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Government announces funding to improve public transport accessibility for disabled people

Shared by Learning Disability Today The government has announced a £2.5 million funding package which will support people with disabilities to travel more confidently on public transport. The funding includes £1.5 million to support 13 Mobility Centres across England and £1 million for lifeline ferries and seaports serving the Isle of Wight and the Isles of Scilly. The Accessibility Minister, Wendy Morton said the money will “help people to access services… and scale up and extend the services [the government] has been…

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Government announces £2.5 million package to improve public transport accessibility for disabled people

Shared by Learning Disability Today The government has announced a £2.5 million funding package which will support people with disabilities to travel more confidently on public transport. The funding includes £1.5 million to support 13 Mobility Centres across England and £1 million for lifeline ferries and seaports serving the Isle of Wight and the Isles of Scilly. The Accessibility Minister, Wendy Morton said the money will “help people to access services… and scale up and extend the services [the government]…

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Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 13

Day 13: Join a friend doing their hobby and find out why they love it Most people have a hobby that they do in their spare time. People have weird and wonderful hobbies of all kinds — from making cheese to geocaching — we all have our reasons for enjoying these activities, and generally want to share our love of them with our friends and family. During lockdown, why not share your hobby with friends or family? Or ask someone…

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One Life Suffolk Health Walks

Please see details below and attached poster for One Life Suffolk’s first ‘Walk and Talk’. “Join us for this special health walk where you can talk in confidence about your wellbeing and make some new friends, or just come along to get some lovely fresh air and exercise!” When? 11th April, starting at 10am • Walking improves longevity and reduces the risk of cancer, heart disease and other deadly diseases. • Being outside increases your Vitamin D levels – these…

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