Goodricke Appeal Fund

For Deaf Children and Young People in North Yorkshire

John Goodricke

About Goodricke

The fund (named after John Goodricke) is a registered charity, which was established in 1983. Its purpose is to raise money to provide hearing impaired children and young people with the latest technology to support their communication and development.

John Goodricke who was deaf and a native York became a Fellow of the Royal Society for his pioneering work in astronomy in 1785.

Mr Andrew Coatesworth
The Goodricke Appeal Fund
(Equipment committee)
The ENT Department 
York District Hospital
Wiggington Road


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