This year we have organised trips to local leisure centres, archery lessons, water sports, a course of outdoor activities, a trip to the theatre and regular cinema trips for the children. For the families we have had an Easter egg hunt, a Summer fair, day trips to local parks and monthly coffee mornings for all the family with more workshops for the children. We run both our own events and work with others organisations to improve access to current community facilities. We are just about to start running a BSL choir for both children and adults and restart our BSL courses for children and adults.

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Subcommittee meet: coffee and softplay at Jump

January 17 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Our monthly subcommittee meeting and excellent softplay adventures for the children. All deaf family members welcome. Come along and join us at Jump for a coffee while the children have a play, meet other families and let us know what you want from FCDC.

Free for deaf children and their siblings though places must be booked in advance.

Bristol Jump is the largest dedicated indoor soft play centre in England with lots of areas for climbing, exploring and playing. Plenty of huge inflatables, an enormous area just for toddlers and there is an indoor pitch.

For all preschoolers from 2pm, with schoolchildren welcome to join us after school. Jump is restricted to children age 0-12yrs only. All children must be accompanied by a parent or carer.


January 17
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm


22 Concorde Road, Cribbs Causeway, Bristol,
Bristol, Bristol BS34 5TB United Kingdom
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Emma Stevenson


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It is essential that all of our events and activities are enjoyable, welcoming and inclusive to all and we rely on all of our families who attend to ensure this is the case. For all our family events parents will be expected to be responsible for their children at all times to ensure we have a respectful, safe and inclusive environment. If there are any concerns or anyone does not feel this is the case please approach either staff or trustees who will always be available at all events.


If it is your first time attending an event or you don’t know anyone else attending, please let the organisers know and they will link you with another parent as part of our buddy system.


If you are available to work at an event, please email Emma at emma@fcdc.org.uk, stating the event you are interested in.