Louth’s Sense DeafBlind Awareness Week

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LOUTH’S Sense Group are marking the organisations annual DeafBlind Awareness week with a special market stall and organised walk through Hubbards Hills.

Sense holds this week each year to raise awareness of congenital and acquired Deafblindness and also to let the public know who Sense is and what they do.

They will be holding a market stall in Louth on Saturday 2 July followed on Sunday 3 July with an organised walk through Hubbards Hills for their DeafBlind people, staff, friends and family.

The site located on Monks Dyke Road in Louth, offers an individualised service for deafblind people with associated difficulties aged 18 and over who may need additional support with learning or physical disabilities.

Anyone who would like to know more information about the Louth Sense group or would like to make a donation please contact Kelly Abel on: 01507 609332.