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Kirklees Deaf Children's Society

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  1. The group provides support for families with deaf or hard of hearing children and young adults. It is run by a group of parents with deaf children who support each other and families with deaf children.
    We provide events for children and families throughout Kirklees.


Contacts

Jane Fenton


18 Mearhouse Terrace
Jackson Bridge Holmfirth HD9 7HD

01484 681329
07928 362591

Organisation last updated

  1. 25 August 2016

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History

  1. This group was re-launched in 2008 and is helping families with deaf children all across Kirklees

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