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New Educational Lead shares her heart for families and schools

    • Jan Tippett
Shine is delighted to welcome Jan Tippett as its new Education Lead. Besides being the parent of someone with hydrocephalus and spina bifida, Jan has been a teacher of English in secondary schools and an examiner and moderator for English A Level, before…

Why Aidan is taking on the challenge of his life

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Shine Treasurer Aidan Kehoe is embarking on a challenging adventure as he takes on the Patagonia Trek this month. Aidan, Chief Executive at Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust, will be tackling challenging, beautiful and often inhospitable terrain to raise funds…

Lighting up the world one building at a time...

    • national library lit for shine 2017
    • spinnaker tower
    • andover guildhall
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You may have spotted something different over the last fortnight. Something a bit brighter. Venues across the country lit up in gold, yellow or white on World Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Day to highlight the mental health challenges people experiencing these conditions can…

Maya's Story - Awareness Week 2017

    • Maya's Story - Awareness Week 2017
On the 12th October 2011 our beautiful daughter Maya was born and she was just perfect, weighing just over 7lb with 10 little fingers and 10 little toes. The only difference was that Maya had Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus. Now several years later…

Joshua's Story - Awareness Week 2017

    • Josh's Story - Awareness Week 2017
Shine member Josh who has Hydrocephalus recently spent time with our HQ fundraising and marketing teams as part of his school work shadowing placement. Josh says: "It's been interesting to see what goes on behind the scenes and how much goes on in…

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