Love is in the air . . .

PRODUCERS of a new TV series about single people looking for romance want to hear from people who would like to be involved in the programmes.

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Grants of £40,000 for disabled politicians

DISABLED people wanting to be an MP or a councillor can get up to £40,000 to cover the extra costs in gaining election.

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Hello from The Bank Workers Charity

WE ARE really pleased to be supporting All Together NOW! If you haven’t heard about us, read on to see how we might be able to help you.

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Twenty kids’ gardening books to be won

WE HAVE 20 prizes in this super gardening competition – copies of an inspiring book for kids that is bursting with garden projects to make, cook and cr

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Judge allows dementia sufferer to go home

A LEADING dementia campaigner, now suffering with the illness herself, has been allowed to move back to her own house after the Court of Protection ruled that she could undertake a trial period of home-based care rather than being kept in a care home against her wishes.

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Brrrrr . . . our new issue will warm you up!

THERE’s plenty to warm you up in the latest issue of All Together NOW! – including news about a disabled-friendly holiday in India!

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Specsavers: Rising number of people unable to get to the opticians

Worrying statistics recently released by the RNIB show that increasing numbers of people are neglecting their eyesight. Specsavers Healthcall provides eyecare services at home to those who cannot visit a high street optician unaccompanied due to physical or mental disability.

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Countdown for major disability show

ONE of the biggest disability healthcare shows in the UK is heading to Manchester. The IIC Show is set to be the most comprehensive shopping and resource event on disability/mixed ability in the North of England.

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Bank Workers Charity

I am Fred Payne, chief executive officer at the Bank Workers Charity. We were founded in 1883 as the Bank Clerks Orphanage. Since then we have seen a lot of change, but one thing remains the same – we exist to support current and former bankers and their families across the UK. We do this […]

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Disability champion Ann Darnbrough dies

ONE of the UK’s greatest champions for disabled people, Ann Darnbrough, has died. Ann spent most of her life fighting social injustice, constantly speaking up for the underdog, and continually challenging bureaucracy.

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