Event title: Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival marking World AIDS Day Venue: The Hive, Belmont, Shrewsbury, SY1 1TE Weblink:www.rainbowfilmfestival.org.uk Name: Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival Email:email@example.com Telephone: 01743 249888 Event description: Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival are marking World AIDS Day, December 1st, with a screening of ‘Vivant! (Alive!)’.
A film filled with humour and breathtaking aerial photography, Alive! Reminds us all of the value of life and of living it to the fullest. An adrenalin-fuelled film – not to be missed.
French with English subtitles.
For the first time we have joined in by having our own Christmas Cards in the pop up Charity Christmas Card Shop at St. Mary’s Church, Shrewsbury.
The shop opened on Friday 23rd October & remains open until Saturday 5th December inclusive.
The opening times are Monday to Saturday, 10.15 to 4.00 pm.
Sunday 15th November will be a special day the shop will open as part of the Chocolate Festival being held over three days at the Church. Please come along and support Shropshire Disability Network.We have members volunteering at the shop on Wednesday 25th November.
Our cards have been designed by Alison Staples, daughter of Peter our newsletter editor. Cards cost £3.99 for a pack of 10 cards with envelopes. (2 designs)
If you would like to purchase cards but can not go to the Charity Christmas Card Shop call our mobile 07780 852 229 or email firstname.lastname@example.org & we will try to help. We will have to charge charge postage should we have to post packs to you.
Click here for details of “Wheel for All” Shropshire-Autumn programme (October -December 2015) Cycling
Every session will be supported by skilled & experienced staff. There will be a range of adapted cycles to suit all abilities. Come along & bring your friends & family too. We have a special Christmas ride on Saturday 19th December, why not join us?
If you want to book a ride or would like to know more information ie about adapted bikes please call Ian Tierney on 01925 234213 or email email@example.com
Michael McCarthy who was in a car accident as a child which left him paralysed, blind, epileptic & with learning difficulties will tell us his story which includes learning to walk again, publishing 4 book & running the London Marathon.
Ludlow at St. Peters Church, Monday 9th November 10.30 am -12.30 pm.
We will be having a visit from Pauline Rose of the Vision Technology & Training Service plus a game of Boccia. If you would like to come to the Christmas lunch in December please bring your payment (2 courses £14.50 or 3 courses £16.50 each)
Shrewsbury Cycling at Sundorne Sports Village-Wednesday 18th November.
This is the last session for 2015, we hope to take some photographs.
Monday 23rd November at Roy Fletcher Centre, Shrewsbury 2 pm -4 pm
We will be having a talk from Shropshire Disability Network and will also be welcoming by a Sister and Matron from the Ophthalmology Department at the hospital who are coming along to learn more about patient experiences of NHS Eye Care services following our recent report. Please note that if you would like to come on the Christmas lunch in December please bring your payment (balance is £6 or full payment £16).
For details of Cricket for Sight Loss please go to the “Active Lifestyle” tab on this website
Empathy for special children has been delivering social opportunities & support to families growing up with High Functioning Autism & associated additional needs in Craven Arms and Oswestry for 5 years now and this service is even more in demand now.
A development plan is in place to take forward the expansion of the service both geographically for current provision and brand new services for those within our remit. Whether you are a parent, carer, Grandparent, Auntie, Uncle etc, we would be grateful if you could complete our short survey by clicking here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VJNQD7K
Shropshire Football Association are pleased to announce that Shrewsbury Town In The Community have been awarded a licence by The FA to host the new Talent Identification Programme for disabled young players for the 2015/ 16 season.
TIPs will commence with an England Talent Day before leading into a six week prescriptive player assessment/signposting period.England Talent Day is an integral part of The FA’s new Disability Talent Pathway, identifying young players aged between 12-16 years old for 2015/16 season.