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Deaf Club World of Glass Trip

Outreach Worker Amie Johnson has become a Culture Guide with The Voluntary Arts Service, working very closely with Gary Conley of St Helens Council Arts Service, as part of her role as Culture Guide Amie will aim to motivate and inspire others by organising visits to professional art venues, including theatres, art exhibitions, concerts, performances, culture, heritage, museums etc. and identify barriers to public involvement and develop appropriate Solutions. On Wed 19th August Amie supported a profoundly Deaf group to access the World Of Glass tour in St Helens with BSL Interpreter Neil Morris.




Fundraising- Colour Obstacle Rush 5km


Please sponsor us!!! Colour Obstacle Rush 5km

A team of 5 staff will be running, walking, sliding, climbing, stumbling and laughing their way along a 5km obstacle course at Aintree Racecourse, whilst simultaneously getting pelted with coloured dye…all to raise money for the DRC.

All donations very gratefully received, and every penny goes towards our mission to challenge inequalities, advocate best practise and enable greater participation for deaf people across St Helens, Halton and beyond. Thank you x

Event date: 26-September-2015 11:00 –
26-September-2015 13:00

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Widnes Vikings Schoolboys

Massive Thank you for Widnes Vikings Schoolboys for making us their chosen Charity ­čÖé

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Treasurer needed

Are you the one?


  • Do you have a couple of hours to spare each month?

  • Do you have accounting experience (on any scale)?

  • Would you like to support a well managed local charity?


The Deafness Resource Centre in St Helens is looking to recruit a new Treasurer, as our existing Treasurer is retiring after holding the position for more than 10 years. The role requires attendance at bi-monthly management committee meetings and occasional visits to the centre to oversee the accounting processes. A full induction into the role will be provided and any identified development needs will be addressed. A detailed role description is available on request.

To find out more contact Helen Fitzgerald (Chief Officer) on 01744 23887. E mail



Dementia Training

There are 750,000 people with dementia in the UK. By 2021 there will be over 940,000 people living with dementia and this will soar to 1.7 million by 2050.

One in three people over 65 will die with dementia. More than 60 per cent of all care home residents, aged over 65, have a form of dementia. There are over 16,000 people under 65 with dementia in the UK.

These are not just statistics; they represent millions of families with loved ones who require special care, both at home and in nursing homes.

Dementia is a constant learning curve, Home Instead Senior Care will facilitate training

at the DRC on:

Monday 9th Feb 1.00pm-4.00pm

Contact to book your place now



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