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Posted by soph6860 (U14386415) on Wednesday, 22nd June 2011
As the See Hear board will be closing with the rest of the Ouch messageboard, we wanted to let you know about our Facebook fanpage
Hope to see you there! You're all very welcome to come and join us and discuss the programme or any other deaf related issues you might want to share....
All the best
Sophia from the 'See Hear' team
Posted by lemurtail (U13885499) on Wednesday, 22nd June 2011
Hi. I knew about the planned closure but when exactly is it closing?
I'll be sad to see it go as I've found it's been by far one of the better (and safer) messageboards with lots of particularly helpful contributors. Thanks everyone who's shared their knowledge and time.
As a matter of interest, is there any similar message board where people are planning to migrate to?
Posted by AndyfromCornwall (U14342750) on Wednesday, 22nd June 2011
It's closing in the first week in July. I doubt if we will get a reprieve.
When you say "safe" I take it you mean freedom from personal attacks and other unpleasant shenanigans?
I am running a forum for disabled people called Out of Hours forum. For some reason the BBC software doesn't like my address but if you Google for us we are there.
Amongst other boards I do have a specialist board for deaf people and you are welcome to move in. At the mpoment we just happen to have a debate about deafness in the Debater's Corner.
We have helpful mods and a great Admin. That's me
Posted by lemurtail (U13885499) on Friday, 1st July 2011
Found it , thanks! ...though part of the creating the new account bit proved a bit baffling. I got stuck on the moving picture thinking I'd have to ask a hearing person to listen out for the question. Then I realised it was an advert and spotted the "skip" button. D'oh!
Posted by Dale (U14258985) on Friday, 1st July 2011
There are no adverts on the Village. Google 'deaf village uk' and you'll find it on the tribalvillages server.
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