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  • Warwick Davis named as one of the Power 100
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    Warwick Davis named as one of the Power 100

    This year’s Power 100, the annual publication of the 100 most influential disabled people in the UK has been published, with Warwick Davis, Matt Haig and Euan MacDonald making the list.

  • Warrington to hold Disability Awareness Day online
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    Warrington to hold Disability Awareness Day online

    Warrington’s Disability Awareness Day is one of the town’s best loved events which is why the organisers were unsure about cancelling this year’s expo, deciding to take it online instead.

  • blue badge
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    5 things you should know about hidden disabilities

    Imagine having someone question you when you pop your blue badge in the car window or when you produce a RADAR key to use an accessible toilet? These are things that happen regularly to people living with hidden disabilities, to help us all understand a little more about hidden disabilities and the experiences of those who have them, here are five things you should know about people with less visible accessibility needs.

  • signs
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    Learn signs this International Day of Sign Languages

    Did you know that there are over 300 different sign languages in use? That’s a lot of languages! And what better time to learn one (or more!) of these languages than on International Day of Sign Languages which takes place on the 23rd September every year.

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    Disability-led theatre company work with National Theatre of Scotland to bring covid-19 inspired work to life

    Birds of Paradise Theatre Company is Scotland’s first touring theatre company that employs disabled and no disabled actors. It has been working with theatre makers across Scotland to make theatre more accessible and has recently teamed up with them on the National Theatre of Scotland led Scenes for Survival season, which features work that was created in response to the coronavirus outbreak.