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Man with spina bifida spurned by bus company - again

    • Jamie Wildman
Access for disabled people has hit the news again, as a man with spina bifida has been denied access to a bus - on two separate occasions. Jamie Wildman from Hitchin has spina bifida. He doesn't have a car, so relies on buses…

New ‘MOT’ service in Oxford helps children with spina bifida

    • New clinic at the John Radcliffe Children's Hospital in Oxford means fewer visits to hospital for children with spina bifida
A new clinic at Oxford children’s hospital is making life easier for families affected by spina bifida. The multidisciplinary clinic at the John Radcliffe Children's Hospital in Oxford, is enabling children with spina bifida to meet all the specialists they need on one…

Tickets go on sale for the Shine Megacycle festival 2015!

    • Shine Megacycle
Shine has launched an exciting cycle event with accessible route options, which will be held at Ferry Meadows, Peterborough on the 4th July 2015 and will help to raise money to support everyone living with spina bifida and hydrocephalus. The Shine Megacycle aims to…

Attitude is Everything announces headliners for Club Attitude 2015

    • Club Attitude
Attitude is Everything, the charity dedicated to improving deaf and disabled people’s access to live music, has announced that UK psych-rock band TOY will headline Club Attitude this year. Club Attitude is an inclusive gig showcasing exemplary live music accessibility for deaf and disabled…

Rowan gears up for 24-hour charity radio marathon

    • Rowan gears up for 24-hour charity radio marathon
Rowan Ford, 19 from Newton Abbot, will be embarking on an demanding 24-hour radio marathon to support people with spina bifida and hydrocephalus on Valentines Day. Rowan, who dedicates his spare time to working for local charity ‘Hannahs’ as the assistant radio station manager…


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