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Week 4 highlights.  
#OurTruth Hoodies. Last week to order. 
We have loved receiving pictures from those who have purchased our limited edition #OurTruth Hoodies, we are blown away with how many orders were made. If you have received one of these hoodies do send us your pics, we would love to feature them on our platforms. If you haven't ordered your hoodie yet don't delay order yours before the end of the month below. 
#OurTruth Hoodies.
'Eilidh has changed our lives in ways we could never have imagined. She has opened our eyes and has made us see the world from a whole new perspective and we wouldn't change a thing.’
Ashley and Nicola, Mummy and Mama to Eilidh
More #OurTruth on our website. 
Lily cousin to Bertie. 
Lily told us her truth. 'You don't change miracles' #OurTruth  
See more #OurTruth Video's. 
Jessica Williams. 
'Meet Jessica. Throughout her life she has been given many labels but she refuses to be defined by any of them. Judging a person does not define who they are….it defines who you are. She’s teaching the world to be a better place and that’s why I wouldn’t change a thing.’
Nicola, mum to Jessica
More #OurTruth Images. 
Christmas is coming
Each year we produce Christmas cards designed by people with Down syndrome. On the back of each card is some info about the artist, we like to think of them as a little awareness project in themselves. With 2 packs of 4 designs to choose from our WCAT christmas cards showcase talent of children and adults with ds. Grab your packs below. 
Christmas cards 
Jannah and Musa. 
‘He just sort of filled the little cracks that I never knew I had. And he warmed my soul when I didn't know it was cold. And I guess that's how I knew I needed him just as much as he needed me.’
WCAT Twitter
Q&A with Michael Beynon
Michael Beynon recently became the first Welsh person with Down syndrome to complete the London marathon, and in doing so raised over £3000 for Mencap.
When he was a child his mother, Erika, was warned by doctors that due to a muscle condition Michael was likely to spend a lot of his life using a wheelchair. He has gone on to compete in the Special Olympics and has won over 60 medals in events including shot put, boccia, long jump, and track.
We recently caught up with Michael to find out a bit more… click below to read. 
WCAT Blog. 
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