Deaf Services

Deaf Services


Due to loss of funding the Deaf Project, which started in 1996, has now become Deaf Services.

The services we provide are as follows:

A monthly Advocacy Advice Drop in held on a Monday from 9am until 12pm.

A monthly Advocacy meeting held on a Thursday for BSL Users from 10.30am to 12 pm.

Facilitating a monthly Advice Drop In for CAB Enfield held on a Tuesday from 9am to 1pm.

All of the above are held at Community House.

We provide advocacy on a variety of life issues for people who are:


  • Profoundly deaf
  • Deaf/blind,
  • Deafened,
  • Hard of Hearing
  • Deaf Carers.


We support Enfield Deaf Image Group (ENDIG), this is a Voluntary Group which is run for and by Deaf People who help campaign on the Deaf Communities behalf on any matter arising. In Partnership with Enfield Deaf Image Group we also promote and deliver Deaf Awareness Training to service providers.



To access the Deaf Project ONLY you can call directly on 020 8373 6237, SMS on 07919 247 843 or Email:

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Ultra Low Emission Zone

ULEZ is coming

To help improve air quality, an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will be in place in central London from 8 April 2019. Most vehicles including cars and vans will need to meet new, tighter exhaust emission standards (ULEZ standards) or pay a daily charge to travel within the area of the ULEZ.

From 25 October 2021, the ULEZ area will be expanded to include the inner London area bounded by the North and South Circular Roads.

Vehicle and postcode checks are available here.

BSL signed details here

Great news!

Enfield Council website now has information in British Sign Language (BSL) about many of their services. BSL has been provided by Enfield Deaf Image Group members who are all voluntary.
EDA’s Deaf Services is proud to have worked with Enfield Council to achieve this.
Go to and click on the red bar at the top where it says BSL

Report a hate crime via BSL
Stop Hate UK Logo

You can now Report a Hate Crime or contact the Hate Crime Helpline via a BSL Interpreter on the Hate Crime UK website. Just click and follow the instructions to get access to this service.

Upcoming Deaf Services/BSL events

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Come to ENDIG’s NATIONAL HATE CRIME AWARENESS WEEK event to talk about hate crime,reporting & the impact on the Deaf community, Monday 14th October 10.30 am-12.30pm Community House. North Area BCU Police officers & staff will also be attending & BSL interpreters also.

Hand in Hand Drop in

For adults living in Enfield who feel isolated due to their disability or health condition and who want to socialise, come and meet new friends and also get support, advice and information. Contact or    

Learning Braille – My Story

A special event was held for Enfield resident, Rajeswari Gopalakrishnan, so that she could tell her story about learning Braille. Rajeswari is not only blind she is also profoundly Deaf, so to teach her Braille was not an easy task. Enfield Disability Action’s Deaf Project in partnership with Enfield Vision provided weekly lessons to help Rajeswari achieve her ambition.  The Deaf Project successfully applied for…

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Should hearing children learn sign language?

15 March 2017 Last updated at 00:36 GMT British Sign Language is not on the national curriculum in England but Wayne Barrow wants to change that, with an online petition. He grew up with deaf parents and says he has seen the difficulties they face communicating with hearing people. We met some school pupils who are learning to sign and learning alongside deaf children….

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Encouraging Deaf/Blind people to try learning Braille

Last year a Deaf/Blind lady approached Social Services to request information on how she could learn Braille, she thought this would give her another form of communication and perhaps help in her day to day life. Social Services said they were unable to help and e-mailed Enfield Vision to see if they could assist this lady, Enfield Vision then contacted EDA for help as this…

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Enfield Independent Article

Local newspaper has read EDA’s impact report concerning the withdrawal of Supporting People funding to EDA’s Deaf Project Service. Please see the Enfield Independent article that is available in the link  click here

EDA launches Impact Report On Cuts To Services For The Deaf

The project has been running since 1996 has has achieved so much for Enfield’s Deaf community both nationally and locally, it is a unique service in that staff can communicate in BSL (British Sign Language) and are qualified to give help and advice at point of contact. Any cut to this specialist service may result in the deaf person struggling  to even get access to services…

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We hold regular Deaf Drop Ins for help/advice on a Monday and Wednesday mornings at Community House between 9.30am – 12.30pm Click here to learn more about the Deaf Project, it’s services and activities. —————— Help from Enfield Council for BSL Users is available first Friday of every month from 9am to 3pm at Civic Centre, Enfield. A British Sign Language Interpreter is available to…

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