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Archive for July, 2014

Creative writing session – 26th June ’14

31
Jul
2014

Who was there? Daniel, Luke, Bernie, Jesse and Kate. We had a visitor called Naomi come and do a creative writing workshop for us. We talked about writing our blog and writing stories. 1.)What makes a good blog? Exciting things to read. Something different. Our blog is about learning disabilities and music. 2.) What do […]

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10 reasons why people with learning disabilities don’t have great lives…

29
Jul
2014

…and what we can all do about it.   Removing the blocks & creating a manifesto for change Last year our friends at BILD (The British Institute of Learning Disabilities) asked us to run workshops at their annual conference in Birmingham, which we repeated at he Learning Disability Wales conference in Newport. This enabled me […]

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National Lottery Anniversary Run. Thank you!!

21
Jul
2014

A big thank you to Evie Rothwell and the team at Spirit of 2012 Trust. Evie ran for us in the Natonal Lottery Anniversary Run, a 5k around the Olympic Park and the trust very kindly offered to match every £1 we raised with another £4 up to £4000. At the latest count we’ve raised […]

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Sex and health and rock ‘n roll

13
Jul
2014

Free Health Promotion Training With thanks to East Sussex County Council we’re pleased to be able to announce that we are offering free health promotion training to all our volunteers on the Gig Buddies project to enable natural and non-judgemental conversations to take place between buddies to support people to take healthy lifestyle choices. For […]

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On your marks, get set, go…!

05
Jul
2014

We’ve been given an amazing opportunity to raise funds for our Gig Buddies project by the wonderful Spirit of 2012 Trust and their 5 mile run round the Olympic Park. For every £1 we raise (up to £1000) they will match it with £4. So we’re aiming to raise £1000 in the next two weeks […]

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