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Aberdeen Deaf Club

BSL- Aberdeen Deaf Club

What is it and who is it for?

Independent Club for Deaf people in Aberdeen. British Sign Language (BSL) is used at the club. Hearing people who use BSL and learners are also welcome.

Where and when do you meet?

We meet at NESS in John Street every other Saturday afternoon 1.00 – 5.00pm.


What do you do?

We are a Social Club and we a hold club nights, bingo, a video group, a signing  and singing group, and special events like a Burns supper, Christmas party etc.

How do I join?

Any Deaf person can become a member. Hearing people can become an associate member

What is the subscription or cost to members?

This is under consideration by the members – decision still to be made.

Who should I contact for more information?

Gerry Malley, chairman

or see our Facebook page


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