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Ataxia-Telangiectasia (A-T) is a progressive genetic condition which causes severe disability and is life-limiting.

The A-T Society supports families to live their lives to the full and funds medical research.

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A game of two halves

Gorgeous twins, Broghan and Brae Sewell, are living examples of just how indiscriminate A-T is.

They both love cycling, their Playstation and football. But only Broghan has been selected as a potential star - Chelsea FC have signed him up to their under eights team. The other twin, Brae, has Ataxia-Telangiectasia.

Our new film highlights the conflict of emotions experienced by A-T families - their courage and heartache. It shows the family grappling with the different paths their sons lives will take.

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Teresa May taken to task about disability payments by a voter in Abingdon

Information on PIP Assessments

There has been talk in the media recently about possible future cuts to disability services and benefits, and this week Theresa May was taken to task by a lady in Abingdon on the issue. This item gives you more information and guidance for those called to apply for Personal Independence Payments (PIP).

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    Join the A-Team at the Prudential RideLondon100 cycle race

    Be part of the A-Team taking part in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 cycle challenge on Sunday 30th July. Ride the 2012 Olympic race route, cycle past some of London's iconic landmarks before heading out into the beautiful Surrey countryside. With leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world’s best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics, it's a truly spectacular event for all involved. The 100 mile ride finishes on The Mall in central London.

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    Last call to join our exhilarating champagne cycle tour

    Our 350 mile tour starts from St Albans Cathedral on Wednesday 10th May with a 100 mile ride to Portsmouth. From there the team sail to Caen and work their way across the rolling French countryside and WW2 battlefields to their destination in the fizzing Champagne capital, Epernay. Cyclists taking part in this event will get to ride part of the Tour de France route and follow in the tracks of yellow jersey cyclists like Bradley Wiggins, Chris Froome and Fabian Cancellara. All travel, accommodation, food and mechanical support are taken care of. Sign up today and give young people with A-T hope for the future.

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