Welcome to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Group. We are a community of women across London - we welcome all Deaf, hard of hearing and BSL learners. We meet regularly in West Ealing to develop friendship, skills, confidence and independence.
We meet on Wednesday, please contact us for more information and for our programme. New members always welcome!

About Us

The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Women’s Group has been meeting for over 20 years. We meet every week, and this is what we do:

  • Educational
  • Leisure
  • Community
  • Health
  • Skills and learning
  • Arts and creative crafts
  • Other learning opportunities

Our aim is always Inclusion and encouragement. We actively welcome and support the women in all areas of life, of all abilities, faith, age, ethnicities, education, health etc.

Our aim is also to raise Deaf Awareness in our local community, and get involved where we can about Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and disability issues. We work together for the good of the whole community to break down barriers, often caused by ignorance, and develop a culture of inclusion and positive awareness.

Recent Activities

House of Parliament Trip
Kensington Palace Outing
Kew Gardens Fun
Wallace Collection painting


An Ealing Embroidery Display at The Wallace Collection - EalingToday

Deaf and hard of hearing women from Ealing had their artistic creations put on display at a top London gallery.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Women's Group - London Deaf Church

Spent an enjoyable morning at Ealing yesterday with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Women’s Group run by Janine Volossevich. A mixed age and culture group which meets to support and learn from each other.

The Wallace Collection's Community Programme - The Wallace Colection

Works Like People II by artist Tom Ellis is a series of site specific artworks commissioned by national arts charity Paintings in Hospitals, ahead of Tom’s forthcoming show The Middle: Tom Ellis at The Wallace Collection, opening September 2016.

Leader praised for empowering deaf group - GetWestLondon

An Isolated deaf women’s group has praised their leader for empowering them to take part in a unique exhibition at a top museum.

Signing Corner

On the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month at 11am we meet in the café at Marks & Spencer in Ealing Broadway.

Organisations we've worked with