31-year-old Ceri Davies is a disability rights campaigner, leader of More Mascots Please and an Arts Award alumni. She has Cerebral Palsy, a tethered core syndrome which is a rare form of Spina Bifida and Scoliosis and is permanently in a wheelchair. She has a degree in early childhood studies joint with sociology and a master’s in youth and community work.
In 2012 she completed her silver Art’s Award in disability dance and in 2013 founded her own community interest company More Mascots Please (CIC). She's also a disability rights campaigner. Find out more about Ceri's in the video interview below:
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