Group enjoying opulent surroundings at House of Dun sign language interpreter is signing to group members


What is it and who is it for?

A social and information group for people with sight and/or hearing loss in the Broughty Ferry area.

Where and when do you meet?

St Aidan’s Centre, 480 Brook Street, Broughty Ferry, Dundee DD5 2EB monthly on a Tuesday afternoon 1.30pm – 3.30pm.

Tuesday 10th January – IT Support by Ryan

Tuesday 14th February – meet for a coffee

Tuesday 14th March – “The Ferry’s Forgotten Heros and Characters”

Tuesday 11th April-Kaleidoscope of wildlife

Tuesday 9th May- Vision Rugby by Strathmore RFC

Tuesday 16th May -Ladies only Swimming at Lochee swimming Centre (1pm-2pm)

Monday 26th June – Hospital field Garden Visit -Arbroath

Tuesday 11th JulySensory Backpack, Dundee University

Tuesday 8th August- Talk Citizen Advice Bureau

Tuesday 12th September- A Walk Around Dundee board game by Dundee University

Tuesday 10th October-Sensory Equipments by Claire Anthony NESS

Tuesday 14th November- Talk Signal Tower Museum

Tuesday 12th December– Lunch at Ship Inn (12.00pm)

All meetings will be from 1.30pm to 3.30pm,

at St Aidens Centre, Brook Street, Broughty Ferry

What do you do?

Social and information group.

How do I join?

Contact Cilmi Eldho at NESS.

What is the subscription or cost to members?

No cost currently

Who should I contact for more information?

Cilmi Eldho at NESS:


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