Leeds Society For Deaf and Blind People

Leeds Society for Deaf and Blind People is a charity based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England that provides practical services to deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, blind and partially sighted people in the region. The charity has existed since 1866 and is one of the only charities of its kind in the country to provide services to those with both a hearing and/or visual impairment.

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Leeds Society For Deaf And Blind People - History
... In 1866, the Vicar of Leeds, Revd D ... Atley, convened a public meeting to form Leeds United Institution for the Blind and the Deaf and Dumb (later renamed Leeds Incorporated Institution for the Blind and the Deaf and Dumb) ... A public appeal was launched in 1873 by the Mayor of Leeds, Mr H ...

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