Editor
Monday 05 December at 07:00

The foundation - run by the Liverpool midfielder - had helped to send Claire and her team to the Deaf World Cup last year with a £5,000 donation - thus hitting the £30,000 target - thanks to a social media campaign run by Claire.
The 27-year-old, who lives in Wellingborough, was able to personally thank Milner at the Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory-themed event, as well as meet his

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Editor
Friday 02 December

Theatres should make more work specifically for young disabled and deaf audiences so that they engage with theatre and performance, a new report has claimed. The strategy to boost attendance by deaf and disabled people is one of five put forward by the Barriers to Access report, which also says theatre companies should reach out more to disabled and deaf communities.
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