Transcript of "Deaf plus carer event bvsc 5th feb 2014"
DROP IN FOR CARERS
WEDNESDAY 5TH FEBURARY 2014
BVSC, 138 DIGBETH, BIRMINGHAM, B5 6DR
MEET US IN THE DOUGLAS SUITE AT 10AM TO 12PM OR IN THE MEZZAINE SUITE AT 12PM
ARE YOU A DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING CARER LIVING IN BIRMINGHAM?
ARE YOU A HEARING PERSON LOOKING AFTER (CARER) FOR A DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING PERSON
LIVING IN BIRMINGHAM?
Yes, I am a
What is it?
Olivier Jamin, Health and
Wellbeing Officer, would
like to invite you to join
us for a chat with tea,
coffee and tasty cakes
ANY OTHER COMMUNICATION SUPPORT YOU NEED? PLEASE CONTACT OLIVIER JAMIN
VOICE TO TEXTPHONE
(0121) 678 88 50
18002 (0121) 678 88 50
(0121) 643 45 41
deafPLUS is the working name of Breakthrough DeafHearing Integration, a company limited by Guarantee.
Registered Company number: 3680467. Registered
Charity number: 1073468
Location: deafPLUS, BVSC, 138 Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 6DR
Our office is very close to Bullring Shopping Mall
and St Martin’s Church. Less than 5 mins walk from
Shopping mall and St Martin’s Church to BVSC
Nearest station is Moor Street, if you are exiting from the station
this would take few minutes walk to BVSC.
The main station is Birmingham New Street. If you are
exiting from the station, you will need to walk to Bullring
Shopping Mall then find us at BVSC
A comprehensive motorway network system including the
M5, M6, M40 and M42 links Birmingham with the rest of the
country. Drivers should follow signs to
Birmingham City Centre.
There is a fee-paying car park at Meridian Street –
all day £2.20 per day, or Oxford Street - all day parking available
at £2.50 per day. There are several public car parks close by, as
well as fee-paying on-street parking. Three disabled car parking spaces at the back of BVSC building on Well Lane via Alison Street.
There are plenty buses from Birmingham area and West Midlands to the city centre.
Rail Works & Travel – Please Note
We suggest you check the situation before travelling and allow additional time for your journey if rail work is planned.
Please contact National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950 for information on engineering works as close to travel as possible and Network Rail Helpline
on 08457 114141 for information about Birmingham New Street. National Rail Enquiries website www.nationalrail.co.uk
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