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AGM & talk by David Ellington

November 11, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Free – £5

Come to our AGM which this month will be run as part of our regular monthly coffee morning. There will be a craft activities for the children whilst parents have the chance to participate in the meeting. An interpreter will be available.

The AGM is an important meeting, where we will be:
1.Adopting a new constitution
2.Election of Trustees and officers
3.Scrutinizing the financial report
4.Reviewing activities of the past year and plans for the future
5.Discussion of issues members wish to raise.

David Ellington, Bristol based Deaf actor, producer and director (among many other roles!) will be joining us to discuss his early years, discussing his language experience and his hearing family and how he got into acting and his career achievements since. David is not only a successful actor taking on a diverse range of roles throughout his career he is also an award-winning director in drama. He has worked for the BBC in drama roles and as a See Hear signer among many other things! Come along and find out more!

Details

Date:
November 11, 2017
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost:
Free – £5

Venue

Elmfield School
Greystoke Avenue
Bristol, BS10 6AY United Kingdom
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Organizer

Emma Stevenson

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