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New centre to improve countryside access

THE country’s first ever specialist centre to open up access to the countryside for wheelchair users and those with mobility needs – as well as horse riders, cyclists and walkers – was launched today (Friday) at Oxfordshire’s Aston Rowant National Nature Reserve.

All smiles as our Smiley van hits the road!

THE All Together NOW! delivery van – kindly donated by the Steve Morgan Foundation – is out and about across the North West, making sure the 'hottest' ever edition your FREE newspaper reaches you!

Independence days now for Amelia!

NINE-year-old Amelia has finally got the wheelchair she needs after finding the NHS's standard wheelchair provision far too heavy. Amelia had been using the same...

Elections to be more accessible for everyone

ELECTIONS will be made more accessible for people with disabilities, the Government has announced.

New therapy could deliver double blow to cancer

A NEW cancer therapy using nanoparticles to deliver a combination therapy direct to cancer cells could be on the horizon, thanks to research from the University of East Anglia.

Sunday’s hosepipe ban called off

THE hosepipe ban due to start in North West England on August 5 has been called off.  

City honours for long-standing charities

TWO of Merseyside’s oldest charities – Medicash and Bradbury Fields – have been awarded the Freedom of the City of Liverpool.