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Families set to benefit through MegaCycle Festival challenge

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Cambridgeshire families with personal experience of spina bifida and hydrocephalus will be among those soon taking part in the Shine Megacycle Festival to benefit other children with these conditions. The Megacycle event, which runs from 10:30am to 6pm on Saturday 4th July, starts…

Ash to headline at inclusive gold standard winning venue, Chase Park

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Irish rock legends Ash have been confirmed to perform at the fifth annual Chase Park Festival in Gateshead this summer. The festival, which takes place on Saturday 8th August, will also feature London's chart-topping indie folk foursome Turin Brakes, Sunderland's Field Music-backed outfit…

MegaCycle helps Peterborough get active

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Given the news that thousands of people in Britain are giving up sport, it’s good news that families across Peterborough will be getting active this summer! The Shine Megacycle Festival, taking place at Ferry Meadows on Saturday 4th July, 10.30am-6pm, opens with a…

Hari’s Shine-y new Wheels for Life!

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A young boy from Grantham has received a new lease of life with a specialised tricycle arranged through the charity Shine. Five year old Hari Knight has hydrocephalus and cerebral palsy, causing weakness on his right side and problems with balance, spatial awareness,…

Kate Steele takes the helm as new Shine CEO

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Kate Steele (MBA) has been appointed Acting CEO for Shine, the national charity supporting people with spina bifida and hydrocephalus. Kate, who was formerly director of Shine CYMRU and of the charity’s regional services in England, comes with a background in services development…

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