Harrow United Deaf Club nominated for award

Harrow United Deaf Club (HUDC)

Harrow United Deaf Club (HUDC)

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A deaf club has been nominated for a national award for its work.

Harrow United Deaf Club (HUDC ) has been shortlisted for the Community Spirit award by the national charity Signature.

The award recognises organisations from across the country which work to improve communication between deaf and hearing people in everyday life.

President of the club Asif Iqbal said: "The purpose of HUDC is to provide a relaxed social environment for deaf and hearing people and their families in the local area.

"It's an honour to be commended for the work we do to make a positive impact on the community."

The winner of the award is down to a public vote and those interested in taking part and supporting the club can do so by clicking here.

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11:00am Wed 20 Aug 14

Sonoo Malkani says...

Fantastic news.Once more the hard working volunteers,staff,mem
bers and President of the Harrow United Deaf Club have shown their mettle.Brilliant knowing they have been nominated by the Signature Charity for the prestigious Community Spirit Award.

I urge as many as possible to PLEASE support them so that they definitely win.

Can't praise them enough.I feel so proud and privileged to be one of their ambassadors and an integral part of the HUDC family.Well done!
Fantastic news.Once more the hard working volunteers,staff,mem bers and President of the Harrow United Deaf Club have shown their mettle.Brilliant knowing they have been nominated by the Signature Charity for the prestigious Community Spirit Award. I urge as many as possible to PLEASE support them so that they definitely win. Can't praise them enough.I feel so proud and privileged to be one of their ambassadors and an integral part of the HUDC family.Well done! Sonoo Malkani
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