Presentation of ‘important’ £2.5k grant to help Weston-super-Mare’s hard of hearing community
PUBLISHED: 13:00 30 January 2017
People in Weston who are deaf or hard of hearing will now have access to more resources to combat any financial or personal problems they may have, thanks to a community grant.
The Quartet Community Foundation has awarded Citizens Advice North Somerset £2,500 which will go towards providing interpreters.
The presentation took place at the monthly communication café at Coffee #1 in High Street.
Derek Boardman told the Mercury it is important those who cannot hear get support in person.
He said: “It is important we get the help in person and this café is a good way for us to mix too as we can talk to each other on a regular basis.”
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