Thanks to Adam Linsdell and news from Cambridge Deaf Pub

Pub legend Adam Linsdell

There have been changes to the running of Cambridge Deaf Pub this week as Adam Linsdell stepped down from the role of organiser.

Adam, a popular member of the deaf a sign language community, has run the club for over five years and announced his decision to step down when a replacement could be found.

Brendan Casey, who for a long time provided computer training in the community, and Andy Mitchell who is a keen BSL learner.

The new organisers have set up a Facebook page where you can get updates. Members of all local sign language classes are welcome to join in. This year, CDA’s Sign Language Academy signed up over 40 students and is taking registration for courses beginning in September. Students from Cambridge Regional College are also welcome to come along.

The Regal Pub in Cambridge is the venue for the Pub meetings, which are an opportunity for signers to meet for a drink and a chat. It’s ideal for people who are learning sign language to meet deaf people and enhance their learning in a friendly setting.

Cambridge Deaf Pub is planning to meet on the following dates at 7:30pm in The Regal Wetherspoon.

Dates:
31st January 2015

28th February 2015
28th March 2015
25th April 2015
30th May 2015
27th June 2015
25th July 2015
29th August 2015
26th September 2015
31st October 2015
28th November 2015

Where:
The Regal Wetherspoon, 38-39 Saint Andrew’s Street, Cambridge, CB2 3AR

For more information, contact the organisers via their Facebook Page or send a message to CDA