Although unassuming from the outside, a visit inside the Oxford Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre reveals a building steeped in history, reaching back to the 13th century. The Centre provides services, support and representation for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities in the area, while providing hire opportunities for yoga sessions, art classes, training courses, business meetings, support groups, music performance and festivals.
Equipped with Wi-Fi internet access, a PA loop system, flipcharts, whiteboards, projector, tea/coffee making facilities and a fully licensed bar, there are few events the Centre can’t provide for. We are a 3 minute walk from the city centre, with some on-site car parking, public pay & display car parks and twelve Blue Badge parking spaces, all within a reasonable distance. Bus stops are nearby and Oxford train station is only a 15 minute walk away.
The Centre has disabled access, via a ramp leading into the main hall.