Welcome to Walthew House News. For this issue we are focussing on howWalthew House has been responding to the coronavirus
Walthew House works with people and organisations in the community to provide practical and emotional support for people with a sight or hearing loss
The charity was founded in 1882 and is named after its founder John Walthew, a former Mayor of Stockport. On 7th July 2009, Walthew House merged with the Stockport Centre for the Deaf to become one charity.
What's Been Happening
Our second Volunteer newsletter… … And, under much stranger circumstances. Although the current situation is not one any of us
Stockport County FC Bucket Collection As you may already know, we were kindly invited by Stockport County to collect at
As part of our Lottery-funded Making More Happen project, Walthew House recently teamed up with ARC, the creative arts and
Christmas 2019 got off to a very early start at Walthew House with a Christmas card making session in August!
We will be piloting a new one-day course in the autumn - Making the Most of your Hearing – designed
Annual General Meeting Our Annual General Meeting this year will take place on Thursday 20th June. Refreshments will be served
Wherever there is a human need, there is an opportunity for kindness and to make a difference
How you can help...
We require help with a range of activities, if you would like to volunteer your time please get in touch
Come say hello
Walthew House is open for social and activities on Mondays and Tuesdays between 9:30am and 4:00pm. The 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 9:30am – 4:00pm.