Deaf people asked to feedback on their experiences of Commonwealth Games

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As Scotland prepares for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, a charity is urging deaf sports fans from Milngavie and Bearsden and those with hearing loss to share their experiences of travelling to and accessing venues or watching the event on TV.

Action on Hearing Loss Scotland would like to hear from you whether your experience is positive or negative.

The charity says that deaf awareness and fully working induction loops at main ticket or information points in transport hubs and Games venues are vital for the 160,000 people in Scotland who wear hearing aids.


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