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DEAFvibe Projects

The vision of DEAFvibe is to work with Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Deafened and Deafblind people to explore the gaps in services that will benefit this group of people in the community. 

DEAFvibe is for everyone living in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent who has a hearing loss and these projects are for the benefit of the Community.

It is important to remember that these projects will be developed from your ideas!  Our vision is look at how we can develop these projects and identify the most appropriate funding stream available.

So if you have any ideas, send them to us at: info@deafvibe.co.uk or you can post them to DEAFvibe, PO Box 3511, Stoke-on-Trent ST6 9EF.

DEAFvibe Arts & Crafts Group

A painting created by the DEAFvibe Art & Craft Group will be on display at the Brampton Museum, Newcastle under Lyme, until January 2016. The painting ‘Sun down - Field of remembrance’ has been created by Andrew Dawson and the 3D poppies were created by Naomi Webber.

‘Sun down - Field of remembrance’

This painting is a tribute to World War One Soldiers. The picture is by the DEAFvibe art group and crafts group which has deaf, Hard of Hearing, deaf and partially sighted members. I have used acrylic oils in the painting. The sunset is taken from the poem ‘At the going down with the sun`.

We all imagined standing in a field of poppies and thought about the soldiers who fought there, and those who lost their lives, so we depicted them as ghosts. The 3D poppies are stunning and are there for people with dual sensory loss (deaf/partially sighted) who depend a lot on touch, they were created by one of our members, Naomi Webber, and ideas for the painting were from other members of the group, so it was truly a team effort.

Sun down - Field of Rememberance

Field of Poppies created by Naomi Webber
Field of Poppies created by Naomi Webber
Painting created by Andrew Dawson
Painting created by Andrew Dawson