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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY CELEBRATED AT LISMORE

Celebrations took a very creative and colourful turn in the Northern Rivers on Monday, with hundreds gathering in the Lismore Quadrangle to mark the day.

A sea of colour and smiles washing over the CBD as kids of all abilities threw coloured chalk, danced and ran art workshops.

Today’s events ensuring all people with disabilities feel part of communities across the North Coast.

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