A huge well done to Terri-Anne Walker and Matthew Wheeler who jointly won our Employee of the Year Award in 2017. Both Matt and Terri-Anne got the same amount of positive feedback during the year - an amazing 21 times! The feedback is from colleagues as well as passed on after feedback from clients and … Continue reading Terri-Anne and Matthew! Our employees of the year!
Cambridge Deaf Club will be on 7pm March 10th, not 17th as previously advertised.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the recent death of John Walsh. His body was found at his home on Tuesday 9th January. He was aged 54. John lived in Cambridge for over 20 years. He was a passionate storyteller with a healthy sense of humour which was often not far from the … Continue reading Cambridge Deaf Man John Walsh Dies
The Stroke Association, a national charity that works to prevent strokes and supports people effected by stroke, came to Peterborough Drop In on Wednesday and gave an informative talk. Hannah gave a presentation to over 40 people and took many questions about how to prevent strokes and living with the effects. The talk was part … Continue reading Stroke Talk in Peterborough gives the facts
Here's the latest edition of the Cambridgeshire Deaf News. We hope you enjoy it. Inside there are all the diary dates for the year ahead and news about whats been happening across Cambridgeshire's Deaf Community. All our previous editions can be found here
2018 is shaping up to be a great year! Click on the link below to see what we've got planned. List of drop-ins, coffee mornings, BSL gatherings, and 50+ clubs.