Where are they now? with Ceri Davies: Arts Award 15th birthday

Ceri Davies completed her Silver Arts Award in 2012 and went on to become a disability rights campaigner, setting up her own community interest company, More Mascots Please. Find out more about what Ceri's been up to in this video interview. 

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: 

Find out more about Ceri Davies:

Instagram: More Mascots Please

Facebook: More Mascots Pls

Twitter: More Mascots Pls

Website: www.moremascotsplease.co.ukwww.uppercutfightcompany.com

Instagram: Upper Cut Fighting


Arts Award 15th Birthday!

Arts Award has been supporting the development of creativity and leadership skills for all young people for 15 years. Arts Award has championed creativity, nurtured talent and offered insights into the arts world, together with a taste of creative careers. Across the UK there are over 4,000 centres and an impressive 521,455 Award achieved.

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Nici is the Arts Editor for Voice. She loves all things books, theatre, music, art, visiting other countries, anything creative, and sometimes attempts to make YouTube videos. Alongside Voice she writes and edits through her own pursuits.You can occasionally find her running marathons dressed as a black dog.

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