The Milton Keynes extreme sports centre helping to make dreams come true.
iFly at the Xscape centre in the town has teamed up with a charity to give people with disabilities a taste of skydiving.
Sportability says the aim is to get people out of their wheelchairs and involved in challenging pursuits.
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A local campaigner has hailed Lego's decision to create a character in a wheelchair a victory for disabled children.Read the full story ›
For any child, a trip to America would be a dream come true, especially if it involved riding rollercoasters, swimming with dolphins and meeting Mickey Mouse and friends.
So there was much excitement there was when a group of children from the Anglia region joined 200 others from across the country to fly out to Orlando in Florida at the weekend.
The annual trip is run by the Dreamflight charity, for children living with an illness or disability,
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60 year old victim had obscenities thrown at her by man on a motorbike near The Point.Read the full story ›
A leading charity says people have been shut out of their bathrooms and bedrooms because of a failure to build disability-friendly homes.Read the full story ›
Demonstrators have gathered in Norwich to protest against plans to close factories that employ people with disabilities.
Demonstrators have gathered in Norwich to protest against plans to close tens of factories that employ people with disabilities.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of people are expected to protest in Norwich on Saturday 14th April against plans to close tens of factories that employ people with disabilities.
It comes after a Government announcement in March 2012 that 36 of Remploy's 54 factories are to close because they are not financially viable.
The GMB Union says it could mean compulsory redundancies for 1,752 workers, of which 1,518 are disabled, and that it expects the remaining 18 factories to close in due course.
The Government says the closures will allow the money saved to be spent more effectively.
"We have been absolutely clear that the £320m budget for specialist disability employment services has been protected. But by spending the money more effectively, we can support thousands more disabled people in work."