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Travel-Quest is an online directory of holiday accommodation for people with a disability. It includes disabled-accessible hotels, B&Bs, guest houses, and self-catering villas and cottages in the UK, Europe and worldwide. It also has listings of package, activity and special interest holidays, and a list…
If you are over the age of 75 or blind or severely sight-impaired (or if someone you live with is) you may be entitled to a free or discounted TV licence. There are also payment schemes available to help you with the cost. Lines are open…
U and Eye @ Snettisham is a club for the visually impaired. It meets at 2.00pm on the fourth Monday of the month (except Bank Holidays when it meets on the third Monday). Annual membership is £12.00 which includes refreshments and entertainment. Help with transport can…
Vision Express is part of Europe's largest optical retail group 'GrandVision', it currently has over 325 stores across the UK and Ireland.
Our specialist plant nursery and display gardens are set in the unusual D-shaped walled garden of an old Norfolk manor house.  As you walk through the gates, you enter a plant lovers' paradise. The gardens are full of interesting and unusual plants, many of which are…
The Deaf Centre, based in Kings Lynn town centre is easily accessible by car or public transport. Our services include: Hearing Support - providing aftercare services for people with NHS hearing aids in their own home, in residential homes and in doctors surgery clinics in…
West Norfolk Deaf Association (WNDA) hold a coffee morning every Tuesday from 10am to 12noon. This is an opportunity for the Deaf Community to get together for a chat and meet up with friends old and new. We regularly hold presentations covering such topics as…
These clinics are led by the Sensory Support Unit. Come along to have a chat about assistive equipment and what is available to you to help with your heaing loss.  In some cases equipment may also be supplied. The Sensory Support Unit service will be…
This club meets monthly and is a chance to meet and socialise with other people who have a hearing loss. The club will include activities and occasional outings. Come and join us for a chat and a cuppa!
This charity bookshop also houses our Hearing Support Service six days a week.