Community Links

Past or Present Employee Sign up to Our LinkedIn

Be loud and proud that you work or have worked with Cue and Review Print Speaking to the Blind add our page as a past employer.

TNF is an umbrella organisation that represents the interests of local Talking Newspapers in the UK.

Sightline Directory 
The directory for services aimed at helping blind or partially sighted people.

Coronavirus: Five ways to look after your mental health

As the impact of coronavirus grows, many of us are finding that our lives and routines have changed dramatically.

Visibility is a charity that works throughout the West of Scotland, delivering a range of services and support to enable people living with visual impairment to live independently within their own communities.

Join the Facebook page and find out all that is going on in our centre.

19 business units in the heart of Bishopbriggs, currently including a gym, beautician, taxi company and recording studios.

The East Dunbartonshire Dementia Network

East Dunbartonshire Dementia Network is a forum that brings together groups, organisations and members of the community committed to improving the lives of people with dementia, their families and carers.

Mental Health Network (Greater Glasgow)

We are a service-user led charity which acts as a collective advocacy voice for people with a lived experience of mental-ill health and their carers. 

East Dunbartonshire Voluntary Action

East Dunbartonshire Voluntary Action (EDVA) is part of the umbrella organisation Voluntary Action Scotland (VAS) and a member of the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO)

OPAL: East Dunbartonshire Information Line.

OPAL is a free information and advice service for all adults (16+) in East Dunbartonshire. It is a single point of contact for anyone that might need additional care or support and is an additional route to independent advocacy.

Breathing Space - Open Up When your Feeling Down

Sometimes our thoughts and feelings can overwhelm us. It helps to get some Breathing Space. Pick up the phone - we're here to listen.

Scottish Autism

Scottish Autism is an organisation dedicated to enabling autistic people to lead happy,wealthy and fulfilling lives.

Claire Miller Author and Audio Ambassador

Claire Miller is the published author of three books Pure Human City, I Can Create Stories and I Can Create Stories (Story Edition) . Claire has many stories competing for her attention and she plans to write them all.

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Gordon Stevenson Honorary President, Mark Hutton Chairman, Jim Campbell, Amy Ogungbemi, Ronnie Whiteside, Konrad Stroak 
Alastair C. McPhee (Managing Editor), Morag Mackay (Operations Director)

Cue & Review Recording Service Limited is a company limited by guarantee without share capital.

Scottish Charity No: SC018016  Company No: 129748. 

Registered Office: 18 Crowhill Road, Bishopbriggs, Glasgow G64 1QY.

Cue and Review Recording Service’s subsidiary Deanwood Ltd is the sole owner of the Bishopbriggs Media Centre profits are covenanted back to the charity

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