Coronet Theatre begins development on ‘hearing loop’

Coronet Theatre begins development on ‘hearing loop’

The Coronet Theatre has been awarded £5000 from the the Theatres Trust towards the installation of a hearing loop at The Coronet Theatre, helping to improve access.    In a statement they announced that ‘With the introduction of an induction loop, our theatre, dance and music productions can be enjoyed properly by...

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Special needs and disability funding under pressure across London

Special needs and disability funding under pressure across London

Special needs and disability support in London schools is facing “unsustainable financial risk” according to a report from London Councils. A “dramatic and sustained rise” in demand for special educational needs and disability services (SEND) has led to a £77 million funding gap in the capital, research found. There are...

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Pilates is a must for mobility and an exercise for life

Pilates is a must for mobility and an exercise for life

By Rosa Reeve Pilates is an amazing exercise that has many forms and has evolved to assist us all whatever our age or physical capability. It is a brilliant exercise for daily life or simply to facilitate any other sporting activity you like to do. Rosa from Pilatespluswellness has given...

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Have you ever felt like you were being watched?

Have you ever felt like you were being watched?

Have you ever had the feeling you were being watched? This is not the work of CCTV, nor is it a delusional sense of reality a la Truman Show. This is the age of Big Data, and big data knows you. What exactly is big data? In layman’s terms, it...

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