Author Archives: Kathleen Grehan

Celebrations in Ireland

Yesterday history was made in Ireland. Irish Sign Language (ISL) was finally recognised by law, as legislation was passed which gave it legal recognition as a language. Approximately 5,000 deaf people and around 35,000 others such as friends and family, use ISL to communicate. Legislation received cross-party support, and was met by cheering in the chambers as the […]

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Our friends at ‘Chloe’s and Sophie’s Special Ears Fund’ are hosting their Christmas Fair on Sunday 26th November 2017. Doors are open from 11am till 3pm at Alderwood Leisure Centre, Aldershot. There will be a free Christmas Grotto, BBQ, Cakes and Drinks, Raffle, Face Painting, Christmas shopping, Fun Stalls for children, Tombola and lots more. […]

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Dot interviewed on Radio Woking

  On November 14th Dot Sign Language were invited onto the Interview show on Radio Woking. DJ Tim Mitchell asked Clair from Dot lots of questions about our BSL courses, our Deaf Awareness workplace training, and our visits to school assemblies. We chatted about the differences between BSL and Makaton and Signed English, whether Sign […]

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British Sign Language Resource

New online BSL Resource

When you start learning British Sign Language, where do you go to practice? This newly launched FREE RESOURCE is perfect for anyone who wants a taster of British Sign language, or to compliment a Level 1 course. Please share this link with all your family and friends who are interested in learning how to […]

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Deafinitely Theatre - Contractions

Deafinitely Theatre

Deafinitely Theatre is the UK’s leading deaf theatre company. Established in 2002 by Artistic Director and co-founder, Paula Garfield, it produces bilingual theatre in BSL and spoken English. This means the company’s work can be understood by both deaf and hearing audiences together while retaining BSL as the leading language throughout. Deafinitely’s vision is a world […]

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Festival Fun

Always the Sun returned to Stoke Park and brought a festival promising to champion the wealth of creativity on our doorstep. From music stages hosting the best in breakthrough artists, alternative folk acts, drama workshops and a myriad of street food stands; there was something for everyone. The Imaginarium area was tantalisingly described as a […]

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