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More dates for our Watersports Programme at Castle Semple

The Watersports Programme is ongoing and everyone who has attended has thoroughly enjoyed the activities on offer at Castle Semple Visitor Centre, Lochwinnoch, PA12 4EA. Activities available include: sailing, kayaking canoeing and powerboating.

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We are all set up at the Independent Living Scotland tomorrow and Wednesday. Please come and visit us on our stand at the SECC, Glasgow - we look forward to seeing you there.
There are 20 free workshops and seminars across the two show days. The format of these sessions will enable visitors to see products in action and ask questions of suppliers; to understand how charities and associations can help and to hear from others sharing advice, inspiration and innovation.
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Get your tickets for The Digby Brown Winter Dinner Dance for Spinal Injuries Scotland on Friday 6th November 2015. Last year's event was great fun with Alistair Campbell on bagpipes, Des Clarke, happy video, general chaos and dancing, dinner, Kevin Bridges, car prize draw, live band and dancing, casino, auction...
Des Clarke, stand up comedian and Capital breakfast show presenter, is booked to present it again but the rest of what will happen will be a surprise on the night.
Spinal Injuries Scotland members should email or phone 0141 427 7686 to get tickets.
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It is that time of year again when we start working towards one of our really big nights of the year: The Digby Brown Winter Dinner Dance for Spinal Injuries Scotland. Friday 6th November, at the Gla...

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Thanks to Cameron Halsall for starting a new fundraising campaign that highlights the difficulty of adapting to a spinal injury. Following a spinal injury last year Cameron is working towards getting back to work as a secondary school teacher. To raise money for Spinal Injuries Scotland and awareness of the challenges living with a spinal injury he will push from his accommodation to the train station every work day for the next month, whatever the weather, whatever the temperature, whatever his physical condition. He will post a different selfie for each day, to show you what it's like. Follow him on Twitter:
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Well done to Spinal Injuries Scotland member Marion Nisbet for asking about the problems disabled people face using buses at both First Group and Stagecoach AGMs. Hear her talk about her experiences in this video:
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What you are doing for SIS

Let us know what you are doing in 2015

Push to the train station every week day in October

Cameron Halsall
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Bank of Scotland Great Scottish 10K

Kevin White
4th of October 2015
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New York Marathon 2015

Kerry Hird
1st November 2015
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Various Cycling Events

Nicola Laurenson
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Half Marathon a Month for a Year

Norman Dixon
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