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Your Voice January-February 2020

Your Voice January-February 2020

Welcome to Shropshire Disability Network's first newsletter of 2020! Check out the invitations to the accessible wildlife session with the Beautiful Burial Ground Project and to SDN's spring Members' Meeting. Read the excellent contributions by...
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Views on Care for Adults with Learning Disabilities

Views on Care for Adults with Learning Disabilities

A wide-ranging engagement has been launched by Telford & Wrekin Council to shape the future of care for adults with learning disabilities and their families. Telford & Wrekin Council understands the need to ensure that adults with learning...
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Difficult Decisions, Help us to Prioritise and Align Clinical Policies

Difficult Decisions, Help us to Prioritise and Align Clinical Policies

Shropshire Disability Network have been asked by Deaf n Able to promote the Survey (Difficult Decisions, Help us to Prioritise and Align Clinical Policies) This is initially for all the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG's) within the county boundary...
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BT to retain some payphones in Shropshire that were proposed for removal

BT to retain some payphones in Shropshire that were proposed for removal

Last Shropshire Disability Network shared with you information regarding BT's proposal to remove 75 payphones in the county, giving you an opportunity to share your views by taking part in a consultation. (https://shropshiredisability.net/bt-payphone...
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Could 5G technology deliver health and care services in rural Shropshire?

Could 5G technology deliver health and care services in rural Shropshire?

Shropshire Council has welcomed the award of Government funding to support a two-year project that will examine how emerging 5G technology can be used to deliver health and social care services in rural areas – including parts of Shropshire. The c...
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Storm Denis-new via Shropshire VCSA

Storm Denis-new via Shropshire VCSA

Shropshire Council has opened a rest centre in Shrewsbury for those affected by the floods caused by the rainfall during Storm Dennis. The rest centre is at the United Reform Church in Coleham Head, SY3 7BJ. Shelter, a hot drink and support will b...
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News from Wem Town Hall

News from Wem Town Hall

Each month Wem Town Hall hold Dementia Friendly shows as well as Songs from the Movies: Interactive Singing sessions for People with Dementia. From March 2020 they will be adding in a dementia friendly movie matinee on different day to allow for g...
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Native Small Mammals-An Interactive Session

Native Small Mammals-An Interactive Session

Once again Shropshire Disability Network have been given an opportunity by Caring for God's Acre to have an afternoon session, this time looking at Native Small Mammals.  Join fellow members in the Beautiful Burial Ground Project to find out about o...
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News from Ludlow.

News from Ludlow.

Last year, on the 12th June, staff going to Loudwater studio were met by the horrific sight of the flooding, resulting in it being closed for 7 months. This was a very difficult time for everyone. After lots of hard work, they are pleased to say Lou...
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Difficult Decisions - CCG visiting Cafe DEAFvibe

Difficult Decisions - CCG visiting Cafe DEAFvibe

It would be helpful if our readers would raise awareness that following email correspondence with CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) - they have agreed to attend the Cafe DEAFvibe on Saturday 8th February 2020 (see poster below) Please give your supp...
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Tea with a Pony

Tea with a Pony

Are you or someone you know living with dementia or other disabilities? If so, why not join us at the Cavlier Centre for a new experience-Tea with a  Pony! The Cavalier Centre in the heart of the beautiful Shropshire Hills near Much Wenslock. The...
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A Fabulously Inclusive Festival

A Fabulously Inclusive Festival

The 5th LGBT+ History Festival is now taking place in venues around Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin from 26th January to 5th March. The festival is entirely volunteer run and offers an exciting programme of events open to all. The idea is to inc...
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