Action Deafness, formerly the Leicester & County Mission for the Deaf, is a British Deaf-led registered charity (charitable company limited by guarantee) providing services for the profoundly deaf, hard of hearing and the deafened. The organisation, founded in June 1897 in Leicester, England, headed by chief executive Craig Crowley MBE and is accredited in both ISO9001 Quality Management and ISO27001 Information & Security.
In the early twenty-first century the Mission was awarded four National Lottery grants totalling £549,747.
- The Church Among Deaf People. London. 1997. p. 8. Search this book on
- Records from 1954-85 are held by the Record Office for Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland, mostly concerning bequests by Robert Dudley Parr.
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