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Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope responds to the announcement that tens of thousands of railway staff in Wales are being trained in understanding disabled passengers’ needs.
At 5pm on 13 February 2021, Leonard Cheshire will livestream on its Facebook page the final of its pan-Wales, pan-disability dance competition, Strictly Cymru, highlighting the journeys of its 18 finalists who make up the final 9 acts from across...
Cardiff man Chris Jones has rowed the distance between Cardiff and London to raise thousands of pounds for leading disability charity Leonard Cheshire’s urgent PPE appeal.
Disabled people from all over Wales have waltzed into 2020 for Strictly Cymru – the country’s renowned inclusive dance competition.
Countless disabled people in Wales cannot use 21 per cent of railway stations because there is no step-free access.
Strictly Cymru will swing into Wrexham for its second heat as local disabled dancers compete for a place in the finals in the national competition.
Disabled people of all ages came from across Swansea to meet with local politicians have their say on how their city is and is not working for them.
Welsh disabled youngsters took on politicians from Labour, Conservatives, Plaid Cymru and the Brexit Party in a Question Time-style showdown at the Welsh Assembly on 15 July.
Disabled people from across Wales came together with politicians, including deputy Welsh leader of the Labour Party Carolyn Harris MP and Welsh Government Finance Minister Rebecca Evans AM, to discuss how to make Wales more disability-friendly at a...
After six dance-offs, five towns and cities, and six months of close competition, the winners of Wales’ first inclusive dance competition, Strictly Cymru, were crowned in Caernarfon on Saturday (11 May).