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    Lincolnshire Young Voices: Get Involved

    Do you want to make a positive change for young disabled people in Lincolnshire? Do you want to meet like-minded people and be a part of something special? Do you passionately believe that people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) deserve to have their voices heard?   Read More...

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    A Week in the Life of the Lincolnshire Cerebral Palsy Society

    What a week it’s been for us here at the Lincolnshire Cerebral Palsy Society. Last week saw our 65th AGM which marked the long reign of our charity and all its previous guises. In turn, yesterday saw us crack open the coffee beans in celebration as we hosted our first Coffee Morning in Lincoln City Centre.   Read More...

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    Lincolnshire Cerebral Palsy Society

    Lincolnshire Cerebral Palsy Society has been established for almost 65 years. But what is the charity’s mission? Well, they aim to lend a helping hand to those who are affected by Cerebral Palsy (CP).   Read More...

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    Making Participation Work

    So, if you’re a regular to the Written Wheel site, you may know that I’m a committee member of Lincolnshire Young Voices. And if you’re one of the lucky few who are privy to the ramblings I post on Facebook, you’ll also be aware that last week, my friend and fellow LYV buddy, were asked to represent our group at the Making Participation Work: Children and Young People’s Conference in London. I know you want to zone out, click off this page and go for a cat nap at th...  Read More...

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    Lincolnshire Young Voices: Inspiring Change

    I don’t know about you, but I think there’s something illogical about the saying, ‘before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes’. And no, I don’t think that because I can’t actually walk; it just goes against human nature. Sure, we shouldn’t be judgemental of anyone, but to judge someone is also to form an opinion of them and what they stand for, so as long as these judgements are informed, then what’s the problem?   Read More...

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