Grassroots charity promoting the right for people with learning disabilities to have a choice about how they live their lives

Archive for October, 2017

Nadine Dorries MP and the art of not saying sorry

30
Oct
2017

I wasn’t planning on writing anything this week. I’m still recovering from what was the best Annual General Meeting we’ve ever had. An afternoon of discussions and ideas followed by a wonderful night of punk chaos at a packed Green Door Store in Brighton. (I’ll write up what happened when I’ve had a bit of […]

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No Bedtimes – A DJ’s perspective of clubbers being told what time to leave

23
Oct
2017

I first met Chris probably 20 years ago when he was DJing at one of Carousel’s Blue Camel Club nights in Brighton. Chris has since gone on to become an active member of the charity and regularly volunteers in our office, chairs our Storm and Thunder Team meetings, and continue to use his awesome DJing […]

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No Bedtimes – the agenda for our annual general meeting/conference

16
Oct
2017

Stay Up Late – 2017 No Bedtimes Annual General Meeting timings: 1pm – Gathering and getting to know people at your tables 1.15pm – Official business         A look back at last year         Official Stay Up Late charity business (votes by trustees) 1.40pm – Short ice breaker game […]

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Bluebird Club Crawley – clubbing in Crawley, West Sussex

09
Oct
2017

In another of our series of articles from club nights around the country we’ve got one that’s a little nearer to home for us, The Bluebird Club Crawley, in West Sussex. Thanks to Matt from Matt Laird from the Crawley Wellbeing team for telling us a bit more about their nights. How did the Bluebird Club […]

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Storm And Thunder Meeting 06/10/17

06
Oct
2017

Notes from The Storm and Thunder Minutes Who was At The Meeting: Chris Love Daniel Chris Rider Luc Bernie Holly and Harri Who Couldn’t Come: Claire David Kate Rami Jennie Ellen News From The Team : Holly Saw Flaman Scoop last week Chris Rider Moved Flat into A Nice Big House went Shoosh Wednesday Night […]

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