Help in Christmas Toyland

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Getting the right Christmas toy for any child can be tricky. But for the parents of children with disabilities it can be extra challenging. It is not always certain that a disabled child will have the motor skills to manage the toy they have set their heart on, or be able to use it to […]

Trust Links’ organically grown £3 veggie bags launched

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Trust Link Launches new Veggie Bags TrustLinks grows fresh organically grown vegetables at our Growing Together Gardens in Westcliff, Shoeburyness and Thundersley. To share our successful seasonal produce with everyone, we have launched our £3 veggie bags! There’s no need to order online or pay over the top at the Deli. The produce we supply […]

These boots are made for walking…

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Teresa Alvarez explores the world of footwear and asks, are manufacturers really offering what we want? Last Christmas my wish list to Santa contained just one thing; a pair of just-below-the-knee boots. “That’s a simple wish,” I hear you say. “There are lots of shoe sites online; you must have been overwhelmed by the sheer […]

Good quality Mobile phone services and accessories, are provided to disabled people by law

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The US mobile phone technological company AT&T, has said recently that they are to develop more accessible products and services for disabled people; such as providing phone bills and other documents written in Braille for the blind and large print for the visually impaired; and will aim to provide better technology and service to people […]

Charity

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Are there any charity shops in your local town? Do you use them? Would you welcome more, or prefer to see fewer on your High Street? Do you think they are an important part of your community? Charity shops have been quite a hot topic in recent months, with much interest focussed on their value […]