Like hell you was...........your usual anti British cr@p sticks out like a sore thumb. I'm surprised you haven't shut this thread down like you did the other one.I was merely making IA aware of this evenings schedule
IA had expressed more interest in watching football so I simply was informing him that in true MOTD style -Beeb 2 would be showing the funeral edited highlights later
She said: “Because of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award I’m now on a mainstream college course, studying Health and Social Care and that’s all down to The DofE; it’s built up my confidence.
Before that I was doing special needs courses, so it’s been life-changing and life enhancing. “It gives you the ability, rather than looking at disability all the time, and helps you see what your capabilities are and what you can achieve in the future. You realise you’re an equal and it builds up your confidence to say to people “I’m disabled but I can do this”.
Jenny Coles, Director of Children’s Services at Hertfordshire County Council said: “The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award has been a part of Hertfordshire County Council’s contribution to enhancing the lives and life chances of our young people since the early 1970s. “This fantastic legacy from the Duke of Edinburgh will continue to offer life-changing and inclusive opportunities to young people from diverse backgrounds, equipping them with independence, essential life skills, camaraderie and a chance to contribute to their communities.”