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South African Amputee Dancer Shines on Britain's Got Talent

South African amputee dancer, Musa Motha, has been making waves on the international stage with his awe-inspiring performances on Britain's Got Talent. Despite losing his leg to cancer at the age of 11, Musa has not let this deter him from pursuing his passion for dance. His final performance on the show was a testament to his talent and determination, earning him a standing ovation from the audience and high praise from the judges. Read more

Wheelchair Users Rumored to Join Strictly Come Dancing

In a move towards inclusivity, TV presenters Sophie Morgan and Ade Adepitan, both wheelchair users, are rumored to be joining the cast of Strictly Come Dancing 2023. If confirmed, this would mark the first time the show has included wheelchair users among its contestants. The show's producers are reportedly determined to make the program open to all, reflecting a broader trend towards inclusivity in the entertainment industry. Read more

Wheelchair-Accessible Garden Wins Best in Show at Chelsea

The prestigious Best in Show award at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2023 has been won by Horatio's Garden, a wheelchair-accessible garden designed by Harris Bugg Studio. The garden, which was designed with input and feedback from patients, is the first Main Avenue garden to focus on accessibility and putting people with accessible needs at the heart of the design. After the show, the garden will be relocated to the Princess Royal Spinal Injuries Centre in Sheffield. Read more

TV Presenter George Clarke Reveals Battle with Muscular Dystrophy

George Clarke, celebrated TV presenter and architect, revealed in 2021 that he has been diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy (MD), a condition associated with progressive muscle loss and weakness. Clarke opened up about his condition on an episode of his show, Amazing Spaces, bringing awareness to this incurable disease. Despite the challenges, Clarke continues to inspire with his work and resilience. Read more

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