The Doncaster Stammering Association

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The Doncaster Stammering Association's 'Big Night Out', with Bob Adams (kneeling right) next to magician Tom (Feb '24)

An in-person and online self-help group for people aged 18+ who stammer, or anyone interesting in finding out more about stammering.

Organiser Bob says, "We have been active for over 25 years and everyone is very warm, friendly and supportive. Our ethos focuses on good communication, not the ability to speak without stammering. 

'We explore body language, transformational speaking, peer support and lots more. We also do lots of awareness raising, hold social events, oh, and we often end up in tears…tears of laughter!

'We also welcome our Zoom friends from around the UK and the globe on Zoom. Anyone interested in finding out about stammering is welcome too including parents, teachers, employers, speech and language therapy students, etc.

'So, join us in person or on Zoom for an evening of good company, good conversation, plenty of laughs and some nice coffee."

More details

Meetings are held every other Tuesday from 6:30pm to 8pm at The Point in Doncaster (DN1 2DR) and online via Zoom. 

If you'd like to be part of it, email Bob at or phone: 07944550540.

Check out the Doncaster Stammering Association Facebook page for full details and dates. The group is happy to meet potential members outside of meetings to discuss things.

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