Sunnybank Mills (Farsley,Pudsey) LS28 5UJ are offering a free Life Drawing Session to any burgeoning, blossoming, blooming or would be artist, who is deaf or hard of hearing, on Thursday 11th October from 7 pm to 9 pm.
There will be a BSL interpreter to assist Kim Coley the tutor.
There will also be a male or female model to pose for the class.
Materials will be provided – all you need to do is turn up.
One to one tuition will be given, the objective being to encourage and develop an individual’s unique drawing skills.
If you would like to see what exciting events take place at Sunnybank Mills Gallery visit their website/ facebook (sunnybankmillsgallery)/ twitter (@sunnybankmills)/ instagram (@sunnybankmills) .
Saturday 30th June
11:30am to 4pm
The Old Fire Station
Leeds, LS9 6NL
A great FREE day for all the family at the Old Fire Station, Gipton. Lots and lots of fire engines and other appliances, old and new! We will also have a Chip Pan Fire display, a Diddy Dennis Fire Engine ride for the littl’uns, plus lots of stalls, ice cream and fun fun fun!
🚒 Loads of different fire engines and vehicles, old and new
⚽ Kids activities, games and crafts with Barnardo’s Willow Young Careers & Safari Cubs
🍰 Food and drink in the Slate cafe
📸 Pop up photo booth
🎶 Music and live broadcast from Chapel FM
👩🚒 Info and chat from the Fire Station Heritage Group
🌻 Gardening with Space2
🏰 Bouncy castle
🚒 Diddy Dennis rides
🍳 Chip pan fire safety display with WYFRS
🎈 Raffle, stalls and loads more!
Organised by the Fire Station Hertitage Group, supported by Space2 and The Old Fire Station
Date: Saturday 14th April 2018 Time: 09.30 to 16.30 Venue: The Centre, St Mary’s Street, Leeds LS9 7DP
Jacki Pritchard – Independent Social Worker/Hypnotherapist/Trainer/Consultant/Researcher.
Author and Series Editor: Good Practice in Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice Series.
Founder of: Beyond Existing, Support Groups for Adults Who Have Been Abused.
Co-Founder of: Practitioner Alliance Against Abuse of Vulnerable Adults (PAVA).
AIM AND CONTENT OF COURSE 1
This is the first in a series of 3 bespoke training courses which has been developed for BSL interpreters regarding the abuse and safeguarding of adults. It is NOT a generic basic awareness course The course was originally designed for BSL interpreters in 2012 and has been well received in various parts of England; it has been updated to incorporate the changes which were introduced on 1st April 2015 with the introduction of the Care Act 2014. The main aim of this course is to ensure that interpreters know what to do when they suspect that someone is being abused, is at risk of harm or when they receive a disclosure.
World Café Day SATURDAY 21st APRIL 2018 LEEDS DEAF CENTRE £30
(though likely to be cheaper if we have good numbers)
The idea of the day is to carousel around different facilitated groups discussing certain professional or practical interpreting dilemmas through scenarios and how one would resolve these.
We want this to be an enjoyable day, to get together, socialise, share ideas and look at different perspectives whilst considering the codes of conduct and the code of ethics in a safe, supportive environment.
Finishing off with a plenary session the day will hopefully give us more insight and reflection shaping how practice moving forward both as individuals and collectively.
The day will be worth structured 6 CPD hours – the more interpreters attend the richer the experience!
Open to all registered interpreters and regulated trainee interpreters
John Godber’s award winning comedy, Up ’n’ Under, will see a cast of Deaf and hearing actors use BSL and spoken English to bring fingersmiths’ exciting visual and physical theatre style back to the stage.
The Wheatsheaf Arms rugby team, the laughing stock of Castlefords Amateur Rugby League Seven a Side tournament without winning a game. They don’t have enough players and spend more time in the pub than on the pitch.
With just 5 weeks to go, our hero coach Arthur has to improve the team to beat the mighty Cobbler’s Arms, but first he has to work out how to communicate with his players….