It's with great trepidation that we can announce that Arts Council England has now granted some funds for our Outsiders Poetry on Sunday the 3rd of August, 2-5pm. This allows us to make the event fully accessible to the deaf, deafened and hard of hearing audience, thanks to the provision of BSL interpreters and live captioning. Apparently captioning are also very beneficial to people affected by autism ( thanks Adrian W. for the info).
Please do join us at next week meeting, on Monday the 21st at LARC, 62 Fieldgate St, Whitechapel as the programme for the day-long event can be finalised. Also do get in touch if willing to offer some help during the day of mixed activities. See leaflets attached for our FREE Poetry and Deaf films and entertainment taking place now in the Southern Grove Community Hall ( new flyers attached - full programmes available soon). More informations about the 5 days long Shuffle festival can be found online http://www.shufflefestival.
West London disability and mental health activists Joe Kelly has sent an invitation for the next London Unite Community Activists meeting: happening tomorrow, Thursday 17th July at 7pm at 33-37 Moreland Street, Education room 1, London EC1V 8BB
The Survivors History Group meeting is also due on Wednesday 30th of July 1-5pm at Together, 12 Old Street, London, EC1V 9BE
Stay engaged and motivated.