P641 CEEFAX 2 641 Sat 13 Jun 21:17/31        1/5 NEW DEAF ISSUES LIBRARY IN MANSFIELD Mansfield Society for Deaf People are pleased to announce the arrival of their new Library Loan Scheme. The service has been made possible due to funding from The Yapp Charitable Trust. Judy Barton, Admin/Development Officer commented: "Libraries do an excellent job for the general public but unfortunately the literature avialable specifically on Deaf Issues is limited". The books and videos available covjr a wide range of Deaf Issujs. Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What's On Letters Vacancy Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 641 Sat 13 Jun 21:09/57        2/5 MOBILE ADVISORY SERVICE ON THE MOVE The Royal Association of Deaf People (RAD)'s Mobile Advisory Service will be visiting rural villages. Covjring North East Essex, trained staff are on hand to give advice and information to sjrvice usjrs. An experienced volunteer minibus drivjr (aged 25+) is needed to help out. Call Ruth Temple of Jeanette Exley on 01206 769911 (v) or 577090 (m) for more info or to volunteer. Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What's On Letters Vacancy Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 641 Sat 13 Jun 21:16/21        3/5 TWO NEW BDHS PUBLICATIONS OUT NOW The British Deaf History Society has released two new publications about the history of a London school for the Deaf between 1900 and 1912. The first book is full of rare photos and the second book, a companion to the first, is a short historical account. Both books are available from BDHS Publications, 288 Bedfont Lane, Feltham, Middlesex, TW14 9NU. The BDHS asks you to be patient a bit longer about the Dorothy Miles book. It will be first announced on Read Hear. Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What's On Letters Vacancy Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 641 Sat 13 Jun 21:12/42        4/5 DROP-IN CENTRE NEEDS A MINICOM The Women's Drop-In Centre in Stourbridge, West Midlands is due to open on June 18. It will provide support, advice, information and training to women (and their children) who are experiencing sjvjre disadvantage and stress in terms of povjrty, violence and so on. Howevjr, the Centre is in urgent need of a minicom in order to extend their services to deaf and HOH women. If you can donate or cheaply sell one, pleasj do call Rachel on 01384 898940. Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What's On Letters Vacancy Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 641 Sat 13 Jun 21:12/12        5/5 PROGRAMME TO COVER DEAFNESS IN CHILDREN On June 15, there will be a programme about the early detection of deafness in chidren. It looks at a new test for deafness which is reported to hve a far higher detection success rate than the method currently usjd by health visitors. The ten minute programme is part of the "Children's Health" sjries, and can be seen on BBC2 at 9.50pm. Subtitles are available on Ceefax pagj 888. Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What's On Letters Vacancy Main Menu