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Wishing Edith Dunse Good Luck

MK CIL would like to wish our volunteer and Trustee Edith Dunse the very best of luck tonight at the Pride in Milton Keynes awards. Have a lovely evening. We will look forward to hearing how you got on next…
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AGM- Thank you

Thank you to everyone who attended our AGM on Wednesday. We hope you all found it interesting. Everyone is supporting Hate Crime.

Welcome to this week’s Independent Living Newsletter

Welcome to this week’s Independent Living Newsletter   30.09.15 Contents: 1. DRILL – what’s that? 2. Employment chances 3. Restaurants miss out on millions 4. What we’ve been talking about this week 5. Changing Places at National Trust 6. Latest snippets – reversing mirrors; Silver Sunday  …
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Grow Your Tenner 2015

Once again MK CIL is seeking your support with its fundraising efforts  through the Localgiving Grown Your Tenner appeal. Grow Your Tenner is Localgiving’s flagship national match fund campaign, matching one-time donations pound-for-pound by up to £10, and monthly donations…
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A wonderful bit of kit

When her son offered to buy her an iPad Joyce Kay initially begged him not to waste his money; now she wouldn’t be without it. After her parents died and then her older brother and sister also died, Joyce felt…
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Pavement Obstacles Compaign

Following on from the first Blind Fold challenge which took place in Bletchley High Street the second Blind Fold walk takes place on Tuesday 6th October at 11am outside the library entrance on the High Street in Stony Stratford. Padma…
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The Definition of Disability Hate Crime

This survey seeks to identify how the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) can increase awareness of Disability Hate Crime and provide a true reflection of Disability Hate Crime in London The survey will take no longer than 5 – 7 minutes to…
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Disability Access Research

Rachel Luck a researcher from the Open University that would like to do some research on issues of access to people with a disability in Milton Keynes. Rachel has not defined what access means yet she is hoping you will…
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Welcome To This Week’s Independent Living Newsletter

Hello Newsletter reader Welcome to this week’s Independent Living Newsletter 09.09.15 Contents:   1. WCA to go? 2. iPads and dementia  3. OTs work better with kitchen design software 4. What we’ve been talking about this week 5. New five wheel scooters 6. Latest – is…
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