Manchester Deaf Centre is situated on the corner of the crossroads of Booth St East and Oxford Road. The nearest train station is Oxford Road and the nearest Metrolink stop is St Peter’s Square. There are several buses that stop right outside MDC on Oxford Road. You can look for more travel information here.
The entrance to MDC is via Booth St East (central and west entrance). Please look for signs directing you to Crawford House and Manchester Deaf Centre.
Unfortunately, we are unable to support with this. If you are a Manchester resident, please contact Manchester City Council and they will be able to assist you:
SMS Text: 07860-003-160
Yes, our building is fully wheelchair accessible. There is ground floor access to the main reception and a lift inside the building to access the first floor.
Yes, we deliver fully accredited BSL courses for Levels 1, 2 and 3. Our courses are accredited by Signature and taught by fully qualified teachers. You can read more here.
The Sensory Service is based in the same building however MDC is not affiliated with MCC Sensory Service in any way. If you would like to contact MCC Sensory Service you can contact them directly here:
SMS Text: 07860-003-160
Referrals can be done via the Contact Centre in BSL via SignVideo app, or via www.manchester.go.uk ; email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by Relay UK via operator to 0161 234 5001, or they can directly minicom/textphone to 0161 274 4655 (then option 2)
The nearest car park is the Aquatics Centre NCP on Booth St East. It is approximately a 2-minute walk away. Please note this is not suitable for larger vehicles such as transit vans or HGV’s.
Yes. There are limited parking spaces outside the building on Booth St East. Please note you must have a Blue Badge on display to park here.
Please contact MDC’s manager John Hesketh if you would have any queries linked to work experience placements.
Yes. You can see the fees in the Terms and Conditions section of the Interpreter booking page.
Yes. We have several different services available for children and young people. You can learn about them here.
Yes. If you would like support in applying for ATW, you can contact our support team at email@example.com or alternatively book an appointment with one of our specialist employment advisors here. Please note if you have an ATW budget we can also help you to book an Interpreter.
We have a variety of services that may be appropriate. You can learn about our Wellbeing Support and Advocacy Serviceshere. Alternatively, you may feel our 50+ Groupwould be suitable. If you can’t find what you are looking for please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to know more about
any of our services, please get in touch.
Manchester Deaf Centre,
Booth Street East,
MONDAY - FRIDAY
09:00 – 17:00
0161 273 3415
Registered Charity Number: 1110373