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Cookie Stall a tasty hit 

27 August 2021

A huge thank you to Keris, Emelia and Olivia for raising over £400 for Manchester Deaf Centre by holding a cookie stall in their neighbourhood. Keris is the daughter of our staff member, Kelly Priestley. To advertise the event, the girls designed flyers to hand out locally and posters to put up in


DAVE Project for 14–25s – Zoom cooking class

27 August 2021

Here’s our youth leader Lauren sharing some exciting news: Yvonne Cobb from the BBC TV programme See Hear will be teaching a cookery class on 7 th September 6-7pm Via Zoom For more info or to join the Zoom class please email laurenfeeney@manchesterdeafcentre.com or use the DAVE WhatsApp group


Get On project update

27 August 2021

In 2020, Manchester Deaf Centre secured funding from The Prince's Trust for an exciting FREE new project ‘Get On’. 18 amazing young people from Manchester, Bolton, Salford, and Stockport have joined the 12-month project and we are already halfway through! ‘Get On’ includes social activities,


Meet Lauren Feeney, our new ‘I Can’ Project Co-ordinator and Youth Engagement officer

23 June 2021

We are delighted to welcome Lauren back to our staff team. Lauren has previously worked as a Youth Worker with our D.A.V.E. project and play scheme. She will be heading up our new ‘I Can’ youth project. Here is Lauren telling Annie, our Operations Manager, a little bit about herself and her plans


Get On! Manchester Deaf Centre Prince’s Trust project update

24 May 2021

Get Moving! Get Ready! Get Ahead! Our new project Get On! has got off to a great start. 18 young people have already registered and are now active in the Get Moving! phase of the project. The project includes motivational activities with things to do at home, mentoring, job and career guidance and


Sing and Sign with Manchester Camerata

24 May 2021

Emma Arnold, Camerata in the Community Project Manager reports: “The Sing & Sign workshops with Andy from the Manchester Deaf Centre have been a joy to be a part of. Andy, myself and composer Richard Taylor worked with 10 classes from 12 schools in south and east Manchester, with whom we have


Job vacancy – BSL Befriender

24 May 2021

This job vacancy is advertised on behalf of Tina Kirwin-McGinley from the Manchester Sensory Support Service. Tina explains the job details below. If you are interested in this position but need help applying or if you do not currently have a DBS certificate, please contact our WAITE team. Our


Ava, 14, wins the popular vote at the Harris Open exhibition 2021

21 May 2021

14-year-old digital artist Ava Jolliffe has smashed it to come out Popular Vote Winner at the Harris Art Gallery Open Competition 2021, winning from 250 artists, with 1700 votes being cast from as far afield as New Zealand! Ava is a member of Manchester Deaf Centre’s DAVE group (Deaf Active


Easter holidays: Zoom activities for teens and under 12s

18 March 2021

For Deaf/Hard of Hearing children and Children of Deaf Adults Activities for Teens Tuesday 6th April 2-3pm Dance Workshop Part 1 Monday 12th April 2- 3:30pm Cookery Class/Bake-a-thon Tuesday 13th April 2-3pm Dance Workshop Part 2 Teens To book your place Contact


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