Newly formed collective Dyslexia Together are campaigning for Jeremy Kyle to apologise for misleading the public about dyslexia.
They have a petition that we urge you all to sign and we've added this to our Campaigns page.
Please help us and Dyslexia Together to get JK and ITV to make amends.
We're really pleased to announce that Dig-iT has been nominated in our local ASDA community groups competition. The winning group receives a £200 donation! Thanks so much to whoever nominated us. We're really thrilled!
Please help us to win by visiting the store and voting for us. Here's a link for the store details.
We've just added a gallery page to our website which contains a slideshow of Dig-iT events. We'll be adding more photos every now and again.
Why not go and have a look.
Quick apology to all visitors to our website who may have experienced random pop-up websites appearing while reading our website.
We noticed some odd unwanted websites popping up while reading our pages and so contacted Weebly support (the people who we use to provide our website).
They got back to us and advised us to remove our recently added website statistics tracker. At the end of November, we added this so that we could see how many visitors we get, where they come from and how many things they read (you may have noticed a little green 'Webstats' picture under the Weebly button at the foot of our webpages).
Anyway, while we were getting some interesting information from this, the downside was that this also allowed unwanted advert-type pop-up websites to appear. So we have now removed the webstats and will simply use Weebly's own figures instead (though these aren't very detailed).
For those of you that are interested, during the two months that we were using webstats, we found that while most of our visitors come from the UK as you'd expect (89.1% actually) we also got visitors from as far afield as Canada (4.6%) and USA (3.1%), New Zealand (0.7%), Turkey (0.4%), Uruguay, Vietnam and Saudi Arabia (all at 0.2%). The remaining 1.5% of visitors came from europe.
So, clearly - as we all know - dyslexia has no borders and can affect anybody.
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