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Your Voice December 2017

The latest version of Your Voice is available for viewing and download. Please log into your account for the latest Christmas information. The SDN Christmas cards are in the shops, it’s Pantomime time and there’s a piece on the Minister of State for Disabled People, Health and Work, Penny Mordaunt MP.

Click here to get your copy: SDN Newsletter for December 2017

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Your Voice August September Now Available For Download

The latest issue of Your Voice is now available to members from the Newsletters page. Don’t forget to sign in in order to download your copy.

This issue has a report on the 8th June meeting with information on Dementia and news from the Inclusively Fit project.

Get the date of the next meeting in your diary – Thursday 21st September.

There’s a piece on the Aquamira Day Centre and Loudwater’s Bake-Off competition. You can also read about the latest actions against discrimination and tribunal news.

Download your copy here:

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Launch of the Inclusively Fit Videos

Shropshire Disability Net promotes activities for people with disabilities and their carers. You can find lots of opportunities for activities on our Be Active Project pages . Now Inclusively fit have launched some videos to inspire you to take the plunge and have a go:

James has visual impairment and is a member of Shropshire RCC’s Sight Loss Opportunity Group (SLOG). He tells us why he enjoys the adaptive cycling sessions at Shrewsbury Sports Village and how it helps him be independent.

Rebecca at Pengwern Boat Club tells us her experience of Para-rowing.

Paul at Telford Sailability Club talks us through the RYA Sailability programme and encourages others to get involved!

Learn more about hosting an event, or becoming more inclusive with your club delivery. Speakers include Mark Fosbrook (English Federation of Disability Sport), Rachel Whitney (Shropshire RCC) and Clive Knight (Community Games Organiser).