Regular readers of ABLE2UK will be aware mental health is a recurring topic on these very pages. Almost every week we hear of at least one new story shedding light on the illness. Despite the raising awareness authorities believe financial support is drastically low and are campaigning for the government to spend more money to support mental health organisations.
11 November 1918 – a date etched into history, the final day of the First World War. Following their victory English soldiers paraded through streets celebrating the end to a bloody era in British history.
Biffy Clyro have just vainly strode off stage, ashes from the indoor fire display still crisp on the wooden surface, hits played, crowd appreciation set to deafening. #BiffyClyro being scrolled down mobile devices sharing short reviews on the way home, but tonight it’s far from over. Backstage at Glasgow’s O2 Academy a dressing room door is reserved for Slash. In thirty minutes the ex-Guns ‘N’ Roses guitarist will perform with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators, his current offering to the music industry following his time fronting Velvet Revolver.
This year our Halloween mask is dedicated to a woman who can easily be classed as a ‘bully’ when it comes to their views on disabled awareness.
Alistair Darby’s company has quite a bit of catching up to do when it comes to disability awareness. Darby is the CEO of Mitchells & Butlers, a firm most of you may be unfamiliar with, although you are probably aware of a handful of the numerous eating and dining chains the group overlooks.
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