Hearing Dogs for Deaf People opened The Grange Restaurant in Spring 2018, designed with accessibility and acoustics in mind, as well as being family and dog-friendly.
The Grange Restaurant offers a wide menu of healthy and delicious food and drinks, all freshly prepared by our team of chefs and inspired by the season.
Guests can sit-back and enjoy breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea available throughout the week, stop by for a refreshing coffee and snack, or linger over a Sunday roast – all at affordable prices.
We aim to offer an enriching experience for everyone – where all our customers arrive feeling welcome and leave us feeling happy, whether they visit the Restaurant to enjoy our mouth-watering menu or pop by for a refreshing drink and a walk with their dog in the beautiful Chiltern Hills.
The Grange Restaurant enables us to open our charity, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People up to the wider public. In turn, this creates an excellent opportunity to raise awareness of the impact of our work supporting those living with hearing loss and deafness, and opens wider conversations about the importance of managing your hearing well.
Volunteer at The Grange!
Did you know we are always looking for volunteers to help support our front of house team? We need people to meet and greet customers, serve food and drinks, clear tables and talk to guests about our wonderful charity.
Training and support is offered to all our volunteers, and we also offer a delicious 20% discount from meals at The Grange Restaurant. You can find out more about this role, current vacancies & how to apply on the Hearing Dogs website. You must be 18 years or older to apply, although we also have Duke of Edinburgh Scheme opportunities available.
Every penny supports our life-changing work
Customers can take pleasure in knowing that their visit to our restaurant can support our charity mission, helping deaf people leave loneliness behind and reconnect with life.
About Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
In a nutshell, we train clever dogs to help deaf people. We train dogs to alert deaf people to sounds they would otherwise miss – simple sounds that many people take for granted like the doorbell, alarm clock and even danger signals like the fire alarm. Being aware of these – thanks to a hearing dog – makes a real difference to deaf people’s lives.
Hearing dogs help deaf people reconnect with life
But our clever canines do so much more than alert their recipient to sounds. Deafness can be a very isolating disability. A hearing dog can give a deaf person a newfound sense of independence and confidence now they have a loyal companion and a true friend by their side.
About Hearing Link Services
Hearing Link Services support people with hearing loss, their families and friends. We understand that hearing loss affects far more than your ability to hear. The consequences can impact on every part of life: Relationships, status at work, confidence and self-esteem.
Through shared experiences, practical support and guidance from people who live with hearing loss themselves, we can help others reconnect and embrace life, whatever their level of hearing.