http://www.bigleaguekickball.com/about/ where can i buy Soma no prescription We are delighted that DanceSyndrome has been chosen to benefit from the Co-op Local Community Fund.   At a time when funds for community groups and charitable organisations are becoming more difficult to access, we’re incredibly grateful for this opportunity to raise vital funds for our work.   We strive to provide opportunities for people…

Jen Blackwell, Founder of DanceSyndrome, was announced as one of the most influential people with a disability in the UK at a reception at the House of Lords on Tuesday 8th October.   The Shaw Trust Disability Power List 100 is an annual publication of the 100 most influential disabled people in the UK. The…

Our team are very excited to have been shortlisted as Finalists in two categories at the upcoming Selnet Enterprise in Society Awards!   Selnet, the Social Enterprise Network for Lancashire, supports social enterprises across Lancashire, Blackpool and Blackburn with Darwen to connect, develop and grow. Their annual awards celebrate outstanding organisations, remarkable start-ups and inspirational…

We are currently running a 10 week long fundraising campaign to mark 10 years since DanceSyndrome was founded by Jen Blackwell. We hope to fundraise £10,000 to allow us to continue the vital, life-changing work that we do.   In the current economic climate we are faced with increased pressure on our resources. Competition for…

Yesterday we launched a 10 week long fundraising campaign called “Perfect 10” to mark 10 years since DanceSyndrome was founded by Jen Blackwell. In the current economic climate we are faced with increased pressure on our resources. Competition for funding is fierce and the major funding that we have had in recent years is coming…

Accrington based business William Dyer Electrical has chosen to support DanceSyndrome after seeing members of their team at a prestigious Awards ceremony.   Managing Director William Dyer was at a special presentation ceremony at County Hall on 22nd July where the Lancashire recipients of the 2019 Queens Award for Voluntary Services were receiving their awards…

DanceSyndrome was first started in November 2009 by Jen Blackwell. Since then we have changed the lives of hundreds of people with learning disabilities but we now need your help to enable us to continue to deliver these life changing opportunities.   In times of austerity, people with learning disabilities are becoming increasingly dependent on…

Jen Blackwell, DanceSyndrome Founder and Director, was thrilled to be featured in the first national Movers List, which was published by The Independent and Lucozade Sport last week.   The list aims to recognise 50 individuals whose volunteering, charity work or dedication to sport and exercise inspires local communities to move more. The list, compiled…

The inspiring work of DanceSyndrome was recognised at a national level this week when our Dance Leader team was announced as  winner of The People’s Award at the National Learning Disabilities & Autism Awards.   The awards, which took place on Friday 28th June at the ICC, Birmingham, celebrate excellence in the support for people…

The work of DanceSyndrome Founder Jen Blackwell was celebrated with a Highly Commended certificate in the HER-abilities Award category at the Inspire Women Awards this weekend.   The Inspire Women Awards celebrate the wealth of outstanding contributions women have made to the North West. It is a night of celebration and achievements of women from…