Re assess their decision to cut the funding for deaf services.
***Update from 38 Degrees***
On 21st October Big Lottery Fund announced that they'll support "a project that will recruit and train profoundly deaf people who have British Sign Language (BSL) as their first language, to deliver advice and support to the deaf community in Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Derby and Coventry."
Wolverhampton deaf advice service at citizens advice bureau have made a decision to cut funding for supporting the deaf community. I can't believe the government keeps cutting valuable services like this.
Without the deaf advice service at citizens advice bureau in UK the deaf community would be suffer, as many of us can't hear or use English fluently, as our first language is British Sign Language (BSL).
Please support the deaf advice service at Wolverhampton. We need to make it known to the government and Wolverhampton Council that it would be impact to close any deaf services.