Monday, 15 September 2014

Disabled Contestants - Tiger Aspect (for BBC 3)

deaf-uk-jobs@yahoogroups.com:
"Tiger Aspect are looking for disabled contestants for their latest BBC3 series: I Survived A Zombie Apocalypse.
· Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be hunted down by the ‘walking dead’?
· If an apocalypse struck this could happen to you! Would you have the creativity and survival skills to pass the ultimate test?
A brand new BBC Three reality series is looking for contestants. So whether you're a zombie fanatic, love the thrill of being scared or just think you'll look good being chased by zombies we want to hear from you.

Whatever your reason, we want to know why you'd like to take part, what personal attributes you would use to survive and why we should pick you.

To apply: Please email zombies@tigeraspect.co.uk for an application form and tell us why you'd like to take part, what personal attributes you would use to survive and why we should pick you.
Applicants must be 18+ years of age.

Closing date: 19 September 2014"


Saturday, 13 September 2014

Project Think Stink - Feel the Force Day - 18 October 2014

Feel the Force Day Peterborough  - Saturday 18 October 2014 from 11am until 6pm

Feel the Force Day is the only Film and TV event designed for visually impaired and disabled people from infants to the elderly. If you know of anyone with a disability who you think may enjoy feel the force day - please let them know.

Feel the Force are also running a Think Stink project. To learn more read below or complete the contact form http://www.feeltheforceday.com/contact-us/ or go to their Facebook page and Twitter page.



Thursday, 11 September 2014

Ear Foundation: Photography Workshop

(11 – 18 year olds)
Teenz Photography Workshop

Saturday 11 October 2014; 10am till 3pm

At The Ear Foundation

(83 Sherwin Road, Lenton, Nottingham, NG7 2FB)

 
A practical hands-on workshop designed to give you a better understanding of how a camera works and demonstrate how some basic principals can easily improve an image.


Please bring a packed lunch!


If you would like to join the workshop please email rachel@earfoundation.org.uk or phone on 0115 942 1985.

 




Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Volunteer Vacancy: BSL Interpreted Pantomime Event Organiser

Cinderella was the Panto last year
PDDCS are looking for a volunteer to help us run one of our best events of the year.

Every year, PDDCS organises a trip to the Pantomime at the Key Theatre for our families and this year we need someone organised and super-cool to get the show on the road.

Ideally you'll have some experience of organising small trips or events, be a happy sort-of-person, be interested in meeting deaf people and children and want to make a difference to your local community.

All expenses that are incurred will be paid for and when all the happy kids leave the theatre full of ice-cream and happy memories, you'll be Peterborough's No.1 volunteer.

It's a one-off task that our small charity needs help with or the Panto is off this year.

Here's what's involved:

  • Write an advert for our website and email
  • Purchase tickets from Theatre
  • Organise sale of tickets to families
  • Management of the monies
  • Liaising with theatre
  • Organising free ice cream for deaf children
  • Becoming a hero

If you've ever wanted to put your organisational skills to use, be a volunteer for a small charity without making a long-term commitment and make many local deaf children very happy, please email our Chairman Andy Palmer on andypalmer177@hotmail.com

We look forward to your email!




Friday, 5 September 2014

Deaf Football Update: Sessions Begin 22nd September

Deaf Friendly football sessions with Peterborough United will resume on 22nd September. More information to follow soon. 

Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Deaf Children: Staying safe online

With a new school year starting young people may wish to know of the following resources to help them stay safe online



Further support and information is available through ChildLine deafzone. http://www.childline.org.uk/Explore/Deafzone/Pages/Deafzone.aspx