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The Lawnmowers is launching a youth theatre for people aged between 11 and 17 on Saturday mornings. These sessions are a chance to learn skills in drama and dance and have great fun! Also, you will get a chance to perform at festivals and gain a...
The Pool of Sound is a specialist music project based in Newcastle upon Tyne which mainly provides one to one music sessions for a wide spectrum of people with learning and physical disabilities. They support people to create, rehearse, perform and...
The latest Linskill Community Newsletter contains details of groups and events as well how to support the centre by voting for them in the LIoyds Community Fund. Click on the link below to read the newsletter.
CreateABILITY, at the Percy Hedley Foundation, is offering creative sessions throughout the day on a pay as you go basis from large scale printing to tyre painting. All sessions are tailored to the individuals needs and are now £10 which includes a...
Catch up with the latest from Newcastle Society for Blind People. This newsletter lists useful contacts, some exciting new groups and events, and much, much more. To read the newsletter, click on the link below. If you have any difficulties opening or...
Calvert Trust Kielder have an offer for adult respite care breaks from 21- 28 October 2013. Monday 21 October - Friday 25 October £443 (4 nights for the price of 3) Friday 25 October - Monday 28 October £443 Adult respite care holidays are for those who...
Are you aged between 16 and 19 years old? Would you like to make and star in your own film? Beacon Hill Arts BFI Film Academy are looking for the next generation of talented young people with learning disabilities, autism or additional needs who are ...
Fixers aim to tackle issues affecting everyone today, often based on ideas from their own experiences. The Fixer organisation, is a national movement of young people tackling issues they feel strongly about to make a difference to others. Lewis Beeston...
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Newcastle Society for Blind People has some exciting news to tell you. Please click on the link below to find out about the changes.
Two thirds believe London 2012 created a lasting legacy within the workplace as disability awareness soars a year after Games 67% believe the profile and awareness of disability has been raised generally 65% believe that disabled people are better...