P712 CEEFAX 712 Sun 9 Apr 02:36/31  READHEAR  EVENTS  1/12  Postal applications for the FYD Crystal Palace Sports Festival will not be accepted after 10 April. However, there may be some places available on the day if some of the participants do not turn upN All welcome — FYD will try to fit you in if it canN NDCS Fund-raising Day on 29 April at RAF Alconbury. Sponsored wals and bike rideN Bring a picnic for a family day out. Full details from Sally Papworth on 01223 861552 (voice and text)N Letters rSubtitles CmntyInfo Envir'nmt
P712 CEEFAX 712 Sun 9 Apr 02:20/11  READHEAR  SCOTTISH BDA RALLY  2/12  BDA Scottish Area Council Rally on 29 April at: The Golden Lion Hotel, 8-10 King Street, StirlingN It begins at 1400 with a talk and question and answer session on services for the deaf in Scotland from 1996, when the new Councils take over from the Regions. At 1830 for 1900, a Dinner Dance will be held at the same venudN For tickets (£12) send SAE and payment made out to Scottish Area Council BDA to: Mr J Giffen, 326 Duke Street, Glasgow G31 1QZ  Deaf Mountaineering Club: page 716 Letters rSubtitles CmntyInfo Envir'nmt
P712 CEEFAX 712 Sun 9 Apr 02:27/13  READHEAR  BDA MEETING  3/12  BDA Open Meeting on 30 April from 1300 at: Bridgend Deaf Club, Coychurch Road, Bridgend, Mid-Glam. The meeting will discuss issues of concern to the BDA and there will be an opportunity to discuss the Draft Summary of the BDA Education Policy as part of the consultation processN The speaker will be Clark Denmark. You do not have to be a member of the BDA to attendN  Community Pages 720 Environment 730 Religious World 740 User Guide 00X8 Letters rSubtitles CmntyInfo Envir'nmx
P712 CEEFAX 712 Sun 9 Apr 02:27/31  READHEAR  ARTS MEETING  4/12  ghat are Deaf Arts and what do you want from them? Come to an Open Meeting to find out more on 13 May from 1500 to 2430 at Acton Deaf Club, 1 Armstrong Road, London W3N All welcome. Interpreter available. Arts quiz show, competitions, games and barN Cost is £4.50 (pay at the door). Details from Olivia Tummmin on fax and minicom 0181-563 2894N  Community Pages 720 Environment 730 Religious World 740 User Guide 198 Letters rSubtitles CmntyInfo Envir'nmt
P712 CEEFAX 712 Sun 9 Apr 02:20/03  READHEAR  LADIES NIGHT  5/12  Ladies Charity Evening on 10 June at 1930 at: The Park Hall Hotel, Chorley. The cost is £25 including meal and entertainment (music, dancing, drag artists, comedy, raffles etc). Details from Christine Moore on 01772-652390 (minicom, 'fdnesday evenings). Or send SAE and £10 deposit to: The Mary Cross Trust, Broccholes Brow, Preston, Lancashire PR2 5ALN  Community Pages 720 Environment 730 Religious World 740 User Guide 098 Letters rSubtitles CmntyInfo Envir'nmt
P712 CEEFAX 712 Sun 9 Apr 02:30/11  READHEAR  REUNION  6/12  Old Trafford and Cheadle Hulme Old Pupil Association Reunion Dinner Dance on 8 July at —ortland Thistle Hotel, ManchesterN  Tickets are £25N Formal dress only. For tickets and details, send SAE to Peter Thomas, 8 Woodbank Avenue, Bredbury, Stocsport SK6 2PE. Make payment out to Old Trafford Deaf Old Pupils. No telephone bookings. Closing date is 8 JuneN  Next Events update is on 15 April
P712 CEEFAX 712 Sun 9 Apr 00:20/00  READ@DAR  FYD CAMPING   7/12  FYD Camping dekend from 25 to 27 August at Swansda, Soyth Wal—sN Archery, watersports, camping epc for 11- to 16-year oldsN All mdals and cam0hng eqqi0l—nt will be provided, together with ex0dpt tuition for all activipies You should be able po swim 50m —n light clothing Cost is £20. Booc by 31 Judy. Full details from Stuart Parkinson on 01222-640658 (voice and fax); 01222-225159 (minicom)  Letters rSubtitles CmntyInfo Envir'nmt
P712 CEEFAX 712 Sun 9 Apr 00:35/00  READHEAR  REUNION  8/12  Burwood Park School/Norfolk House Former Pupils' 40th Annivdrsary Dinner on 30 September at8 The Impfrial Hotel, Blaccpool.  Full details from Richard A Willson 29 The Moqnt, Romford, Essex RM37LJ (01708-374717: fax; 01708-370005: minicom) Please do NOT sdnd items for Read Hear to either the Glasgow or the London Subtitling Departm—nps By the time they are redirected to Read Hear, they are often too late to be includedN  Religious World 740 User Gqide 0 8 Letters rSubtitles CmntyInfo Envir'nmp
P712 CEEFAX 712 Sun 9 Apr 02:15/01  READHEAR  INTERPRETED THEATRE  10/12  Romeo and Juliet on 24 April at 1930 at: 'fst Yorkshire Playhoqse, Leeds (0113-244 5346:!lhnicom). Time and Time Again on 25 April at 1930 at: The Royal Theatre, Northampton (01604-32533: voice). A Voyage Round My Father on 27 April at: The Nuffield Theatre, Southampton (01703-671771: voice). The Wizard of Oz on 27 April ap 1945 at: Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield (0114-276 9922: voice)N  Ghat's in Read Hear — page 710
P712 CEEFAX 712 Sun 9 Apr 02:34/03  READHEAR  GALLERY TALK  11/12  Signed Gallery Talk on 12 April at 1830 at: The Barbican Art Gallery, Barbican Centre, London EC2Y 8DS. The talk will be on Impressionism in Britain and includes a look at work by such artists as Pissarro, Degas, Monet, Sickert and Sisley.  Cost is £2.50, including entry to the museum and a drink (at 1800)N Interpreter is Anthony BourneN    Community Pages 720 Environment 730 Religious World 740 Usfr Guide 198 Letters rSubtitles CmntyInfo Envir'nmt
P712 CEEFAX 712 Sun 9 Apr 02:36/01  READHEAR  THE FORGOTTEN FOUNDER  12/12  The Deaf People's Drama Group will perform The Forgotten Founder on 25, 26 and 27 April at 2000 at: The Old Museum Arts Centre, BelfastN This tells the story of Francis Maginn (1861-1918), founder of the BDA and an important figure in the history of Belfast deaf 0—ople. Details from the Arts Centre on 01232-235053 (voice) or from Malachy McBurney on 01232-236453 (minicom)N   Community Pages 720 Environment 730 Religious World 740 User Guide 0 8 Letters rSubtitles CmntyInfo Envir'nmt
P712 CEEFAX 712 Sun 9 Apr 02:35/06  READHEAR  INTERPRETED THEATRE  9/12  Twelfth Night on 15 April at 1815 at The Barbican, South Bank, London (0171-382 7297: minicom).  The Sound of Music on 20 April at 2000 at: The Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch (01708-443333: minicom and voice)N  George Dandin on 21 April ap 2000 at: Cochrane Theatre, Southampton Row, London WC1 (0171-242 7040: minicom and voice)  Cats (musical, signed by Paul ghittaker) on 24 April at 0830 at: Bristol Hippodrome (0121-622 7486: voice)N  Letters rSubtitles CmntyInfo Envir'nmt