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Vincent's new found "quality of life"

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Students do all sorts of activities at the school

A Clitheroe mother talks about how the Seashell Trust provides her youngest son with Down's syndrome and registered blind and deaf a new lease of life.

Bridget Parkinson says 28 specialists now look after her eight year old son Vincent 38 weeks a year.

As well as 24 hours a day care, he enjoys all kinds of activities at the school including rock climbing. "Nothing is too big a deal for them," says Bridget.

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