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So sorry  pressed wrong button before I finished, anyway   during lock down one of my paramedic collegues started uploading videos of herself doing short snippets of sign language to songs, she's good at it too, she did level one, but as some of us on station got talking , we thought we would try it. 

The first one we did, and they are only released on Facebook, was a sign language interpretation to you'll never walk alone,  which we wanted to get to captain tom. 

We thought after that we would do another to honour the staff of the NHS who have died because of covid, more poignant now as we list a loved collegue 2 weeks ago to covid, and we did angel by Sarah mclachlan.  

Just before Xmas we did merry Christmas everyone, by shakin stevens. 

All our vids are on Facebook only, dont incure any profits, but we love doing them. 

 

So the help we would need is to have someone help us to translate a song if it has not been done in bsl. Is that possible? 

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Hey Sharon,

what song are you thinking of this time? When it comes to song I find they work best effectually with Sign Supported English. @Jeetus Maximus Sohpal could be a good guy to get in touch with. He did One love on this platform last at the start of the 1st lockdown. 

there is away to message him privately to on his profile page :)

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