News

Here the latest news regarding Decibels and our activities

Listen to Me

Eloise Garland & Ken Carter secure a National Lottery Awards for All grant for Decibels “Listen to Me” Project

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METEC Coronavirus Appeal

We are determined to fight on and publicise the excellent work we are achieving with deaf and disabled children, young people and adults, both nationally and internationally.

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Support from the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers

Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers supports the Creative Arts work of Decibels

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Trustee Director William Ogden on BBC Bitesize

William Ogden, one of our of Trustee Directors, was approached by the BBC to be interviewed to offer "peer-to-peer" guidance on 'identity' and embracing for who you are.

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The Dressage Music Project

The Dressage Music Project involving Laurentian Tan - “CREATING MUSIC THROUGH TECHNOLOGY” supported by Decibels as a partner & sponsored by The Sobell Foundation

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CALYPSO – Supporting Deaf Lives through Music & the Arts

The 'Calypso' project is a collaboration between Decibels, Audiovisability, Barbados Council for the Disabled, SpecialKidz International, The Peter Boos Foundation and other partners.

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Please leave some of your wealth to Decibels, not the Government

Are you one of the 60% of Britons who haven't made a Will? If so, you may end up leaving much of your wealth to the Government instead of your family and a charity like Decibels! Don't make the mistake of thinking Wills are just for the rich. If you own a home, you are worth more than you think.

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William Ogden Highlights the Need for Accessibility for Deaf People at Music Venues

William Ogden's excellent mini documentary film How I Go On Nights Out As A Deaf Music Fan, discussing his nights out as a deaf music fan, has been viewed by over 837,000 people so far via LadBible.

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Outstanding deaf musician Ruth Montgomery is a new member of the Clore Leadership Programme

Ruth Montgomery, who we have worked with extensively over the past 6 years on some very important projects, has become a new member of the Clore Leadership programme.

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A Celebration of Theatre Arts Education & Deaf Studies and the Theatre of the Deaf

A highly creative event held by TAEDS (Theatre Arts Education and Deaf Studies) programme at the University of Reading. Decibels contributed some of the costs for producing the Celebratory programme.

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