Join us for a quiz night with a difference during Deaf Awareness Week 2018. This is more than your typical Pub Quiz. Expect a few twists and turns throughout the evening.
Quiz tickets cost £5 per person.
Meet in the upstairs function room at The Maypole from 6:30pm for a 7pm start.
Teams of up to four people. Come as a team, or meet new people and let us find you one.
The Maypole offers superb home made Italian and traditional English dishes, as well as a wide choice of beers and spirits. For your convenience you can pre-order food together with your quiz ticket, sides are also available under 'additional options'. A detailed menu can be found on the Maypole website.
Please email any dietary requirements ...to [email protected]
when booking your tickets.
— About Deaf Awareness Week
There are about 9 million of people in the UK who are deaf. This can vary from a partial to a full loss of hearing. Some people can lip read, others rely on subtitles. Most Deaf people who use sign language use British Sign Language, or BSL. It’s a rich combination of hand gestures, facial expressions and body language. In fact, BSL isn’t simply English with hand signs, it is a different language with its own grammar and sentence construction.
As an organisation, JCI Cambridge prides itself on providing opportunities for growth for its members, whilst at the same time, making a positive impact within the community. The purpose of the Deaf Awareness Week is to:
Raise awareness within the community
Raise money for local charities such as Cambridgeshire Deaf Association
Empower and challenge our members through exciting and ambitious projects. It is only through experience and getting out of your comfort zone that true growth and progress can be achieved.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email [email protected]