Open Doors – Oxford Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre is OPEN!
On Saturday 10th September, the Oxford Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre will be opening its doors from 10am-4pm as part of the annual Oxford Open Doors event.
Everyone is invited to come along and learn about the unique history of this building, including the Grade II Listed “Tudor Cottage” and the beautiful stained glass window in the chapel of St. John the Evangelist, representing the Healing of a Deaf Man (Mark 7:31 – The Ephphatha Story). Volunteers will provide short tours of the Centre to those who come along.
If you are unable to attend on the day, you can find out more about the history of the Centre by visiting Deaf Direct’s website. Deaf Direct is your local, deaf-led charity supporting people with hearing loss and runs the Oxford Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre. Visit www.deafdirect.org.uk to view our three dedicated webpages, which will guide you through 800 years of the Centre’s history.
For more information please contact Deaf Direct on 01905 746 301 and we hope you will be able to be part of this very special event.