We will be running a short course in basic English skills. So if you would like to join in then please sign up!
Christmas Party at Friends Deaf Club
NHS 111 Service presentation – Deaf Club at St Mark’s
Newham Clinical Commissioning Group will be giving a presentation about the NHS 111 Service. They will also be asking Deaf service users for feedback about NHS 111 – this is very important for them to provide the best possible service for the Deaf community.
1 Year Anniversary on 18th November 2016
How did you start off?
- I am inspired by deaf people and how they overcome their daily barriers so I learnt BSL. Within Newham there were no facilities to do volunteer work with Deaf people.
Friends find a home
- I knew I had space at St Marks where we could run a deaf club so I spoke with another BSL student name Angie and asked her if she would like to help me start our own deaf club, so we set up Friends club in partnership with London Deaf Information Service (LDIS), in Beckton, because I had the space in our community centre and there were no other deaf clubs in the area.
Why not come and join our ‘Friends Deaf Club’, all welcome who are deaf or are interested in learning British sign language, doesn’t matter what level you are, you can come and socialise, meet new friends and practice your signing too! The next friends deaf club will be on 18th of March, from 7:30pm to 10.30pm at 218 Tollgate Road, Beckton, E6 5YA (St. Marks church & community centre).
Do you enjoy reading? Or would you like to improve your reading/BSL skills? Please come and join our deaf book club. Welcome to both deaf hearing signers. Please email for more information.
Would you like to Learn BSL Start or Polish Up on your British Sign Language (BSL) skills in the London. Are you interested in BSL 1 to 1? Would you like to learn BSL? Do you already know a few signs and want to improve on your BSL, with the help of refresher lessons you can remember those forgotten signs?
Are you doing BSL level 1,2,3,4 or 6? Do you have trouble finding deaf friends or someone to practice and prepare with? No worries we can help you. We are happy to travel anywhere within London to accommodate you.
Hello! This is a first blog. For more information about London Deaf Information Service, here is a website for you to visit our new website London Deaf Information Service