Welcome to the May issue of ‘What’s New at Walthew.’ Read about what has been happening here at Walthew House
Walthew House is a local charity providing practical and emotional support for people in Stockport living with sight or hearing loss.
The charity was founded in 1882 and is named after its founder John Walthew, a former Mayor of Stockport.
Today, we support 400+ local people each week through our range of services for both adults and young people. We rely on donations and fundraising to support our services.
We are pleased to share our Annual Review, which details our performance and achievements over the last year. This publication
Thank you to everyone who purchased a ticket for this year's Easter Raffle, which was drawn here on Tuesday 4th
We are very fortunate that our friends at Team Nexperia (situated on Pepper Road, Hazel Grove) are busy building a
We held our popular annual blind bowling event on Wednesday 22nd March, at Tenpin Parrs Wood. 17 teams took part
Read about what has been happening here at Walthew House over the last month and what we have coming up.
We are extending an invitation to our wider community to become a Friend of Walthew House. Our charity is funded
We were delighted to be approached by Wigan Athletic Football Club to deliver a deaf awareness training session, including basic
Each month we will be sharing stories about what has been happening here at Walthew House and detailing what we
'The Rags to Riches Story of the Founder of Stockport's Blind Institute' We are very excited to share the news
We were honoured to welcome The Lord-Lieutenant of Greater Manchester, Diane Hawkins, to Walthew House last week, for her first
Back in April 2022, Walthew House, Manchester Deaf Centre and Bolton Deaf Society consulted with our communities on 'What Deaf
Welcome to our October 2022 newsletter - you can read the contents below, or download a copy here. Welcome to
We were delighted to welcome the Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Stockport to Walthew House yesterday, so that they could
We are very excited to announce that we are running a 10-week British Sign Language (BSL) course here at Walthew
We took a group of our visually impaired service users up to the Three Sisters race circuit in Wigan last
Everyone at Walthew House is saddened by the news of the death of Her Majesty The Queen yesterday. Colour photograph
A huge thank you to both home and away fans who attended the opening game of the 2022/23 football season
Staff and volunteers from Walthew House were invited to take part in this year's Stockport Pride event on Sunday 31st
Cash for Kids is a grant-giving charity, helping children that need it most by supporting local organisations that aim to
Our visually impaired services users were treated to a programme of musical entertainment today at our first Walthew Proms event!
Adult Hearing Services provision in Stockport has been moved from Stepping Hill Hospital to a number of different locations across
Welcome to our May 2022 newsletter - you can read the contents below, or download a copy here. Having been
The 16th June 2022 marked the 200th anniversary of the birth of our charity’s founder, John Walthew, who was Mayor
Walthew House were chosen as the local charity to benefit from fundsraised at the Stockport Beer and Cider Festival that
It’s been over a year since the last Volunteer Newsletter, but I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself
Wherever there is a human need, there is an opportunity for kindness and to make a difference
How you can help...
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Walthew House is open Monday – Thursday between 9:00am and 4:00pm. Our Resource Centre is open Monday – Wednesday between 10:00am and 2:30pm and appointments can be made by contacting 0161 480 2612 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Staff are contactable Monday – Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm.