#Chances4Children: 50,000 people sign up for BSL lessons from Deaf and partially sighted teen


More than 50,000 have taken part in British Sign Language (BSL) lessons run by a Deaf and partially-sighted 15-year-old boy.

Tyrese Dibba was born with CHARGE syndrome. Picture: Sense
Tyrese Dibba was born with CHARGE syndrome. Picture: Sense

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