World Wheelchair Motocross Champion Receives Support To Achieve His Dreams
World Wheelchair Motocross Champion Tomas Woods has taken the next step to achieving his dreams by beginning his flying journey with Aerobility. As an organisation Aerobility provides the opportunity for anyone with any kind of disability the chance to experience the magic and wonder of flight. They have chosen to do this because giving people control of an aircraft helps to change the focus on what a person can't do to what they can ultimately achieve. This encourages people who take part in this opportunity to believe that they can achieve anything and create big dreams for what they want to achieve in the future.
People Prepare To Mark World Stroke Day
Over half of the UK's population have a misconception that strokes only happen to older people, but this couldn't be further from the truth as a quarter of young stroke survivors, that is those aged 18-60 feel that their stroke has robbed them of their future. A stroke can be defined as an emergency condition which is caused by the obstruction of blood flow to a certain part of the brain. This can lead to the person involved having a brain injury which can permanently effect the way they are able to lead their lives. People are being encouraged to keep an eye out and ensure that anyone they know doesn't suffer permanent damage due to a stroke.
Events Arranged To Mark Pregnancy And Infant Loss Awareness Month
Around one in two hundred and fifty pregnancies in the UK ends in a stillbirth. That equates to about eight babies every day. Those are the shocking statistics that come from the UK's largest charity who specialise in the researching of the causes and preventions of pregnancy complications, miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth. Following it's creation in 1992 at St Thomas's Hospital in London by two obstetricians, Tommy's Charity began a campaign to help raise funds to enable more pregnancy research projects.
Events Arranged For World Mental Health Day
Today is World Mental Health Day and people around the world are being encouraged to start conversations about mental health matters which should help to raise awareness of such conditions to help find treatments and possible cures. The theme of this year's event is “Mental Health Is A Universal Human Right which helps to highlight the urgency of the need to find treatments or cures for such conditions.
Sports Fans Head To Italy For Fencing World Championship
Wheelchair fencing is a thrilling, athletic and fast paced sport. It normally takes part between two competitors or a team who use modified swords to score points off each other. They do this by making contact with different regions of their opponents body using a variety of different kinds of weapons.
UK Talent Crisis Continues As Jobs And Applications Continue To Fall
There has been a dramatic fall in the number of jobs available to new applicants as well as the number of applications being received for each position in the past twelve months. That's according to the latest data from the world's largest network of job boards, Broadbean Technology. The number of jobs available at any particular time usually give an indication of the health of the country's economy and since this has stalled in the past year, alarm bells may be starting to ring meaning that the country's economy is beginning to weaken.
Spain Win Women's World Cup Title
England narrowly missed out on the chance of being crowned world champions as they were narrowly beaten in the final of the Women's World Cup. In what was seen as a golden opportunity to win some silverware, the Lionesses were beaten 1-0 by Spain at the final which took place at Stadium Australia or the Accor Stadium in Sydney. It was an extremely tensely contested match which was played in front of a sell out crowd. It was widely being anticipated as England's chance to win their first piece of major silverware since the men's team won the World cup in 1966.
Lionesses Reach Women's World Cup Final
England are through to the final of the 2023 Women's World Cup. The Lioness's knocked co-hosts Australia out after beating them 3-1 at Stadium Australia in Sydney. This means that they have reached their first World Cup Final and have the chance to lift a major piece of silverware for their country, something which hasn't been done since 1966 when the man's side beat West Germany in the final to lift the trophy. Since then, many England sides have gone through different tournaments perhaps only reaching the quarter finals or semi finals.
Leeds Libraries Join Forces To Help Each Other Survive
The City Of Leeds is home to many historic sites which people can visit on a regular basis and perhaps learn about the history and culture of the area. Amongst the facilities available, over fifty libraries are located in the city which help to serve the local community with different forms of information and literature which they can use in the daily lives or to help them in their education.
Tension Mounts In Women's World Cup
With this year's Women's World Cup now in full stride, football fans around the globe will be glued to their TV screens to find out what will happen next. There have already been quite a few surprises in the group stages which have left some viewers in tears as well as others frustrated.
Next Season's Arsenal Away Kit Said To Be Worst In Club's History
Just under three quarters of Arsenal fans have voted next season's away kit the worst in the club's history. That's the shocking finding that comes from a survey of around 87, 000 Gunners fans when asked what was the worst away strip in the club's history. The research which was conducted by safebettingsites.com who regularly review and compare the wide variety of different betting sites on offer in the UK today, discovered that: