1. Lulu’s nephew makes waves in journalism

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    February 4, 2018 by dontbringlulubook

    Joe Terry – a freelance translator and interpreter in Russian and Italian has made a splash with a feature about …
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  2. Sci fi classic to be performed by disabled-led actors.

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    December 23, 2017 by dontbringlulubook

    The story of the radio production of The Midwich Cuckoos written by John Wyndham and performed by the Graeae theatre …
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  3. Special needs’ mum takes selfies on the loo

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    December 9, 2017 by dontbringlulubook

    A British mother is campaigning for disabled toilets with selfies on the loo. Sarah Brisdion’s Changing Places Advent selfies have …
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  4. First Downs Syndrome girl in U.S. beauty show

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    November 28, 2017 by dontbringlulubook

      You can read the story here: https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/first-woman-with-down-syndrome-competes-in-miss-usa-state-pageant-a3702501.html Picture from the Evening Standard

  5. Number of special needs children schooled at home on the rise in UK

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    November 27, 2017 by dontbringlulubook

    In the last five years, their numbers have grown by 57% across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Almost a thousand …
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  6. Downs syndrome theatre launches lighting appeal

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    November 27, 2017 by dontbringlulubook

    The doctor who discovered Downs Syndrome created a theatre for his patients in South West London. The Victorian theatre is …
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  7. Former jazz junior opens EFG London jazz festival

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    November 22, 2017 by dontbringlulubook

    One of Ron Onions’ former jazz disciples opened the EFG London Jazz Festival. Chris Phillips presents the mid-morning show on …
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