Wednesday, April 17, 2024



Budget falls short for so many

CHANCELLOR Jeremy Hunt’s Spring Budget has failed to address many of the issues affecting disabled people and carers, say all the major charities.

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Carers’ views wanted for new Strategy

ARE you one of Britain’s 5.7 million unpaid carers? If so your views could help shape a new National Carers Strategy.

Energy price cap is nowhere near enough

THE energy price cap fall of an average of £238 will bring little relief to disabled households, says disability charity Sense.

Unpaid carers save the nation a staggering £160 billion every year

FAMILY and other loved ones are carrying out more than £160 billion worth of unpaid care every year in England and Wales

Snap to it! Calling all budding photographers with Down’s syndrome

PEOPLE with Down’s syndrome are being urged to enter the My Perspective 2023, the international photography competition.


Everton’s online stars in 14 goal thriller

EVERTON In The Community’s Down syndrome players showed why they are among the best in the country.

Volunteers wanted to make blind world games best ever

HUNDREDS of volunteers are wanted to make the 2023 International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) World Games the best ever.

Alfie’s scintillating performances simply tops the lot Down Under

BRITAIN's top wheelchair tennis star ALFIE Hewett secured an emotional first Australian Open men’s wheelchair singles title at Melbourne Park today to strengthen his hold on the world No.1 ranking.

Welsh disability snooker tournament is back in action

THE Welsh Open is set to return to the World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) calendar this August for the first time in over three years.


Manchester mayor opens Everton charity’s The People’s Place

THE first purpose-built mental health and wellbeing hub attached to a Premier League football club is now officially open to help people across Merseyside.

Artificial pancreas for 100,000 people with type 1 dabetes

THE LIVES of more than 100,000 people in England and Wales with type 1 diabetes could soon be transformed, thanks to new technology. National charity...

Steve Morgan Foundation’s £50m to cure type 1 diabetes

Steve and Sally Morgan with son, Hugo THE Steve Morgan Foundation has announced a massive £50m donation to transform the lives of people living with...

New blood test to be rolled out for cancer

A NEW cancer diagnostic test with the potential to save hundreds of lives is to be rolled out across Cheshire and Merseyside.

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Never ever give in, says Mike McCartney in moving film about All Together NOW!

MERSEY legend Mike McCartney is sending a heartfelt message to anyone feeling at a low point in their lives – “Never ever give in. There’s always light at the end of the tunnel.”

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