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Drop-in services for Deaf BSL (British Sign Language) RBKC residents

Date: 23/08/2017

Time: 10am to 1pm

We run a drop in services for Royal Borough Deaf BSL residents:

  • Every Wednesday
  • 10am to 1pm
  • Customer Service Centre, Kensington Town Hall

This service is designed to assist profoundly deaf residents with initial queries or problems and is a way of ensuring that there will be someone here who can communicate in BSL.

A support worker from the Royal Association for Deaf People also assists with these sessions.

To contact RAD:

Tel: 0845 688 2525
Fax: 0845 688 2526
Minicom: 0845 688 2527
SMS: 07851 423866

RAD RBKC TH Drop In Flyer


This event occurs every week on Wednesday until 13 December 2017