Darren Harris: BAES Author Event

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Founder of Unblind the Mind, Darren Harris, lost his sight after being diagnosed and treated for cancer of both eyes aged fifteen months. He went on to win 157 caps and 10 World and European medals, making him England’s most decorated blind footballer.

He is now a sought after, bestselling author, speaker and coach who works with organisations that want life challenges to unleash rather than limit potential.

Come along to hear Darren Harris discuss how challenges unleash rather than limit potential. Open to all BAES students, regardless of course subject. You do not have to consider yourself a 'reader' to get involved!

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Birmingham Stories has a longstanding partnership with Birmingham Adult Education Service (BAES) and has collaboratively delivered a variety of reading engagement programmes in learning centres across the city since the launch of the campaign. BAES centres that work with Birmingham Stories have been sent a personal invitation.

All other members of the general public including BAES students or teachers from different departments can email birminghamstories@literacytrust.org.uk to secure a FREE ticket.

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