A former pupils of the Burwood Park and Norfolk College shares their website. Click here for the link.
There is a blog uploaded by staff from the Action on Hearing Loss Library based in Grays Inn Road in London. Some of those make a fantastic reading. The Deaf Museum & Archive have similar collections, please make requests to see certain document. Please contact us. Please click here to visit the blog-site
On Tuesday 11 November 2014, the relocation of marvellous artefacts from the St. Saviour Church, London took place. BDHS Trustees, Geoffrey Eagling, Philippa Merricks, Martin Colville and Gordon Hay arranged for all artefacts to be re-homed at The Deaf Museum & Archive. It only took Geoffrey to get up at 6 at the morning in […]
Mary Hare School for the Deaf (formerly known as Mary Hare Grammar School for the Deaf) former pupils has teamed together to create a historical website covering all aspects of the school since its foundation in 1946. The highlights are the School Photographs which every pupil were labelled. Were you there? Were your parents there? […]
The British Deaf History Society was put under the limelight on the local newspaper, the Warrington Guardian. The article was titled “Warrington Deaf Society leads the way in diversifying”, published on Thursday 23rd October. Peter Jackson, BDHS’s CEO explained the purpose of having The Deaf Museum & Archive and our sister organisation from the same […]
An excellent article written by See Hear! Editor, William Mager, about the untold stories about deaf people in WW1 is now available. The article is published in BBC’s Ouch news, focusing on disability issues. Click here for the article
Ever wondered where could you search for deaf athlete that competed in previous World Silent Games/World Games for the Deaf/Summer & Winter Deaflmypics? The International Committee of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD; also known as Comité International des Sports des Sourds (CISS)) have the perfect search engine for you to browse. There are a total of […]