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Chatsworth House Trip

On Monday 17th July, Zebra Access staff and clients enjoyed a trip to Chatsworth House in Bakewell. The weather was thankfully on our side and we had a lovely day exploring the grounds! When we arrived we had a quick cup of tea/coffee and lunch before making our way to the entrance to begin the tour.

Bhuppy, Angela, & Ella enjoying their packed lunch.

The staff were lovely and answered any questions we had, about the history of the house, including the beautiful artwork throughout the house. We were supported by two BSL interpreters, providing access throughout the day, and allowing everyone on the trip to learn and experience the beautiful history of Chatsworth House. We walked throughout the house for 2 hours before making our way to the gift shop to buy some souvenirs to remember the trip! 

Our wonderful BSL interpreters, Rosie and Chelsea.

Roddy playing with the Grand piano.

Time for a group selfie!

We ended the day enjoying some very delicious ice cream and a walk through Chatsworth Gardens, before heading back to Wolverhampton for a much-needed rest.



John and Roddy!!


Our staff enjoying ice cream!

Thank you for having us at Chatsworth House!




With the support of funders such as the National Lottery's Community Fund, BFI, Foundations, Trusts and so on, Zebra Access CIO provides a range of free services and support to Deaf, Deafblind, Hard of Hearing and Deafened people and communities. Zebra Access staff, volunteers have the right to work in a safe and abuse free environment alongside with service users. The organisation will not tolerate any kind of abuse against its staff, volunteers, service users or property.

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