About the group

A small support group facilitated by a local Hearing Therapist, for anyone experiencing tinnitus to share their ideas and ways of coping with other local people, with speakers from a wide range of therapies and professions, providing information about tinnitus and hearing health, advice, and more importantly, a safe space to talk.

Additionally, the group has achieved the BTA Gold Standard for Support Groups

Where the group meets

West Norfolk Deaf Association
32b Railway Road
King's Lynn
Norfolk
PE30 1NF

The venue is completely accessible with automatic push button doors and a lift. 

Parking is available a short walk away from the building, and the Bus Garage is next to the building. The railway station is a short walk away and there are taxis at the station if you are unable to walk.  

When the group meets

2019 Meetings

Second Monday of the month at 2pm, beginning in February: 

  • 11 February - Nutrition & Health Coach Adrian Eden talks about healthy living, reducing stress and coping with Tinnitus 
  • 11 March - Support Group General Meeting; advice, information and support to help us cope better with Tinnitus
  • 08 April 
  • 13 May
  • There will be no June meeting
  • 15 July - 2-4pm with a guest speaker from 2:30-3:30pm
  • 12 August - Anna will be sharing the BTA's Tinnitus Treatment list and information about their Tinnitus Expo; there will also be space and time to talk with and get support from others
  • 14 October - a group discussion

2018 Meetings

On the following dates, 2:30-4:30pm

  • First meeting: Monday 14 May 2018
  • 11 June
  • 09 July
  • 13 August
  • 10 September - Guest speaker: Julie Sims, Hearing Therapist
  • 12 November - This meeting will feature a guest speaker. 

How to find out more

No need to confirm your attendance, you are welcome to show up on the day. If you need more information please contact the BTA on 0800 018 0527 or [email protected] 

Additional information

A small voluntary donation would be welcomed to contribute to the room hire and refreshments. All rooms have loop systems and there is access to interpreters on request. The building also has accessible unisex toilets.