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Surrey's Physical and Sensory Support team are looking to review their services and want to hear your views.
They are holding a meeting with an  interpreter present on Tuesday 22 March at Fairmount House in Leatherhead.

The meeting is from 5.30pm until 7.00pm and will cover Surrey's travel assistance policy and the support provided by the sensory service.

If you would like more information about the event please contact Pamela Todd. Sorry for the short notice!

If any SDCS members have any matters that they would like to raise but are unable to attend the meeting please e-mail them over to SDCS committee member Xenia James (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) who will be attending the meeting and can put forward your concerns.

Mary Hare in collaboration with CICs, Elizabeth Foundation and Mary Hare Primary School would like to invite all SDCS members to their 'Fun Day' on the 11th June.

The main aim of the day is to get local deaf children and their siblings together for a Fun Day. They will be organising fun activities (plus a bouncy castle) and some workshops for families to get involved in (focused on building understanding and cementing relationships between siblings both hearing and deaf). 

You are invited to bring along a picnic or purchase BBQ refreshments from the Mary Hare Primary School PTA. The event will take place in the grounds of Mary Hare Primary School. Mary Hare Primary School, Mill Hall, Pigeons Farm Road, Newbury, Berkshire, RG19 8XA.

If you are interested in attending you will need to contact Natalie Ross directly (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 01635 244 215) to complete a booking form. 



NDCS have got a free event for young people who’ve never been away with them!

   (Taken from NDCS Website)




First Time Away, South East, 25-26 June 2016

(deadline for applications is 2 May)

We know that staying away from home can be a big step for children. Our first time away weekends are just one night away with NDCS at an activity centre. The events are perfect for building confidence and independence in primary aged deaf children (aged 8 – 12). We’ve got an exciting weekend of activities to keep your child busy including:

·         Team building challenges

·         Bushcraft

·         Environmental activities

·         Climbing

Plus loads more to keep your child entertained and enjoying themselves on their first night away from home! At a first time away weekend, children can:

·         Learn about looking after themselves and their belongings during their night away from home

·         Try some fun activities

·         Meet other deaf children and make some new friends!


Bowles Outdoor Centre, Tunbridge Wells, TN3 9LWr

25-26 June 2016

What age?    
8-12 years

Communication support is available at all of our events for young people who speak, sign or both.




Deadline for applications is the 2 May 2016.

Download the application form from the NDCS website or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for a copy or with any questions.  You can also go to the website for more information.

Applying NOW for a place by downloading an application form!! Or email for one to be posted