We will also have face painting* and glitter tattoos* with the fantastic Rainbow Arts Dorset CIC, and a festive ‘Sign-a-Long’ with our award winning sign choir, Significance.
We’re aiming to bring hearing and Deaf families and children together to help breakdown some of the barriers to communication and what better way to introduce families to BSL than to learn a festive song and simple signs, and perform the song TOGETHER!
You’ll have lots of fun while helping Wiltshire and Dorset Deaf Association to raise money to support our work teaching Deaf parents of young pupils to deliver Deaf Awareness & Communication training to local Nursery and Primary Schools in Dorset.
Whilst the Magic Show is free to attend donations are very welcome. Minimum suggested donation: £3 per family.
Thank you to Interpreters Dorset for generously donating their time and resources to support this event.
Please note: BBC South Today will be filming at this event.
Charity Angel Day at Bournemouth Deaf Club – Saturday 6 October 2018
There will be people available on the day to sign for those who are hard of hearing or deaf. This is a special opportunity for those who use sign language to gain access to therapies and readings that otherwise are out of their reach.
The price of each therapy and reading will be £15.
Event organiser, Sarah Haywood from Aspire2bFree, has generously agreed to donate 50% of proceeds from this event to WDDA
Below is a list of those participating:
Claire Brooks from The New Forest Tree of Life, Ferndown – Selling Angel related products
Shirley Battie – Palm Readings and Tarot
Fiona Grant – Angel Card Readings
Joy Dalton – Psychic Mediumship Readings
Shanti Devi – Yoga and healing
Anandi – Yoga and Healing
Madonna – Tarot card readings
Sue Venus – Angel Card Readings
Amber Sibley – Healing on the Light Table
Sara Jane – Indian Head Massage, Reiki
To book a therapy or reading please email firstname.lastname@example.org (please let Sarah know if you require sign support on the day)
The Alternate Routes – ‘Nothing More’ signed by George Raggett
Fancy joining our award winning Signing Choir ‘Significance’ for a ‘Sign-a-Long’ on Sunday 22 July?
We’re aiming to bring the community together to help breakdown some of the barriers to communication and what better way to introduce families to BSL than to learn a song and simple signs, and perform along with the song TOGETHER! You’ll have lots of fun while helping Wiltshire and Dorset Deaf Association to raise money to support our work teaching Deaf parents of young pupils to deliver Deaf Awareness & Communication training to local Nursery and Primary Schools in Dorset.
The song we have chosen is ‘Nothing More’ by The Alternate Routes. To give you a taster, and a chance to have a go at learning to ‘Sign-a-Long’, our very talented Tutor and Trustee George has kindly filmed this video for you. Let us know how you get on, even better – why not post a video clip of you signing to music on our Facebook event page and help encourage others to join us for the big ‘Sign-a-Long’ in Boscombe Chine Gardens on Sunday 22 July! https://www.facebook.com/events/431754227270904/
“we are how we treat each other, and nothing more.”
Wiltshire and Dorset Deaf Association is holding a family friendly fundraising and deaf awareness event ‘Sign for Change’ in Boscombe Chine Gardens (Christchurch Road end) on Sunday 22 July 2018 11am-4pm. We will be hosting a screening of the Oscar winning film ‘The Silent Child’ and introduction to BSL sessions inside the FOBGC Education Centre (next to the basketball court) alongside a vintage style tea party and refreshments throughout the day, a performance from our Signing Choir ‘Significance’ outside and a range of children’s activities.
The aim of the event is to help bring hearing and Deaf children and families together and to help breakdown some of the barriers to communication by introducing families to BSL. We are fundraising to support our work teaching Deaf parents of young pupils to deliver to Deaf Awareness & Communication training to local Nursery and Primary Schools in Dorset.
For more information please contact email@example.com