Curtain Call by Kate Stanforth

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Inclusivity on the Small Screen

Fans of the iconic soap, EastEnders, are eagerly awaiting a new, inclusive storyline exploring one character’s journey in coming to terms with hearing loss.  Writers have been praised for the compelling plot which hopes to increase representation by introducing the


Climb Every Mountain

Hiking is more popular than ever, as many choose to get outdoors as part of a healthy and scenic hobby.  But one man has taken on a mountain of a mission to raise money for a disability charity.  Ross Cunningham,


Bits n’ Pieces

Most of us have spent time playing with Lego at some point or other.  The colourful building bricks can spark imaginations and fit together to build everything from toy rockets to skyscrapers.  But for Rita Ebel, a wheelchair user from



The mum of a young disabled child has used the power of social media to help support other families with disabled children while also finding support for herself.  Now, she wants to encourage more families to head online and connect


A Picture of Accessibility

An art house cinema in Glasgow is blazing a trail for others with their work promoting cinema for all.  The charity-run Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT) is a small cinema with a big reputation, working tirelessly to develop inclusive initiatives for


Get Outdoors!

It’s never too soon to look ahead to spring when it’ll be time to come out of hibernation and explore the great outdoors.  The Outdoor Partnership, a volunteer-run charity based in the scenic Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, certainly agree. 


Ready to Bowl

While bowls may have previously had a reputation for being a pastime reserved for retirement, it’s enjoying a resurgence as a skilled, tactical and accessible sport for all to enjoy. The Aim of the Game During a bowls match, the


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