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21 February 2013
When the Harlem Shake 'phenomenon' appeared on our radar this time last week, we knew we had to make our own version.
7 February 2013
I wrote a blog about the first series of The Undateables last year. I have been watching the new series of The Undateables for the last few weeks and have enjoyed watching all of the episodes. As someone with a learning disability...
30 January 2013
I was invited to celebrate the first Easy News in Easy Read. I don’t read newspapers because it’s not easy to understand what the words mean and the font can be very difficult to see. I have read the Easy News and it’s fantastic to read.
21 January 2013
I’m sure, like me, you’ve seen face-to-face fundraisers in the street, wearing brightly coloured jackets, trying desperately to engage with members of the public. I’m also sure that, like me, on occasion you’ve done your best to ignore them...
26 November 2012
I have been to South Africa and Lesotho before, and never thought I would be offered a second chance to revisit and to be involved in the World Down’s Syndrome Congress...
18 October 2012
Earlier this month, I spent two days at the Labour Party Conference in Manchester with Rob Holland, our Senior Parliamentary Officer...
5 October 2012
On 30th September I swam the Mencap Mile for charity. It was good though I can’t say I didn’t enjoy it because I did! I did the swim outside in Dorney Lake in Surrey.
27 September 2012
My name is Simon Smith and I live independently in a Mencap Cymru supported living house in Flintshire. In September 2012 I met with Aled Roberts, an Assembly Member (AM) for North Wales, to learn more about what he does.
26 September 2012
On August the 30th, me & my mum set off for the Paralympics. We set off at 2.30pm, got to the station, then on train… I felt excited...
6 September 2012
Lorainne recently celebrated working at Mencap for 30 years. On Friday 31 August 2012 she went to the Olympic Park to see some Paralympics events with some other colleagues. Read Lorainne's account of her day out at the Paralympics!