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CCG competition reveals life with a long-term condition


10 January 2014

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Warrington clinical commissioning group’s (CCGs) photography competition aims to reflect everyday life while living with an illness, condition or disability. 
The CCG wants to show people going about their lives in the same way as everyone else. 
The Warrington CCG website states: “Long-term conditions and disabilities are a major part of our work. We want the experiences of people to be at the heart of how we design our services here.” 

Warrington clinical commissioning group’s (CCGs) photography competition aims to reflect everyday life while living with an illness, condition or disability. 
The CCG wants to show people going about their lives in the same way as everyone else. 
The Warrington CCG website states: “Long-term conditions and disabilities are a major part of our work. We want the experiences of people to be at the heart of how we design our services here.” 
Entries will be displayed online, in the local press and at public events. The overall winner, picked form a shortlist, will be given a 12 month membership from LiveWire and a £50 voucher from Culture Warrington. 
Dr Andy Davies, Warrington CCG chair said: “Entries can be happy, sad, fun – anything that reflects something of the reality of life for yourself or someone close to you.” 
Some entries to the competition are already available to view on the Warrington CCG website

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