Paul Matthews, 24, of Tonypandy received the set, known as the Sonata, from the charity British Wireless for the Blind Fund (BWBF).
What does BWBF stand for?
BWBF stands for British Wireless for the Blind Fund (Kent, UK registered charity)
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The 66-year-old great grandfather received the player from the charity, British Wireless for the Blind Fund (BWBF).
uk - the website for The British Wireless for the Blind Fund, where you'll also find an internet radio, the Sonata for pounds 404.
Part of the proceeds from the Vintage Communications Fair helps to support the BVWS and the British Wireless for the Blind Fund and Jonathan Hill, a collector of old sets has written a history of the first 20 years of the British Vintage Wireless Society.
British Wireless for the Blind Fund has made Paul Stanier its first regional development manager.
The 34-year-olds, who are registered blind, have each received one of the sets free from the British Wireless for the Blind Fund (BWBF).