Welcome to the Walthew House website
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Walthew House is an independent charity in Stockport that provides practical and emotional support to people who are Blind, Visually Impaired, Deaf, Hard of Hearing or who have Dual Sensory Loss. The charity was founded in 1882 and is named after its founder John Walthew, a former Mayor of Stockport.
On 7th July 2009, Walthew House merged with the Stockport Centre for the Deaf to become one charity
(Registered Charity Number 1167749. Registered Company Number 09306241
If you would like to find out about our upcoming events, please use the options at the top of this website to visit the Get Involved page.
How to find Walthew House
Travelling by car from the A6:
Turn into Greek Street, at the junction by Stockport Town Hall.
At the roundabout take the first exit. Continue along Shaw Heath. At the third set of traffic lights take the right hand lane. Walthew House is on the right after the lights junction, just after Harry Bates plumbers. There is a side road, Holmes Street, and there is a car park at the rear of Walthew House.
Travelling by car from the M60:
Exit at junction 1. (The Pyramid)
Take the second exit at the roundabout. Follow down towards the viaduct and at the roundabout take the third exit onto King Street West. Proceed up the hill.
Go straight on at the roundabout onto Shaw Heath. Go straight on at the junction and Walthew House is on the right, next door to ‘Harry Bates’ plumbers.
Limited parking is available at the rear of Walthew House, subject to availability.
There is local roadside parking, with some residential parking restrictions in force.
Travelling by bus:
Bus services 309, 313 and 374 stop directly outside Walthew House.
Donate to Walthew House
Walthew House's services and activities are dependent on donations from local people and organisations. Donations can be made by credit or debit cards; cheques should be made payable to Walthew House. You can also make a donation securely online using our Wonderful.org page. If you are a tax payer, please don't forget to gift aid your donation.