Love is in the air in Worcestershire as a dating and friendship project for people with learning disabilities has received a boost from The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest community funder in the UK. The money, raised by National Lottery players, will help bring together even more people with learning disabilities to find love and friendship. The project has been playing cupid for almost ten years, resulting in three marriages, over 20 engagements and countless friendships. Stars in the Sky has around members - most are aged between 18 and 45, but there is no upper age limit. Staff get to know them and their personalities through social events, such as coffee mornings, picnics and paintballing, so they can match people to develop friendships and relationships. The new funding will help to hold more social events in the south of Worcestershire, including Evesham and Worcester.
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Serious ongoing incident in Portsmouth city centre with emergency crews racing to scene as police move to calm fears. The boost to Fareham-based Stars in the Sky has been welcomed by Christina Corp who used the agency to meet her fiance Joe. Christina was in a life-changing car crash more than ten years ago and said before the agency, it was impossible for her to meet friends and potential partners. Stars in the Sky was so helpful and I still attend events they hold because it is a way to meet friends. Stars in the Sky, which appeared on Channel 4 show The Undateables is for adults with learning disabilities. Supporting individual one-to-one dates, the charity also hosts up to ten social events each month where members can socialise and get involved in activities. News you can trust since
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Stars in the Sky is a dating agency for people with learning difficulties. It's a good story, but it's also a great idea. Spreading the idea, however - helping people with learning difficulties to find love - is harder. The enterprise grew from one woman's desire for love. Haringey Association for Independent Living Hail.
O n their first date at the zoo, Sam discovered that his wallet was empty and he couldn't pay for Jolene's drink. Then he fluffed their goodbyes a little by not suggesting what they both wanted — that they should meet again. But he made her laugh, a lot, with jokes about the lynx and the lions, and they both had a great time. Since then, they've met in a pub in London, at a house party and on the white cliffs of Dover, where Sam tentatively asked if they were boyfriend and girlfriend.