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Projects

Get On!

Working in partnership with Manchester Deaf Centre, we are managing the Prince’s Trust funded Get On! project. We are helping young deaf people from Greater Manchester increase their confidence and improve their access to further education and employment.

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Our Stories

We’re collecting, listening to, learning about and recording their stories of growing up, and asking them share with us photos of their younger lives. The stories will be shared in a ‘heritage newspaper’ which will be distributed free of charge across the community,

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Birds and Bees and Daisy Hill Trees

Our Birds, Bees and Daisy Hill Trees project will design, develop, deliver, and care for five Nature and Heritage trails which will include interactive nature activities for children and families.

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Keeping Daisy Hill Smiling & Walking

We organised the first Daisy Hill Keep Smiling & Walking activities in September 2020 thanks to support from GM Walking and Greater Manchester Council for Voluntary Organisations. The first walk was incredibly successful, 348 people took part. We asked 90 of them what they thought about the activity and 78 of those said that they were walking more as a family afterwards than beforehand.

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Memory Lane Heritage Hampers

Memory Lane is a project designed to allow us to work alongside people to capture their memories of life in the town in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. 

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Keep in Touch

We wanted to help older people who’ve become more isolated during the Covid 19 outbreak to keep in touch with family and friends. So we designed a project to give tablet devices to those who don’t have them and we will be working with them to provide some (socially distanced) training in how to use programmes that will help people to have regular online face to face chats.

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Milan to Millennium Deaf Young People’s Heritage Project

Milan to Millennium is an innovative project for young people to research, explore and celebrate deaf heritage including British Sign Language from the infamous Milan Conference of 1880 and the impact this had on deaf people’s lives up to the present day.

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