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Supporting Deaf people and those with acquired hearing difficulties to live independent lives

WNDA-Children's Services - Young person receiving tennis coaching
WNDA-Groups-Deaf club attendees wearing Union Jack hats for one of our themed events

At WNDA our goal is to support the Deaf community and those with acquired hearing difficulties. We provide a broad variety of social activities, providing opportunities to engage with others facing the same challenges; this will help eliminate any feelings of isolation and help you feel part of a community.

WNDA-Fundraising-Local motorcycle club raising funds for our services
WNDA-Groups-Chat club attendees wearing paper hats as part of our Christmas celebrations
WNDA-Groups-Chat club attendees tending to plants as part of a day out to the garden centre
Social Clubs

Social Clubs & Activities

WNDA-Groups-Coffee morning attendees enjoying a coffee and a chat

Monthly - Second Monday of the month: 10am-12pm

Snettisham Memorial Hall, 13 Old Church Road, Snettisham, PE31 7LX

Image showing members of Hunstanton CHAT club partaking in one of the many activities planned. 4 ladies enjoying flower arranging

Conversation, Hearing Aids & Tea club returns to Hunstanton. Join us for social activities, networking, support & advice with other hearing aid wearers. We're looking forward to seeing you!

Monthly - Last Thursday of the month: 10am-12pm

Town Hall OR Heritage Centre (see poster)

Image showing members of the Downham Market CHAT club enjoying  the annual Christmas lunch at a local restaurant

CHAT Club has returned to Downham! Taking place over two venues, Conversation, Hearing Aids, and Tea social group enjoy lots of varied group activities and loads of laughs! All activities are tailored to those affected by acquired hearing loss.

Monthly - Third Monday of the month: 10am-12pm

Valentine Barker Court, Housing 21, Greenhoe Place, Swaffham, PE37 7EZ

Image of lady taking part in a gentle exercise class, as part of our CHAT club activities

Our social group for those affected by acquired hearing loss is coming to Swaffham! Conversation, refreshments, social activities & support... We can't wait to welcome you!

Weekly - Tuesdays: 10am-12pm

The Deaf Centre, 32 Railway Road, K.L, PE30 1NF

Deaf Coffee Morning Group logo

Come along and join our friendly club... Meet new friends, enjoy refreshments, take part in new activities, and chat in BSL with other Deaf people. We also offer support, advice & maintenance of your hearing aids as well as our Deaf Advocacy services.

Weekly - Tuesdays: 6pm-7pm

Alive St James, Blackfriars Street, K.L, PE30 1NN

Kenny Deaf swim school logo

The UK's FIRST dedicated swim school for Deaf children is now on!

Run by Oli Kenny, Team GB member and Deaf advocate, this swim school is suitable for children aged 5-12 with all levels of hearing loss and all abilities.

**NEW** Deaf Pub Group

Monthly - Fridays: 6pm-12am

The Lattice House, Chapel Street, K.L, PE30 1EG

Deaf Pub Poster - 2024 dates. Poster shows details of our Deaf Pub Club meetings
Image showing attendees of our weekly Deaf Pub Club

Join us for our NEW monthly Deaf pub night!

Suitable for adult BSL users of all levels. Enjoy excellent company and conversation, as well as a pool table, board games, live music, hot & cold food and beverages, all in the centrally located, historic Lattice House

Deaf Club - Saturday Group

Monthly - Second Saturday of the month: 10am-12pm

The Deaf Centre, 32 Railway Road, K.L, PE30 1NF

Members of our Deaf Coffee Morning Group enjoying their annual Christmas meal

Specifically for BSL users for social interaction, activities, information & advice. We also arrange regular trips out, guest speakers and information sessions, all suitable for British Sign Language users

WNDA-Events-Service user stroking goats on a day out to a local animal sanctuary
WNDA-Groups-Chat club service user dancing at one of our events
Members of our Downham Market CHAT Club enjoying their annual Christmas meal at a local restaurant
Deaf Pub attendees
Image of members of our Youth Group Breakout Club, a group designed for children aged 5-12 with any Deafness in the family
Deaf Coffee Morning Group Christmas celebrations - Group shot of all members
Image showing a toddler enjoying the activities at our specially created Sensory & Sign playgroup

At WNDA we know that living with hearing loss can be isolating. The difficulties faced with communication can lead to feelings of loneliness and cause people to become disengaged. Hearing loss is not just about the inability to hear, it is also about the daily struggles a person experiences communicating with those around them, and the impact this has on a persons' wellbeing.

As such, we make it our mission to ensure everyone living with acquired hearing difficulties are given the opportunities and support to live their most independent, fulfilled lives.

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