Warrington & District Society for Deaf People was formed in 1885 serving the needs of Deaf and hard-of-hearing people in Warrington and surrounding districts. We are a voluntary non profit making organisation and rely on fundraising and donations to enhance the lives of Deaf people. Our volunteers are both Deaf and hearing people who work endlessly to support our Centre.
The Centre helps to meet the needs of those who are disadvantaged in society, it improves life within the community as it provides a high quality accessible Centre to Deaf, hard of hearing and hearing people through appropriate communication. Activities such as bingo, card making, computer courses, healthy eating, over 50's club, youth groups, Sign Choir, sports competitions and socialising take place at our Centre. We also hold training activities, such as BSL classes, monthly Deaf Café and have a designated Equipment Aids Room in partnership with Warrington Borough Council.
Peter Morley, Chairman with Dave Thompson, CEO of Warrington Disability Partnership with members of our BSL Signing Choir
Equipment Aids Room provided by
Warrington Borough Council
Office: Monday - Thursday 8.30am-4.00pm
Social Club: Wednesday afternoons 12 noon to 4 pm & evenings 7 pm to 11 pm
Friday evenings 7 pm to 11 pm
All other dates by arrangement (see Events page)