Dorothy Miles Cultural Centre

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The Dorothy Miles Cultural Centre (DMCC) is a non-profit making charitable institution, named after Dorothy Miles, poet and pioneer, working with people of all ages. The Centre is committed to enhancing communications and understanding between deaf and hearing people,through social, cultural and educational activities.

These activities include British Sign Language (BSL) tuition, deaf awareness programmes,children's activity days, parent support groups, drama and poetry workshops and various fund-raising events. Future projects include Baby Signing, family sign classes and a Touring Schools Programme introducing BSL through drama. The aim is to bring deaf and hearing people together, and to increase sign language awareness among all parents and teachers of deaf children. Dorothy Miles' vision was of deaf and hearing people learning, developing and working together.

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