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applications-sought-for-2018-access-awardsApplications for The William Keown Trust’s 2018 Prestige Access Awards are now open. These Awards are given to owners, architects and builders who have been seen to go the extra mile when either constructing a new building or renovating an existing building.
annual-personal-achievement-awards Nominations Sought for 2018 Awards   Nominations for these Awards are now open There are five categories of Awards: Children of Courage / Adult Achievers — a child or adult who has had difficulties in their life and has met them with courage or who has shown determination in overcoming an illness, injury, phobia or disability. The Haldane Butler...
a-proactive-voice-for-people-with-disabilitiesby Amy Cochrane   “SEE the person, not the disability.” This is the maxim endorsed by the William Keown Trust, a local charity based in Dundrum, which was set up nearly four decades ago in 1979 by local man Bill Keown. Born with cerebral palsy and raised just outside Kilkeel, Bill was unable to walk as a child. Despite this, he went on to lead a...
personal-achievement-awards-2017Personal Achievement Awards 2017   Cup & Shield Winners (Left to right) Lucy Pierce and her parents, Christine McClements, Josie Henly, Claire Taggart, Luke Watson, Ben Watson, Kate Hughes and Naoishe Quinn The William Keown Trust’s Personal Achievement Awards were held recently in the Lagan Valley Island Civic Centre in Lisburn, when there were...
personal-achievement-awards-2016Personal Achievement Awards 2016   The William Keown Trust’s Personal Achievement Awards were held recently in the Seagoe Hotel in Portadown, when there were forty recipients from right across the Province and also one recipient from Hampshire in England. Mr Philip Beattie, the Trust’s Chairman, opened the ceremony by welcoming the recipients and...

 

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Over the last 35 years the William Keown Trust has grown into a thriving proactive and authoritative voice for people with disabilities in Northern Ireland.
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The William Keown Trust
3 Church View
Dundrum
BT33 0NA

Tel: 028 4375 1243
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Email: wkeowntrust@btconnect.com
Web: www.wkeowntrust.co.uk