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Stay up Late – Glasgow Launch Event

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    Many people with learning disabilities, including autism, have limited access to venues and events in Glasgow and are not always able to ‘Stay Up Late’. This may include going out to see bands, clubbing, or seeing friends , witch is part of everyday life, which most people take for granted. However, if you […]

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Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival

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Event Scottish Mental Health arts festival Date 10 – 29 October were Throughout Scotland Theme Reclaim website https://www.mhfestival.com/   By engaging with artists, connecting with communities and forming collaborations, we celebrate the artistic achievements of people with experience of mental health issues, exploring the relationship between creativity and the mind, and promoting positive mental health […]

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Successful completion of Stories & Songs project in West Lothian

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Limelight Music has just completed the Stories & Songs project, which has been implemented in partnership with West Lothian Council. The inclusive educational programme was delivered to 16 nursery schools. Stories and Songs is a fully inclusive 12 week project, specifically designed to be delivered in nursery schools incorporating interactive movement, music, songs and storytelling. […]

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Scotland’s national Learning Disability Week

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This year, Scotland’s national Learning Disability Week will be held from Monday 15th – Sunday 21st May. The theme for the week is Looking Back , Thinking Forward , the week is run by the Scottish Commission for Learning Disability. Across the country, we want people, communities and organisations to reflect on their own histories, […]

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Disabled Access Day 2017 Announcement

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Disabled Access Day is an annual event, raising awareness of the access issues faced by many disabled people. The first event was held on Saturday, January 17, 2015 and over 200 organisations took part across the UK and further afield. Following on from the success of the pilot, the second event more than quadrupled in size […]