DHS Upcoming Visit to Deaf Museum in Warrington

Deaf History Scotland (DHS) has arranged with the British Deaf History Society for DHS members and friends to visit the Deaf Museum in Warrington on Saturday 27th April 2019 at 11am.  The Deaf Museum is worth visiting.  We know it's a long way to travel to Warrington, so we are giving you plenty of notice to make travel arrangements- by train, coach or car (share car).  If you have any questions, ...
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Vlog: Our second placement student

Heather King is our second interpreting student from Heriot-Watt University. https://youtu.be/i5ThI3aIz9g English translation: Hello! My name is Heather King. I am here on placement from Heriot-Watt University where I am studying BSL interpreting. Annabel was the student here before me. We have switched places which makes me 'the new Annabel' for this semester. Before I moved to Scotland ...
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Glasgow Deaf Heritage Walking Tour

Glasgow Deaf Heritage Walk In honour of our 10th Anniversary celebrations, Deaf Historian John Hay OBE will be leading a Glasgow Deaf Heritage walking tour. It is free but places are limited to 20 per walk - please contact us for more details! Sunday 18th November 10.30am Sunday 18th November 2.30pm Saturday 30th March 10.30am Saturday 30th March 2.30pm Meet outside Queen Street ...
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Vlog: The Engine Shed

See Annabel's blog about our visit to the Engine Shed and Stirling Castle for John Hay's tours in association with Historic Environment Scotland's BSL Days. Hello! My name is Annabel. This is my sign name BELL. I am here in the Engine Shed, in Stirling. In the morning we had a tour in British Sign Language led by John Hay in this building. It was very interesting, and a lot of people attend...
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Vlog: Our first student placement!

Our first student placement Annabel Ladomery is a BSL interpreting student on placement from Heriot-Watt University. https://youtu.be/e9m9sn9cH98 English translation: Hello and welcome to Glasgow! My name is Annabel and I am the first student at Deaf History Scotland. I’ve been studying at Deaf History Scotland for about 1 month. It’s really interesting work! I’ve been in the archives ca...
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Vlog: Meet our Heriot-Watt student on placement!

Vlog: Meet our first interpreting student from Heriot-Watt University https://youtu.be/e9m9sn9cH98 Hello and welcome to Glasgow! My name is Annabel and I am the first student at Deaf History Scotland. I’ve been studying at Deaf History Scotland for about 1 month. It’s really interesting work! I’ve been in the archives cataloguing new deposits linked to Deaf History. I will also go to Stirling ...
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Scottish Deaf History tartan

Scottish Deaf History tartan Deaf History Scotland's Scottish Deaf History tartan is due to be launched at the AGM 2018 / 10th Anniversary Celebrations! The tartan, designed by Silvia Maria Cera when a textiles student at Heriot-Watt University, was created to celebrate the passing of the British Sign Language (Scotland) Act in 2015. Silvia based her design on the colours of the Sign Union Fla...
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Spring Gathering 2017

Greenock Elim Church, Kelly Street, Greenock, PA16 8TR on Saturday 6th May 2017, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. FREE for DHS Members; £5.00 for non-DHS members. There will be three presentations: ‘History of Deaf Education in Greenock’ by Margaret Keir and Jamie Dow ‘The SHARE Archive’ by Lisanne Holly, Heritage Project Coordinator, BDA “BSL National Plan Consultation” By Helen Morgans-Wenh...
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