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RNID Newsletter           May 2006

RNID Newsletter.
 

Inside this issue:

 

Welcome to the RNID newsletter where you can find out what's happening in your local area during Deaf Awareness Week, 1-7 May 2006, and get the latest details on the new online lottery.

The fairer lottery

We’re one of the charity partners of a new online lottery, called monday, that aims to raise ?150 million a year for UK charities.

The chance of winning the jackpot is better than the National Lottery and there’s a guaranteed winner every week.

The first draw is during Deaf Awareness Week in May and we’re one of the first charities to benefit. So take part in the monday lottery and help improve the lives of deaf and hard of hearing people.

To find out how to take part in the new online lottery, visit http://www.playmonday.com



Deaf Awareness Week: what’s happening in your local area?

There are a variety of information days and events taking place during Deaf Awareness Week, 1–7 May 2006. Take part in the week and go along to one of the events in your local area.


Events across the UK include:

  • Information and awareness day: 6 May 2006, 10am-3pm,
    Place de Brest, Plymouth.

  • Deaf Awareness Week exhibition: 4 May
    2006, Centenary House, Leeds

  • Digital hearing aids information talk:
    4 May 2006, 10am, Walsall Deaf People’s Centre, Walsall.


To view further events in your local area, visit
http://www.rnid.org.uk/about/in_your_area



Britain’s biggest sound check: 3 May 2006

Take part in Britain’s biggest sound check by calling 0845 600 5555 on Wednesday 3 May 2006.

We’re aiming to get into the Guinness Book of Records by getting 100,000 people to take the telephone hearing check in one day.

The check is part of our breaking the sound barrier campaign, which aims to change people’s attitudes to hearing loss.
 



View our life-saving smoke alarms,
http://www.rnid.org.uk/shop/products/smoke_alarms/



Look out for our latest One in Seven magazine

In the latest One in Seven we report on our campaign to encourage newspapers to subtitle the free DVDs they giveaway. Comedian, actor and author Eric Sykes talks to us

about his deafness and sight loss and the most successful years of his career, plus we put neckloops to the test.

Not a member? You can subscribe today by visiting,
http://www.rnid.org.uk/howyoucanhelp/join_rnid/one_in_seven/
 



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