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

Our volunteers mean everything to us. Without their dedication & generosity we would not be able to provide as many of the invaluable services that we do.

Our volunteers help hundreds of people every year in West Norfolk in so many varied ways...

If you would like to make a difference to peoples lives, gain new skills, meet new people, and enjoy the feeling that helping others gives, get in touch today.

Whether you can donate an hour or a day of your time, you will be an integral part of a vibrant, enthusiastic, friendly team that is deeply appreciated.

WNDA-Volunteer helping out at our No 8 The Old Bookshop
WNDA-Volunteer dishing out cakes & coffees at one of our social groups
WNDA-Fundraising-Service user carrying donation bucket standing next to an event mascot
WNDA-Service user enjoying baking, guided by a professional during a special event
WNDA-Group-Breakout club attendee swinging on a zip line with one of our volunteers

And much, much more...


Hearing Aid Servicing

Social Groups




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WNDA-Events-Hearing Support volunteers refresher day

Hearing Support Volunteer refresher training

It has been so lovely to invite our hearing support volunteers back to the centre for some top-up training and lunch with Anna and Chris.

We pride ourselves on the high quality, invaluable support we provide to our community, so these training sessions really enable us to ensure we're providing the best possible support to those in need. And with our support services & social groups returning, our volunteers really are vital to us - Without them we wouldn't be able to provide many of the invaluable services we offer.

Thank you to our volunteers!

Volunteer Lynette helping us stock shelves at our bookshop & hearing support centre, No 8 The Old bookshop, in Downham Market


No8 The Old Bookshop volunteer

"I feel privileged to be a part of the No8 bookshop team. It's a great place to volunteer, always interesting, meeting lots of lovely customers and being a part of a supportive team, under Sarah's inspirational guidance."

Our wonderful volunteers Colin & Doreen manning our exhibition stand in Tesco Hardwick, as part of their annual Deaf Week event. Tesco also very kindly donated £250 to help support our invaluable services.
Many thanks to Colin, Doreen & all our dedicated volunteers - We couldn't support our community without them!

Volunteer Yve raising funds for WNDA
Yve's fundraising walk - Route map. 62 miles in 24 hours, along the North Norfolk Coast

Fundraising event - Yve walks for WNDA

4th February 2022*

24 hour hike - Fundraising taken to the next level

Our wonderful volunteer & champion Yve is took on her biggest challenge yet in a bid to raise funds for & raise awareness of our vital charity.

Deaf Week - Tesco - Volunteers Colin & Doreen man the WNDA stand at the local Tesco superstore

Deaf Week September 2021 - Tesco Hardwick

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