Whizz-Kidz gets answers from Labour MPs
We were at Labour Conference this week, speaking to opposition MPs about Whizz-Kidz and the importance of the right wheelchairs for young people – and we took the opportunity to turn the questions on them with some quick fire audioboo interviews.
Our budding reporter was Jamie Green, 17 year old Ambassador and former chair of the Kidz Board. You can listen to all of Jamie’s interviews on our audioboo channel. We’ll be aiming to capture some more at the Conservative Party Conference next week.
It also seems we ‘scooped’ the fact that Ken Livingstone had been invited by the BBC (but declined) to appear on Strictly Come Dancing – a show that has just appeared back on our screens. Ken’s admission appeared in Society Guardian Daily on Tuesday 28 September.
We also found out Lord George Faulkes has a fondness for Benidorm, and MSP John Park googles himself regularly – and these two tidbits were picked up by a journalist for Scotland’s current affairs magazine ‘Holyrood’ for their diary section.
If you’re interested in becoming an Ambassador for Whizz-Kidz and doing lots of exciting things around the UK, check out our new Kidz Unlimited site. See you there?