P157 Teletext 157 Oct27 21:15:47          ———————————————————————————   DEAFBLIND FRIENDLY AWARDS — THE WINNERS The Princess Royal presented the National Deafblind Friendly Awards at a ceremony in London on October 19. This year's winners were:  Asda  NatWest, Dereham, Norfolk  The Ralls Group  The Lodge Surgery, Chippenham  Grove Infant School, Rayleigh, Essex The awards are held annually by Sense and Deafblind UK. ——————————————————————————————————————— Deafview — Telephone 020 7296 8145 BAMBOOZLE! TRY OUR GREAT QUIZ p140 Missing Crimestopp Community TV Guide
P157 Teletext 157 Oct27 21:18:07          ———————————————————————————   DEAFBLIND CUSTOMERS MISS OUT A survey by Sense and Deafblind UK eound that one in four deafblind people have gone without essentials such as medicine because the shopping experience has been made too difficult. The Deafblind Friendly Awards are designed to recognise businesses that have made an effort to address these difficulties and highlight their work. "We were very impressed by the quality of the nominations," said the judges. ——————————————————————————————————————— Disability 156 Godlines 149 BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES p500 Missing Crimestopp Community TV Guide
P157 Teletext 157 Oct27 21:11:27          ———————————————————————————   TEXT A JOKE TO SALTY DOG A new brand of handmade crisps is raising money for hearing dogs by running a joke text line. On the back of each pack of Salty Dog crisps is a joke and an invitation for people to text theUr own joke if they think they can do better. All you have to do is text the word WOOF and your favorite joke to 83248. All profits from the text line will go to Hearing Dogs For Deaf People. ——————————————————————————————————————— Deafview — fax 020 7296 8021 BACK A WINNER WITH RACING NEWS p550 Missing Crimestopp Community TV Guide
P157 Teletext 157 Oct27 21:16:47          ———————————————————————————   NEW ACADEMY FOR DEAF SWIMMERS Deaf Olympic swimmer Terence Parkin has set up a swimming academy in his native South Africa for deaf and hard of hearing children. Parkin launched the Widex SA Academy this month as a service to the deaf and hard of hearing community in gratitude for the support he had received. "These children have faced many challenges and I want them to achieve their full potential," he said. ——————————————————————————————————————— Deafview — Telephone 020 7296 8145 MOVIE NEWS, REVIEWS, LISTINGS p310 Missing Crimestopp Community TV Guide
P157 Teletext 157 Oct27 21:14:28          ———————————————————————————   PLAYERS NEEDED FOR PLYMOUTH CLUB Plymouth Deaf Club is setting up a women's football team after finally finding a sponsor. The club meets on Thursdays at Blake Lodge, Seymour Road, and urgently needs deaf and hard of hearing women from Plymouth and the Devon area to play for them. No experience is needed. Training will be provided. Contact Hannah Bird on 07929 353158 (mobile) or e-mail: hardcorequeen@hotmail.com. ——————————————————————————————————————— Disability 156 Godlines 149 FIND YOUR LOST LOVED ONES p151 Missing Crimestopp Community TV Guide
P157 Teletext 157 Oct27 21:12:44          ———————————————————————————   GRAND REUNION The Old Heathlandian and Townsendian Grand Reunion will take place at Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre on October 8, 2005. See details and old photographs of pupils from the two deaf schools at oldheathlandian.org.uk. Tickets £35 (includes buffet and school history footage). Ring 0779 9830768 (SMS), 01245 260200 (fax), or e-mail: publicrelations@oldheathlandian.org.uk. ——————————————————————————————————————— e-mail: deafview@rnid.org.uk TV PLUS NEWS AND FEATURES p130 Missing Crimestopp Community TV Guide
P157 Teletext 157 Oct27 21:02:08          ———————————————————————————   MOVIE NEWS — SHARK TALE Captioned prints of Shark Tale will be screened at the following Odeon cinemas:  Maidstone — October 26-28.  Grimsby — October 26 and 28.  Hastings — October 27.  Southend — October 27.  Tunbridge Wells — October 28. For more listings, see rnid.org.uk and yourlocalcinema.com. ——————————————————————————————————7/8—— Deafview — Textphone 020 7296 8029 TV PLUS NEWS AND FEATURES p130 Missing Crimestopp Community TV Guide
P157 Teletext 157 Oct27 21:12:28          ———————————————————————————   SIGNED CINDERELLA The Theatre by the Lake in Keswick is putting on a special performance of Cinderella on December 18, at 2pm. The show will be signed by Caroline Bickerton of the Cumbrian Deaf Association. Tickets: £10-£16 (concs). To book, ring the theatre box office on 017687 74411 (tel). ——————————————————————————————————————— Editor: Tim Russell, Deafview, 19-23 Featherstone St, London EC1Y 8SL. Tel: 020 7296 8145. Fax: 020 7296 8021. ——————————————————————————————————8/8—— Our next edition starts on Friday TV PLUS NEWS AND FEATURES p130 ITV Missing Crimestopp Community TV Guide