On Saturday 5th March 2016 at: Warrington & District Centre for the Deaf 11-13 Wilson Patten Street Warrington WA1 1PG
Doors Open: 10 am
Business Meeting starts at 11 am
Lunch & light refreshments will be available at the conclusion of the Business Meeting.
After lunch, there will be a presentations.
Following this, a Presentation will be made to two new Fellows of the British Deaf History Society, and there will be a new recipient of the Dimmock Award for the most outstanding contribution to Deaf literature.
Note: The Deaf Museum & Archive will be open for those who wish to see the museum.
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BDHS' Deaf Museum & Archive Curatorial Team have been shortlisted for the "Preservation of Deaf history and culture" award category.
The Royal Association for Deaf People (RAD), is hosting the RAD 175 Birthday Honours gala awards ceremony. All that is great about Deaf history, language and culture will be celebrated on this memorable occasion.
The awards ceremony will take place at the Millennium Hotel Mayfair on 11th February 2016.
We wish to take this opportunity to thank our Deaf Museum & Curatorial Team for all their hard work with maintaining the museum and this shortlisted nomination is an honour to be recognised for all their work.