27th Oct – HTT Coffee Catch-up

Friday 27th October


Where: Sydney & Byrne
Foyleside Shopping Centre,
Level 4,
BT48 6XY

Our coffee catch-up will be held in different places in the North West area to meet our new/old friends.

Let’s us enjoy, chats and laughs!!

All welcome!

Hope see you there!

24th Oct – HTT Walking / Lunch Club

Where: L’Derry Walls
When: Tuesday 24th October

Meet us at Hands That Talk (car park) at 10.30am
Transport bus will take us to L’Derry Walls

Afterwards walk, lunch club will be held at The Sandswich Co. (Bishop Street)

Return to Hands That Talk approx. 2.30pm
Cost: £3

If you interested…
Please contact us: tel 028 7774 2776 or text 07912210803 or leave comment here!

6th Oct – Claire Cunningham’s performance, ‘Give Me A Reason To Live’

Arts & Disability Forum: Claire Cunningham’s performance, ‘Give Me A Reason To Live’, does not have any spoken words.

We at the Arts & Disability Forum would love to see deaf people there and so would Claire Cunningham herself.

I have some notes for local deaf people written by Claire. I will send these now by direct message to the deaf people who have been at other events during the Bounce! 2017 Festival.

To book tickets contact me now by DM or click this link for Eventbrite ticketing: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/give-me-a-reason-to-live-claire-cunningham-bounce-festival-2017-tickets-37656903813?aff=ehomecard#tickets
—  at Brian Friel Theatre.

She’s a familiar face from BBC NI where she signs the news for deaf people, but few know her own inspiring story

She has been a familiar face on BBC Northern Ireland News screens for 21 years, but Mary Kyle has managed to keep under the publicity radar throughout her career.

Indeed, the majority of viewers would be hard-pressed to name her. Yet, the Omagh-born presenter provides an invaluable service to the 3,500 sign language users who tune in for the daytime news at 1.40pm, a popular slot before Doctors.

Further read at: www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/features/shes-a-familiar-face-from-bbc-ni-where-she-signs-the-news-for-deaf-people-but-few-know-her-own-inspiring-story-36198015.html