P686 Teletext 686 Jun19 11:02:00       —————————————————— UPDATE  ——  —— GREEN LIGHT TO DISCRIMINATE  The Disability Discrimination Bill has now begun the Committee Stage in the House of Lords. The TUC is convinced that the Government Bill is not an acceptable substitute for the Civil Rights (Disabled Persons) Bill. They want all disabled workers not to face discrimination at work, but say the Bill gives a green light to small employers to discriminate. ——————————————————————————————————1/6—— Disability Times, 27 Delancey Street, Regent's Park, London, NW1 7RX. Tel: 0171 380 0099 Fax: 0171 387 7575 Godlines Deafview Fifty Plus TV Plus
P686 Teletext 686 Jun19 11:07:04       —————————————————— UPDATE   CHILDREN CHALLENGE COUNCIL  Over 50 Asthmatic children could make legal history by taking their local Council to court over pollution. Angry Greenwich parents challenged the Council when they were warned to keep children inside after pollution levels rocketed, in May. Tony Bosworth, Atmosphere Campaign Officer for Friends of the Earth said, "One in seven children in Britain has asthma, they need to be protected." ——————————————————————————————————2/6—— Subtitling index 419 Long Lost 675 brought to you by Teletext Ltd and Disability Times Godlines Deafview Fifty Plus TV Plus
P686 Teletext 686 Jun19 11:02:02          —————————————————— UPDATE    HEAR NO EVIL Salford Museum and Art Gallery June 4 - July 16, Admission free Five deaf artists explore the experiences of hearing impaired people and challenge the perceptions of the hearing world. The exhibition, the first of it's kind in the North-west, uses oil, prints, graphics and cartoons in this unique celebration of deaf culture. ——————————————————————————————————3/6—— Disability Times, 27 Delancey Street, Regent's Park, London, NW1 7RX. Tel: 0171 380 0099 Fax: 0171 387 7173 Godlines Deafview Fifty Plus TV Plus
P686 Teletext 686 Jun19 11:00:01       —————————————————— UPDATE   NEG SERVICES LAUNCHED IN WEST WILTSHIRE A leisure project for disabled people has been organised by Leonard Cheshire and Sue Ryder Foundation. It will give people with physical disabilities the chance to pursue a leisure activity with a volunteer. Another scheme will provide help with homework, shopping, and household tasks For Leisure Project call Sue Babcock on 01249 7144979. For Care at Home call Maggie Hall on 01380 871750. ——————————————————————————————————4/6—— Deafview 685 It's Your Life! 480 brought to you by Teletext Ltd and Disability Times Godlines Deafview Fifty Plus TV Plus
P686 Teletext 686 Jun19 11:11:00       —————————————————— UPDATE   STATE OF THE ART UNIT OPENS  Lascelles Younger Disabled Unit at Harrogate District Hospital was opened by Mrs Bottomley, Secretary of State. The £1 million purpose-built unit will provide younger disabled poeple and their carers with a range of inpatient day and rehabilitation services. The largest group of patients will be those with chronic neurological disease strokes, multiple sclerosis and head injuries. ——————————————————————————————————5/6—— Disability Times, 27 Delancey Street, Regent's Park, London, NW1 7RX. Tel: 0171 380 0099 Fax: 0171 387 7575 Godlines Deafview Fifty Plus TV Plus
P686 Teletext 686 Jun19 11:00:03        —————————————————— UPDATE   SECONDS OUT  Henry Cooper OBE KSG, former British and Heavyweight Boxer will open the Ravenswood Village Fair, Crowthorne, Berkshire on Sunday 18th June from 2pm. The Fair will raise desperately needed money for five new chalets for 179 residents with learning difficulties who live in the village. For further information contact: Katie Taylor on 0181 905 5557 ext 2217. ——————————————————————————————————6/6—— Godlines has moved to 687 brought to you by Teletext Ltd and Disability Times Godlines Deafview Fifty Plus TV Plus