We use displays from Discount Displays and have been very pleased with the products and service. To see their range visit:http://www.discountdisplays.co.uk
If you’re looking for a counsellor, try this website: www.counselling-directory.org.uk. This directory lists counsellors who use BSL – put BSL in the search box. Each counsellor lists the lanuages they use – including BSL.
To find information on the London Diocese visit
To contact parish churches with BSL signing:
There is more information on each of these churches in the signed services section
For St Barnabas Church, Woodside Park, N12 – www.stbarnabas.co.uk
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To contact the Roman Catholic Diocese of Westminster Deaf Service:
See the information on the website and follow the links to contact the Deaf Service http://www.rcdow.org.uk/deafservice
To contact other Churches in central London that offer interpreted services:
For Kensington Temple:
For Westminster Chapel:
To contact other Churches with Deaf groups:
Ruislip Baptist Church and the Hand in Hand group. list of dates/servicesRBC
Other organisations that may be of interest:
For information about the Christian faith:
For information about using BSL in Christian settings see the Signs of God website:
For information about Christian Deaf Link and their new Go! Sign! see their website:
For information of Deaf/ Christian events around the UK, see:
For a collection of BSL signs and sign phrases being used in the Deaf Community, see:
To contact RAD:
RAD Head Office, 18 Westside Centre, London Road, Stanway, Colchester, Essex CO3 8PH, United Kingdom
Tel: 0845 688 2525 — Fax: 0845 688 2526 — Minicom: 0845 688 2527
To contact DeafPlus:
DeafPlus office, First Floor, Trinity Centre, Key Close, Whitechapel, London, E1 4HG
020 7790 6147 (main number including fundraising)
020 7790 9269 (fax)
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To test your hearing with Action on Hearing Loss
Worried about your hearing?
Action on Hearing Loss is the largest charity in the UK helping people with hearing loss. They used to be called the Royal National Institute for Deaf people but they changed their name in June last year.
They provide friendly advice and support for people with hearing loss, and also have a hearing check which you can do online or over the phone if you are worried about your hearing.
The online check can be found by visiting www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk/hearingcheck
If you would prefer to check your hearing over the phone, just call 0844 800 3838. The check will tell you if you might have hearing loss, and give you advice on what to do next.
If you want to chat to one of the helpline team at Action on Hearing Loss about your hearing, they can be contacted on 0800 808 0123 between 9am and 5pm on weekdays