Deaf news in BSL from Remark: New episode of The Hub | Cornwall Deaf Centre to re-open | Deaf prisoner sues

Posted on August 24, 2012

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New episode of The Hub out this week!
On Monday 20th August, the next Hub programme will be arriving on your screens

35 Young Deaf People Meet From Around the World
Imagine 35 young Deaf people from all over the world coming together in one place to share stories and exchange cultural views? This is exactly what happened last week at St John’s School for the Deaf in Boston Spa near Wetherby.

Real Estate Director set to cycle length of UK to raise money for Deaf Children
Starting on August 28, the Managing Director of real estate business Dummonds, John Grimes, will embark on a twelve day cycle ride to raise money for the National Deaf Children’s Society.

Cornwall Deaf Centre Set to Re-Open
The Cornwall Deaf Centre in Camborne will re-open next month, after being closed for nearly a year.

Fundraising for World Deaf Golf Championships
Martin Anderson of Pocklington is no stranger to being a sporting ambassador for his country. He has just been named as the playing captain of the English Deaf Golf Association for the fourth year running and will be travelling to Japan in October to compete in the World Deaf Golfing Championships.

US Deaf Prisoner sues over lack of videophone
US Deaf prisoner, Larry Berke – sentenced to 24 months in prison for mail fraud – is suing the Federal Bureau of Prisons over his assignment to a prison that he claims is not equipped to service the needs of a Deaf person.

Deaf Man aims to be the first to sail around the world
Renowned sportsman [sailing and golf] and Teacher of the Deaf, Gerry Hughes, will be embarking on a solo non-stop round the world sailing voyage.

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