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Anne Webster Mar 16
A powerful message from self advocates in the North West at the regional conference in Blackpool
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Lynn James-Jenkinson May 4
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Lynn James-Jenkinson May 1
the owners have applied to deconsecrate the land we have until 17-5 to raise objections. A downloadable letter and briefing will be available this week.
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Lynn James-Jenkinson Mar 23
The ‘awesome foursome’ remind us that all people should be treated with the same respect 9000+ views. Come on and All Faiths Remembrance NOW is the time to work together to find a solution.
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Lynn James-Jenkinson Mar 17
2016 RibbleValleyMP Nigel Evans: ‘It is appalling. There are clearly more diplomatic and sensitive ways of dealing with the matter of the headstones.
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Lynn James-Jenkinson Mar 17
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Lynn James-Jenkinson Mar 16
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NWTDT Pathways Mar 16
- The graves at Calderstones Cemetery -
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Aidan Pollitt Mar 14
We all know that money has no conscience but you’d think that the bishop would interrupt his morning tea and toast to think about this a little more carefully
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Brothers of Charity Mar 13
A member of Voice for All took part in a video at the about a private company wanting to build over the graves of people with a learning disability that are buried at Calderstones. Watch their video here:
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Lynn James-Jenkinson Mar 13
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Issy Mar 12
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Alicia Wood Mar 12
Watch this video of some of the men who lived in Calderstones hospital "Our friends are buried there". The dignity of people who have escaped the institution and still have to demand the most basic of respect.
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Lynn James-Jenkinson Mar 12
2115 views - no response from any Diocese whose parishioners interred surely the CofE has a view about the desecration of the last resting place of people with a learning disability?
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Alicia Wood Mar 12
I was disturbed to read that in some graves there were 2 people and that the remains of 13 babies of former residents were there.
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Alicia Wood Mar 12
Myself and colleagues have written to the bishop about this. If it worries you that a development is made over the graves of people with learning disabilities, please let them know.
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Louise Calvert Mar 11
Please Please help! They need you to fight for their right to rest in peace!
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Rhidian Hughes Mar 10
Former Calderstones Hospital developments sees the cemetery where former patients are buried "developed", but at what human cost?
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DrawMyCare Mar 10
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DrawMyCare Mar 10
pls can all you amazing women support this urgent campaign
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