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DPDC Camping 26-28th August 2016, Derby – spaces left!

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Disappointed about Sign Circle being cancelled? Fear not, there are spaces left to join the Deaf Parents Deaf Children Campers from Friday 26th- Monday 28th August at the Ashbourne Heights Country Park in Derbyshire.

Last year all the DPDC kids had an amazing time cycling, swimming, playing games, going on walks and making new friends. To avoid missing out please book your places NOW!


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DPDC Bowood House Fun Day Out – Saturday 11th July 2016 – Agenda!

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One more day until the annual DPDC fun day out at Bowood House! We’re so excited to see you all again and meet some new and old faces.

To make the most of the day we have an agenda which will ensure everyone gets a chance to meet everyone and allow kids plenty of opportunities to play and make new friends!


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DPDC Day out – SIGNtific Saturday at the Science Museum 6th Feb – FREE

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11.30pm DPDC meet and greet

Catch up with everyone on the Lower Ground Floor in the Exploring Space Gallery/Soft play and cafe area before we head to the Icy Cool Adventure.

1.30pm Icy Cool Adventure for ages 7 and under
Explore the wondrous wintry world of Iceland in this fun, interactive storytelling session with erupting volcanoes, giant glaciers and a little bit of imagination.

3.30pm Rocket Dogs for ages 7 and under
Three… two… one… Blast off! Find out about rockets and see how they fly. Make and launch your very own brave Rocket Dog into space to go boldly in the paw-prints of the real Rocket Dogs of the past!

How to get there: http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/visitmuseum/getting_here.aspx


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DPDC Day Out: Nostell Priory National Trust, West Yorkshire

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Where: Nostell Priory National Trust
When: Saturday 23rd April 2016
Time: 10am – till dusk!
Meet at: Children’s play area! From 10am to 10.30am then we all can have a stroll around the park with bikes, scooter and walk!

Lunch: Bring packed lunch! (There is café near children’s play area!)

Extra: Bring kids’ bikes or scooter (bring bike lock because you are not allowed to bring bikes/scooters in children’s play area.)

Cost: Access to Parkland is free. There is a £3 car parking charge but free for those who are member of the National Trust.

Sat Nav: WF4 1QE

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1706638062892927/1706805562876177/

More details about this national trust: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/nostell-priory-and-parkland

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This is an event for deaf parents with deaf children. If there one parent that is hearing – they are very welcome! Hearing brothers and sisters are also very welcome!


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DPDC Camping 2016 – Book your places now!

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Last year all the DPDC kids had an amazing time cycling, swimming, playing games, going on walks and making new friends at the Ashbourne Heights Country Park in Derbyshire. We will be returning there on the August bank holiday weekend – Friday 26th- Monday 28th!  15 pitches have been reserved, more pitches can be added if needed. To avoid missing out please book your places as soon as possible.

How to book your place
1. Transfer £30 online to Deaf Parents Deaf Children, Sort code: 40-27-33, Account number: 91530941. Use your ‘family name + camping’ as reference (So we know you’ve paid!)
2.  Download and fill in the DPDC Camping 2016 Form and email it to dpdccamping@gmail.com

Date: August Bank Holiday, Friday 26th – Monday 29th August 2016!

Cost
£21 per night for two people (£21 x 3 = £66)
£26 per night for two people with an electric hook-up (£26 x 3 = £78)

These prices includes 2 people, which can be made up of 2 adults or 1 adult, 1 child, and one car.

As we’re staying on a bank holiday weekend there is a minimum 3-night stay.

Any extra adults, children, dogs (2 max per pitch), gazebos, or extra cars are charged at £3 per night each.

Child = aged 3 – 17 years.
Infants = aged 2 years and under – free.

Last years camping report! http://deafparentsdeafchildren.co.uk/dpdc-camping-2015-report-and-photos/

Ashbourne Heights Website: http://www.ashbourne-heights.co.uk

This is an event for deaf parents with deaf children. If there’s one parent that is hearing – they are very welcome! Hearing brothers and sisters are also very welcome! Please get in touch if you aren’t sure. Thanks!

If you have any questions, please email dpdccamping@gmail.com

 


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DPDC Day out: Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood – Report & Photos!

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On Saturday 17th October deaf parents and deaf children families from the midlands all enjoyed a day at the 
Museum of Childhood in Sudbury, Ashbourne, Derbyshire.  The families enjoyed a BSL guided tour exploring the childhoods of times gone by! The highlight of the day for many was both parents and children being told off by a school teacher in the old school room!  A big thanks to DPDC parent Nikki Beech for organising the great day!

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DPDC Christmas Party!

The Deaf Parents Deaf Children’s Christmas party will be on Saturday 19th December at 2-5.30pm at Homewood Road United Reformed Church, Homewood Road, St. Albans, AL1 4BH.

Deaf parents with deaf children and their hearing siblings are invited. Tickets are at £5 a head.

A family will need to bring a present (valued at £5 or under) for each child to the party where a mystery Deaf Santa will give it to the named child at the end of the party.

There will be games and lots of fun. Buffet and drinks will be provided.

Dress code: please wear your best christmas outfits! We’d love to see your crazy Christmas jumpers!

Contact tinakelberman@me.com ASAP for tickets!


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DPDC Camping 2015 – Report and photos!

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The Ashbourne Heights Country Park in Derbyshire hosted the first Deaf Parents Deaf Children Camping event over the August bank holiday weekend.  All the kids had an amazing time cycling, swimming, playing games, going on walks and making new friends!  The weekend was such a great success that everyone was in agreement that it should be an annual holiday for everyone.  The kids loved the fact that they could sign to anyone in the big group and had a range of adults and kids to socialise and play with!  This weekend would not have happened had it not been for Helen Phillips and Jason Vessey who organised the event – thank you so much!


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