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1991 – 1993 Bexley Deaf Centre Club for Young People at Bexley Village

Bexley Deaf Centre Club in 1991 by Bexley Deaf Centre (Mrs Voce and Mr Gibbons). It was originally called Bexley Young Deaf Club and was based at Vicarage Road in Bexley. It’s aim was to promote young deaf people who line in Bexley borough to come along and join the club.

1993 – 1994 Crayford Day Centre at Crayford

In 1994 the club at Bexley Deaf Centre was expanding with a large number of young deaf people using the club, the hall that they were using was too small for their needs. However, the club moved to a reasonable size building to use for social activities at Crayford Day Centre in Crayford meeting every other Friday evening. The membership continued to increase as more deaf people to join the club. The committee decided that it needed to provide a better place where more deaf people of all ages could meet.

1994 – now Whitehall Day Cantre at Slade Green

In 1994, the club moved to Whitehall Day Centre in Slade Green, which can hold of up to 120 people at the main hall and has medium size car park. The main club aim to provide a number of social events, sports, bingo, Quiz’s and educational talks. The club has licensed bar.

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