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Deaf Awareness Week 2018

May 1

Deaf awareness information and resources We have free booklets, DVDs and posters with deaf awareness tips to help hearing people communicate with deaf children: at home in school in after-school clubs, activities and other social settings at the doctor’s surgery.

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Local And Community History Month 2018

May 1

The aim of the month is to increase awareness of local history, promote history in general to the local community and encourage all members of the community to participate. Activities happen across the UK and include trips, library exhibitions and local lectures.  It is a great way for groups to highlight local history and for…

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Make May Purple /Action On Stroke Month 2018

May 1

Make May Purple for stroke is the Stroke Association's annual stroke awareness month, which takes place every May. Friends, families and communities are invited to show their support for people who have been affected by stroke. We are planning for 2018 and asking you to think about ways that you can get involved, to raise…

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National Share A Story Month 2018

May 1

National Share-A-Story Month (NSSM) is an annual celebration of the power of storytelling and story sharing, providing a fantastic opportunity to fulfil the core aim of the FCBG of bringing children and stories together. Across the country Federation book groups and individuals run a whole host of events. Each year we are inspired by a specific…

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National Walking Month 2018

May 1

May is National Walking Month. National Walking Month is a campaign to promote the benefits of walking and to get everyone walking, no matter what your level of fitness is.  Walking is simple and free and one of the easiest ways to be more active, lose weight and become healthier.

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Viral Meningitis Awareness Week 2018

May 1

1. Molleret’s meningitis is the name given to a recurring form of meningitis. This is a rare condition believed to be caused in many cases by infection with a member of the herpes family of viruses. If you have experienced viral meningitis more than once, we would encourage you to ask your GP to investigate it…

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