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Monday 14th October 2019
Kidderminster Harriers - Raising Awareness by Going Red

The Kidderminster Harriers youth team were treated to a Dyslexia Awareness session on Friday and to help continue the awareness raising they joined in the fun and the Go Red movement.

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Friday 11th October 2019
Weymouth Pavilion

Theatre goers and residents of Weymouth were treated to a red display when the Pavilion lit up and joined the Go Red movement. The theatre went red from 3rd October to the 10th, helping to raise awareness of Dyslexia.

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Friday 11th October 2019
Lichfield Friary Clock Tower Goes Red

This week Lichfield District Council joined the Go Red movement and lit the Friary Clock Tower red. Attending the switch on were Deputy Mayor Cllr Robert Yardley and the Sheriff Dr Daryl Brown (Maple Hayes Hall School).

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Wednesday 9th October 2019
The Studying with Dyslexia Blog - Goes Red

John Hicks of The Studying with Dyslexia Blog, kindly adds to his impressive number of blogs with this one, joining the Go Red movement and continuing the great Dyslexia awareness campaign. Click here to visit the blog.

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Wednesday 9th October 2019
Scanning Pens makes a splash of red at TeS South

Scanning Pens joined in the Go Red fun at the TeS South show, encouraging visitors to their booth to also join the movement and raise awareness for Dyslexia with the Go Red Instagram frame.

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Tuesday 8th October 2019
Grafton Goes Red

The Grafton Shopping centre in Cambridge went Red and joined the Go Red movement at the weekend. Shoppers were treated to an overhead red display, all in the aid of raising Dyslexia awareness.

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Tuesday 8th October 2019
Wyvern Theatre adds a little theatrics to their Restaurant

The Wyvern Theatre in Swindon joined the Go Red movement over the weekend and lit their restaurant red. Diners enjoyed the ambient lighting whilst being made aware of Dyslexia.

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Monday 7th October 2019
Go Red reaches the Shetland Isles

The Lerwick town hall clock went red on 4th October to raise awareness of dyslexia. Malcolm Bell, Convener of Shetland Islands Council, said 'as one in ten people are dyslexic, I hope we can also recognise their positive contribution to our schools and workplaces, and that we can all work to better support anyone with […]

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Monday 7th October 2019
Shrewsbury Library goes Red

Lindsay Parker and Katherine Berry, Branch Manager.

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Monday 7th October 2019
Blackpool joins the Go Red movement

Blackpool town joined the Go Red movement and lit the Blackpool Tower red, helping to raise dyslexia awareness.

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The colour red started making an appearance on landmarks in various global locations after an initial campaign founded in Australia in 2015 called Code Read. The founders were mothers who whose aim was to raise greater awareness of dyslexia and advocated for their children. The fact you’re reading this today is testament to their commitment and success. Many dyslexia campaigners share common goals around equal access to literacy and reading, pushing for:

• dyslexia-aware teachers
• early screening and identification
• appropriate support
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