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Sensory Garden opening- In Memory of Christine Clark

The opening of our new sensory garden in memory of the lovely Christine Clark, wife of our Chairman Ernie. Gone but never forgotten, always in our hearts, with thanks to St Helens Rotary for their funding and continued support.


90th AGM Celebrations

I’ll sing to you by Casey Breves performed in BSL as I’ll sign to you by DRC staff

90th Celebrations- Free Art Workshops

As part of Deafness Resource Centre’s 90th birthday celebrations, we are working in partnership with Heart of Glass to provide fully accessible Art workshops with artists Katie and Alex.

Workshops are FREE, will be held at DRC and will take place on the following:

Monday 6th August 9.30am – 12pm- This session was a huge success, please see photo gallery below 🙂 Thank you Katie, Alex and the Deaf Community!!!

Wednesday 15th August 1.30pm – 4pm

Wednesday 22nd August 10am – 12.30pm

Wednesday 29th August 1.30pm – 4pm

*Discuss and share ideas* Create art* Learn to express your ideas* Tea, coffee and snacks provided

For more information please contact:






Toughmudder Challenge

Our Outreach Worker Amie will be bravely taking on ToughMudder to raise funds for Deafness Resource Centre on Saturday 11th August!

5k, 10 epic obstacles, please sponsor her HERE


For more info in ToughMudder, click HERE, if you would like to take on a challenge or fund raise in aid of Deafness Resource Centre, Please contact

New Partnerships!!

The Deafness Resource Centre in partnership with Vision Support, have been awarded a three year contract to provide sensory services in the Halton Borough. The contract with Halton Borough Council will commence on 1st July 2018.

This is an exciting opportunity for the two partners, supported by Halton Council, to develop a fully integrated sensory service geared to meeting the diverse needs of people with sensory loss. Staff from Vision Support and the Deafness Resource Centre will be joined by Rehabilitation Officers currently working within the council, to form one sensory team who will be co-located in accessible premises within the Borough. Work is currently taking place to secure suitable premises, hopefully we will be able to share the good news soon.

The integrated service will be known as Halton Sensory Services and will provide the following:

  • Streamlined access to support, information and advice on all aspects of sensory loss in one place, one contact number, mail and website
  • Specialist 1:1 support and assessment of need
  • Drop in facilities
  • Specialist training – Sensory Awareness, British Sign Language, IT, Braille
  • Outreach Mobile Unit to reach more isolated residents

We will post new developments as they happen, in the meantime any comments, ideas or suggestions are welcome.

Contact Helen Fitzgerald on 01744 23887 or email:


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