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New Year New Activity?

Posted on Wednesday, December 19th, 2018

New Year New Activity? Forth Valley Sensory Centre will be closing for Christmas on Monday 24th December. We will re-open on 3rd January in the New Year. Many of our groups and classes have already finished for the year but don’t worry, they’ll all be back in 2019! What about New Year New Activity? Why […]

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Patchwork Quilting Covered!

Posted on Monday, October 1st, 2018

Another great activity last week for some of our Talk and Sign Group. This one was a bit of a cheeky bonus, arranged by volunteer and group organiser Laura, the group learnt about Patchwork Quilting with Purely Patchwork in Linlithgow. Laura said: “Big thanks to Esther at Purely Patchwork for a great class. I’m on […]

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Voices Off BSL Lessons

Posted on Tuesday, August 21st, 2018

The ‘Voices Off’ BSL lessons for people who would like to learn some basic sign language or find out more about this fascinating language which has been led by our friendly student Zoe is coming to a close as Zoe returns to Heriot-Watt University (awww booo etc). But! Good news! Voices Off BSL lessons will […]

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Celebrating Sign Language Week

Posted on Monday, March 12th, 2018

This week, 12th to the 18th March 2018 is British Sign Language week. Organised by British Deaf Association, this is the fourth annual Sign Language Week and this year, the theme is pride! What makes you proud? Is it using BSL? Is it simply being part of the tight knit Deaf community? Maybe it is […]

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ContactSCOTLAND from the Centre

Posted on Friday, February 24th, 2017

ContactSCOTLAND Comes to the Centre! Our BSL users may be aware of the ContactSCOTLAND service, a special, online scheme which allows BSL users to speak with hearing people in the public or third sector. The BSL user makes a video call online to sign their request to a trained ContactSCOTLAND interpreter. This person then passes […]

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