Keep the Sound is DeafHear’s national campaign to raise awareness of the risks to hearing health from listening to music at dangerously high sound levels and to encourage safe listening habits among teenagers and adults.
The Keep the Sound campaign was officially launched on March 2nd, 2015, in the Mansion House, Dublin by the Lord Mayor Cllr. Christy Burke.
Keep the Sound Campaign
Update Autumn 2015!
The Keep the Sound Campaign Team will soon be back on the road after the summer break. In September we will be visiting Loreto Secondary School in Balbriggan, County Dublin, on September 16th, and St Patrick’s College in Drumcondra, Dublin, on September 21st. In October the Keep the Sound campaign will be in the North West, visiting schools in Letterkenny and Sligo.
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Loreto School scores a First in the Keep the Sound Campaign!
The Keep the Sound Campaign was invited to visit Loreto Secondary School for girls in Balbriggan, Co. Dublin on 16th September last.
Do you listen to loud music?
Check out this video from students at the University of Washington!
Welcome to Noisy News!
This is our free quaterly Newsletter updating you on all stories, events and information on the Keep the Sound Campaign.
In our first edition read all about noise levels on Dublin's O'Connell Street. We recorded noise levels on Irelands main street...
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