As part of the European Heritage Open Days 2021, there will be BSL and ISL interpreted tours at Carrickfergus Castle and Dunluce Castle on Saturday 11th, and Sunday 12th, September. Yes, this weekend!
Come along and join DRP Scotland’s Workshop for parents in Scotland.
This workshop, aimed specifically for parents of Deaf young people, will provide you with the opportunity to meet young Deaf role models and ask them questions about their experiences of education and transitioning from school to college and university.
On 24th February 2021, Mark Isherwood, MS for North Wales introduced a motion to the Senedd – the Welsh Parliament. This was for a ‘Member’s Legislative Proposal for a British Sign Language Bill for Wales’.
BDA Scotland’s Deaf People Makes Glasgow BSL Trails Project explores Glasgow’s buildings and historical identify within the Deaf community. It is a fantastic opportunity for Deaf young people to learn about the buildings in Glasgow related to Deaf history.
Get on your bike – or tandem, scooter, rollerskates – and join the free My Prudential RideLondon event. Why not support the British Deaf Association by choosing to fundraise for us?
BDA NI presents Live Gardening on Zoom with Carrie Fisher: