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Everyday at Henshaws we work with people with amazing stories. Stories that manage to surprise us, excite us and ultimately, inspire us.
The Henshaws blog tries to capture some of these by sharing stories and information from and for people living with sight loss and disability.
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Karen, a service user in Newcastle, talks to us about her preparation for the Great North Run.
We speak to two members at our Over 50s exercise class - Sylvia and Kathleen - to find out what they’ve gained from the classes.
Alastair, a Henshaws volunteer who runs a triathlon club to support our service users to get involved in sport, reflects on their challenges so far.
We’re excited to bring you our first blog post from Henshaws ambassador and paralympic swimmer Hannah Russell.
During the Spring Bank half term we took a group of children and young people to Chill Factore for a beginner’s taster ski-ing session: Fiona tells us more about their fab day out.
Here is one of our supporters, Dan Stephen, explaining why he took part in the London Marathon 2015 for Henshaws.
British Blind Archery Champion David Poyner has been campaigning for Blind Archery to reach the World Championships - and in 2015 it'll finally become a reality.
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