UK Deaf Sport Consultation Event
On April 19th Sport England announced a new £8m funding initiative aimed at increasing participation within Disability Sport. Organisation are being invited to make application to this fund for project s that will reduce the barriers faced by people with a disability and increase the access to Sport and Physical Activity.
In order to ensure that deaf people benefit from this opportunity, and that our application reflects the needs, views and opinions of deaf and hard of hearing people. UK Deaf Sport is running a series of consultation events during Deaf Awareness Week to establish the key projects that it will include into its bid.
Sessions will be running across the country to hopefully reduce the need to travel too far and to ensure that as many people as possible can get involved. An option of two times at each venue will again enable people to attend at a time that suits
|The Ashton Room
The Deaf Cultural Centre
|8th May 2012||2.00pm – 4.00pm
7.00pm – 9.00pm
Ibis Hotel London Euston
3 Cardington Street, London, NW1 2LW
|10th May 2012||2.00pm – 4.00pm
7.00pm – 9.00pm
Who should attend?
The events are aimed at ensuring a coordinated approach can be taken to the development of Deaf Sport and Physical Activity. Therefore we would encourage
|· National Deaf Sport Organisation
· Third Sector deaf support organisation
· Sport Development Officer
· National Governing Bodies
· County Sport Partnership Officers
|· Health Professional
· School, Colleges and Universities
· Community Groups and club for deaf and hard of hearing
· Individual with a passion to see deaf sporting opportunities increase
Full communication support will be provided at each event and if anyone needs any further support please highlight this at the point of booking
So that we can manage number we ask that you book a place on your desired venue by completing the booking form (click here to download).
If you require and further information please either calling UK Deaf Sport National Inclusive Sport Advisor Lee Dolby on 07850 796241 or email firstname.lastname@example.org