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We are in great need of support of Donations to continue our Charitable services, your help would be much appreciated.

If you would like to support our Charity by making a Direct Donation, please Text Dogs21 £3, £5 or £10 to 70070 

Our main object for 2014 is to raise £100,000 to breed and train our own squadron of comrade dogs for service personnel diagnosed with post trumatic stress disorder and other symptoms confirmed from being in the services.




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Prize Draw 1 Prize Draw 2 Prize Draw3
Prize Draw             
17/10/2014 Ajudicator Richard  Sellors from The British Legion in Blackpool, called the winning numbers with Emma Ayres from NHS, a member of the public and  Brian Wormald A Volunteer from Amazing Graze for October 2014

1st Prize    £1000.00= 005754
2nd Prize  £300.00   = 003648
3rd Prize   £100.00   = 003401

If you are one of the Winning numbers, call our office on (01253) 987290 please show your ticket to claim your Prize.



NEWS FLASH :-   Great start for 2014 for Blackpool Charity "Accessible Aid" on Course to Partner with the High Street Bank
 

               
                            
      
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Gateway House
5 King Street Blackpool. FY1 3EJ


Tel: 01253 987290  or Contact 


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With the use of W3C compliance and assistive technology, we provide our charity members with accessible web pages, with content that will enable organisations to promote their services to disabled people, as well as those with cognitive and learning difficulties, text processing disorders such as dyslexia, visual impairments including blindness and people who don’t have English as their first language to access information on the internet. For more information on becoming a member click on Accessible Aid logo above.

   
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