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The alternative to Glastonbury

IT MAY not quite be up to Glastonbury but the FIRST ever music festival for people with a learning disability and autism, their families and carers is going to take the New Forest by storm this summer.

New competition for autistic artists

PEOPLE of all ages with autism are being given a chance to show off their creative talents by entering a new national competition focusing on art and technology.

Ex-Corrie star sings our praises

EX-Corrie actor Steven Arnold sang the praises of your FREE All Together NOW! newspaper at Warrington's Disability Awareness Day.

How’s this for a dress?

AS FAR as we are aware, this is a world first: The first ever designer dress made to not only be worn by a wheelchair user - but to totally be designed around the wheelchair itself!

Joy is one cool gran in a show not to forget

THE CURTAIN is about to come down on a show that has been wowing audiences all over the UK about the bond between a woman losing her memory and her carer – her own grandson.

Deaf and disabled dance programme at Sadler’s Wells

THE curtains have gone up on the first of a year-long programme of some of the most exciting and innovative dance created and performed by deaf and disabled artists at London’s Sadler’s Wells Theatre.

It’s time to REACH your potential

CHORLEY and South Ribble’s Disability Awareness REACH event will be bigger and better than ever, say the organisers.

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