Newsletter & Diary Dates

Deaf Summer Playscheme and Programme

Hello

We are still based in Ambler Primary School, however our space has been relocated due to building works at the school during the summer. Our access to the school will be from the back gate on Romilly Road.

From Finsbury Park Station, turn right on Prah Road and keep going until you enter Romilly Road.

Alternatively, from Blackstock Road you turn on Ambler Road and then turn again on Romilly Road.

There will be signs to help them find their way to the new entrance.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need further information and please do share this out to many people on your contact list.

Kind Regards,

Steven Wynne

Community Co-ordinator, Remark! Community

Tel: 020 7269 2621

NLDCS Play Event for 5s and under

If your child is aged 5 or under, come to play at Little Dinosaurs soft play at Alexandra Palace on Sunday 13th August, from 10.00am. There is both indoor soft play and outdoor playground so what ever the weather you’re sure to have fun.

Whether you’ve a toddler, baby or both – come to meet other parents of local deaf children in safe, fun surroundings with a great cafe serving yummy food, and free parking. Share your experiences and make some new friends.

Members offer: NLDCS will be happy to contribute £2 for every deaf member child aged 5 and under who attends this event.

Normal entry price: £4.95 for a 90-minute play session (or 2 hours if purchasing food at the cafe). Children under one year old are £1.

Little Dinosaurs
The Grove
Alexandra Park
N22 7AY

Little Dinosaurs website www . littledinosaurs . co . uk

It is advisable to check Little Dinosaurs on Facebook for any last minute availability issue as it sometimes closes for parties.

For any more information, and to let us know if you planning to attend, please contact email Kam Makram kammak101@gmail.com.

How to get there:

By car – In Alexandra Park – The Grove has its own free 80 space car park (next turning after the garden centre).

On foot – the nearest entrance to Little Dinosaurs is behind the bus stop on Muswell Hill, just down the Hill from the Broadway.

Nearest Underground stations and buses: Highgate tube and 43 or 143 bus, East Finchley tube and 102 bus, Wood Green Tube and 144 bus, Finsbury Park tube and W7.

Buses stopping at Muswell Hill Broadway: 43, 102, 134, 144, 234, 299, W7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Att: families with children aged 7-12

Deadline this Friday for Dino Snores at the Natural History Museum

Places are filling up fast for NLDCS’s sleepover at the Natural History Museum, so if you haven’t already booked yours, please contact Suki Gill (winniegill@hotmail.co.uk) ASAP.

Date: Saturday 9 September 2017
Time: 6.45pm until 10am the following morning
Ages: 7-12 (+ one adult carer per family).

The absolute deadline for applications is this Friday, June 23

Dino Snores normally costs £60 per person, but NLDCS is offering subsidized tickets to members at just £30 each for deaf children and their siblings. There’s only space for one adult carer per family (aged 18+) who will go free.

You will need to pay in advance, and also complete and sign a parental consent form provided by the museum.
More details here http://www.nhm.ac.uk/events/dino-snores-for-kids.html

Please note that sleeping spaces are shared – there are no private rooms – and that non-NLDCS families will be taking part as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Patient-Involvement-Workshop-Invitation-Teens.pdf

 

ANNUAL DEAF PICNIC IN THE PARK/EID PARTY

When : Sunday 16th July 2017

What Time : 12pm – 5pm

Where : Weavers Fields Park, Bethnal Green E2 6HJ

 

Friends and families bring your picnic and blankets and join us for a FREE, fun and relaxing event. Come and celebrate with Games, Face painting and Henna

 

 

Dear Laycock,

I have launched a captioning service at the Puppet Theatre Barge (www.puppetbarge.com), located in Little Venice.

 

I will be captioning the performance of The Hare and the Tortoise and other tales from Aesop on 18 June at 3pm to make it accessible to deaf children. We also have a hearing loop in place.

 

I am contacting you to ask if there’s any way you can spread the word among deaf children. Details can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1182391925204678/

 

I’d be happy to offer a couple of complimentary tickets if you have a raffle or anything like that before the date.

 

Looking forward to hearing from you.

 

All the best,

 

Dr Soledad Zárate

Centre for Translation Studies (CenTraS)
University College London

 

 

BL4D Newsletter June & July

 
Phoenix Group
April – August 2017 activities for deaf children and young people
For further details see www.phoenixgroup.org.uk

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Please use the form below to sign up for Meaka Bears swimming lessons!!

Swimming booking form (1)

 

 

 

Dear Sir/Madam,

I’m hoping to set up a charity that provides workshops for disabled, Deaf and mainstream children to take part in workshops in the London and surrounding areas. I believe there are a distinct lack of opportunities for children in the arts especially.

I hope to provide and inclusive art and craft service for children of all backgrounds from the ages of 2-18 years old. With a view to encouraging their art and expressive skills, and maybe unearth some children with a real gift for the arts in the London area. Eventually running a magazine to showcase the work of creative disabled people all over the UK.

I would be grateful if you would ask parents to complete my questionnaire via any online newsletter or social media groups you have.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/5Y2HCRS

Many thanks in advance

Elina Sturno