Here’s some snaps from our Over 50’s Club trip to Cadbury World yesterday! Thanks to all the staff and volunteers for making the day possible and for all those who came along!
This event has been cancelled
CDA have exclusive use of the BIG screen at Wildwood Cinema in Peterborough for the England v Panama World Cup Group Stage match on 24th June at 1pm.
Book your seat for just £10. Wildwood has great food and drink for England fans to buy before and during the game (not included in price).
The event is open to deaf people and their friends and family. The cost is £10 (wheelchair users may bring 1 carer for free)
Buy your tickets online here or in person from Ky Dai (Community Coordinator) at our Drop Ins. If you have any questions please get in touch using the Contact button at the bottom of the screen. Please do not contact Wildwood to purchase tickets.
Date: 24th June
Time: Kick Off 1pm
Where: Wildwood Cinema Peterborough (see map below)
Two more screenings planned added. 3pm and 4pm. 5pm and 6pm Sold out.
Oscar wining film about a young deaf girl is to be screened in Peterborough alongside the latest work from an acclaimed deaf director.
The Silent Child has been making waves both here and in America for the acclaimed performance of its young deaf actress, Maisie Sly, and won best Best Short Film at the Oscars on Sunday night. The film is written by Rachel Shenton who is known for her role in Hollyoaks and for her work with UK deaf charities. Rachel knows and is passionate about British Sign Language and her father was deaf.
The story focuses on Libby, a profoundly deaf four-year-old, who is the youngest child in a family who are all hearing. Unable to communicate but about to start school, Libby is assigned a social worker who teaches her sign language. Libby’s skeptical parents are reluctant to be involved, however, and pose a potential block to Libby’s education.
To Know Him is the latest work by acclaimed director Ted Evans. Ted’s multi-award winning films reflect the experiences of deaf people in imagined realities. Ted’s previous work ‘The End’ and ‘Retreat’ have scooped best film and director awards across the world. Ted was also commissioned to produce two films shown at the opening ceremonies of the London Paralympic Games.
To know him is rated for audiences aged 15 and over
William Mager, Producer of BBC See Hear said after an exclusive screening of To Know Him:
“To Know Him was a beautiful story, beautifully and simply told, beautifully filmed, and just an amazing experience to watch on a big screen. It was one of the best films I’ve seen in a while – and it felt like it transcended deaf filmmaking and became something that tells a universal story which anyone can relate to.”
There will be two screenings of these special films on 7th April at Wildwood Restaurant Cinema in Cathedral Square in Peterborough at 5pm and 6pm. The Wildwood Cinema is a small boutique cinema with only 35 sofa-style seats. Tickets are just £4 and can be purchased here. Tickets can also be bought in person from our Community Coordinator Ky Dai at any of our network of Drop In meetings.
The Silent Child will also be shown at our Cambridge Centre soon. More details will be out soon.
Date: 7th April
Time: 5pm and 6pm. Running time of films combined is 55 minutes
Screenings of both films are at 3pm, 4pm, 5pm and 6pm.
3pm – To Know Him & Silent Child (55 minutes combined)
4pm – To Know Him & Silent Child (55 minutes combined)
5pm – To Know Him & Silent Child (55 minutes combined) SOLD OUT
6pm – To Know Him & Silent Child (55 minutes combined) SOLD OUT
Where: Wildwood Restaurant Peterborough
We have teamed up with Sense and Satyam Yoga Wellbeing Centre to offer FREE Yoga sessions with a BSL interpreter.
Yoga is a great way to keep both body and mind healthy.
- At our office in Cambridge
- First Tuesday of the month, 12pm-1pm.
- Third Tuesday of the month, 1pm-2pm.
- Bring your own lunch if you like!
For more information contact Ky by email: email@example.com or by phone: 07556258230 (text only).
CDA are running a BSL Interpreted Road and Driver Safety Course. The course will cover:
- Speed Awareness
- Keeping Safe (for example in a breakdown)
- Checking your car
When: Thursday 3rd August at 6pm
Where: KingsGate Centre, 2 Staplee Way, Parnwell, Peterborough. PE1 4YT.
Please let us know you are coming by contacting our Community Coordinator, Ky Dai on email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07557 258230
A new coffee group aimed at deafblind people will be meeting at the Cambridgeshire Deaf Association’s offices on the 29th June from 1:30 to 3:00pm
The group is being run by a new community interest company called Deafblind perspectives.
The group will be celebrating deafblind awareness week.
Map to CDA
There will be an opportunity for friends, family and colleagues of Suzanne Foulstone to come together on Tuesday 11th April at 11am.
People who knew Suzanne can come and share their memories of her, their thoughts and feelings or to just be in the company of others at this difficult time.
Suzanne’s sister Jenny will be in attendance.
The venue is the Friends Meeting House, Thorpe Road, Peterborough, PE3 6AB
Please park at the many large multi-story car parks nearby as parking is limited at the venue.
Following the news of the death of Suzanne Foulstone, our great friend and volunteer befriender of over 12 years standing, Tuesday’s meeting with HealthWatch, scheduled for 11am will be rescheduled.
A community event for Suzanne’s friends, colleagues and family will be held at that time and place instead. More details to follow.