6th April 2001 at 01:00
Recent winners of Jack Ashley Millennium Awards from the National Deaf Children's Society included: Scarlett Scanlan, 14, who will use her grant of pound;3,628 to set up a website to promote deaf awareness, and five 15-year-old pupils from the Royal School for the Deaf, Exeter, who have been awarded pound;2,765.25 each to funda cultural exchange with a deaf school in Sweden. Gary Chalke, Shelley Chenery, Edward Naughton, Robbie Toft and John Vallance are travelling to Stockholm in May. Awards information from NDCS at 15 Dufferin Street, London EC1Y 8UR. Tel: 020 7490 8656 E-mail:

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