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Are the UK's top visitor attractions accessible enough? New study released today

UK’s top tourist attractions need to work harder on accessibility or risk losing out on vital income, warns disability charity Vitalise  As new Vitalise study finds tourist venues could risk missing out on a share of £212 billion a year value of ...

Mission accomplished – Octonauts visit Manchester Children’s Hospital

Kwazii and Peso, from the Octonauts, undertook a super special mission recently, visiting children at the Manchester Children’s Hospital. Susan Fairclough, therapeutic and specialised play service manager at the Manchester Children’s Hospital said:...

Date for the Diary - Autism Conference

Hillingdon Manor School will be holding an Autism Conference on Saturday 22nd November. The conference is for carers, families and professionals who want to increase their knowledge on autism. Speakers include Anna Kennedy  OBE Austin Hughes,...

CLASS ACT ON SITE SAFETY FROM ANELAY

William Anelay Ltd, the construction team working with The Art House to breathe new life into Wakefield's Drury Lane Library, took time out from working on the grade II listed building to go back to the classroom to offer local children a lesson in con...

Wikipedia founder, Jimmy Wales confirmed to speak at Bett 2015

Jimmy Wales, the founder of the fifth most popular website in the world has been announced as a keynote speaker at Bett 2015. As the inspiration behind Wikipedia - one of the most-referenced online encyclopedias - Wales is a highly sought after visiona...

Schools ‘special needs support’ company wins UK award

Special needs company, The Root of It, has won Best New Business at this year’s National Entrepreneur’s Convention at The ICC in Birmingham, beating 392 other companies in the process. Founded less than 18 months ago, The Root of It offers special nee...

New study links infections in childhood to hearing loss later in life

Common childhood infections, such as tonsillitis and ear infections, may lead to hearing loss later in life, according to recent research from charity Action on Hearing Loss and Newcastle University as part of the ongoing 1947 Newcastle Thousand Families ...

Mosaic appoints NatCen to evaluate mentoring in schools programme

One in four children in the UK live below the poverty line, affecting their education, long term job aspirations and life chances. Yet little has been officially recognised about the positive change in friendships, confidence, self-esteem and attitudes th...
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Nystagmus Network - Wobbly Wednesday

Landmarks light-up Some might say that the success of Wobbly Wednesday is a landmark in the spreading of nystagmus awareness; others might tell you about the three world famous landmarks taking part.  Our colleagues at the American Nystagmus Network g...
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