Our Groups


Weekly Timetable

Manchester Deaf Centre have a variety of regular services and groups. Please see our weekly timetable for times and days. Monday Employment and Advocacy - Meeting Room 1 09:00 - 17:00 Well-being Group - Lounge 10:00 - 12:00 BSL Level 2 - James Herriot Small Hall 16:00 -

Well Being Support Groups

Our Well-being Group focuses on promoting positive mental well-being and offers a place where D/deaf people can come to share experiences and talk about their lives. The group was established to help service users improve self-confidence and try new activities that can support positive well-being

Children and Young People Service

Welcome to the Children and Young Peoples Services at Manchester Deaf Centre. We work with children and young people up to 25yrs (with the exception of up to 30yrs for those who need additional support). We welcome Deaf, Hard of hearing and Deafblind children and young people to join in our varied

50+ Group

The 50+ are a diverse group who meet at Manchester Deaf Centre every week to socialise, enjoy refreshments and play bingo for cash prizes. With close to 100 members, the 50+ Group is a great opportunity for older members of the deaf community to get together on a regular basis. When? Day: Every

Social Bar

The Manchester Deaf Centre has a relaxed lounge and bar, offering a range of hot and cold drinks and light snacks. The space is informal and is an ideal city centre location for catching up with friends. Watch this space for future announcements about our new opening hours! For further

Sign Choir

Fingers United are an inclusive and diverse group who translate and perform songs from all genres and eras in British Sign Language. FUN is a performance choir, which means there is lots of dancing involved! FUN’s primary aims are for the audience to enjoy the performance, to translate songs as

Tinnitus Support Group

Living with tinnitus can be a daily struggle for sufferers and often that struggle can only be truly understood by fellow sufferers. For that reason, Manchester Deaf Centre facilitates a Tinnitus Support Group. The group is organised and run by volunteers who also suffer from tinnitus and hearing