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I’m also fully aware of what it can feel like as the only disabled kid in the class. Anxiety-inducing, intimidating, odd and uncomfortable are all words that come to mind when I think about my time at school. Preston is the new Waterloo Road kingpin who's currently paired off with Samia. Popular, intelligent and attractive, he's the school heartthrob and has developed enough confidence and the self-belief to withstand anything that comes his way. Apparently, he takes his school authority and skills "completely for granted."
Something the show has always been at the forefront of though, compared to its counterparts is representing disability in a mainstream school setting. Wendy Whitwell is Kim's right-hand woman at Waterloo Road. (Image credit: : BBC/Wall To Wall/Rope Ladder Fiction/Vishal Sharma)Jo Coffey plays Kim's loyal secretary, Wendy Whitwell. She's described as being able to take everything in their stride and someone who handles her heavy workload, without complaint. Ultimately, though, the message is a positive one. Their first ambition was to get one club to partner with them, and with that aim very much achieved, they now just want to keep spreading it as far as they can.
Already they have seen their slogan plastered over advertising boarding at grounds on match day, inside programmes, and on the front of Bristol Rovers women's new away kit. Where else have you seen Adam Thomas? Adam's likely best known for either Donte or being Adam Barton in Emmerdale, though he's also appeared in Casualty, and in the travelogue Absolutely India: Mancs in Mumbai along with his late father Doguie and his brothers Ryan and Scott. He also came third in the 2016 series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! Katie Griffiths as Chlo Charles Some might say by not explicitly mentioning it you’re perhaps losing a more direct storyline, but personally, I think the fact it’s in the viewer’s subconscious is much more impactful.
I would say it's been 95 per cent positive," Lucy said "But the day we posted there were comments saying we'd made it up for attention. I think a lot of female fans didn't feel like they were perhaps able to speak up about it, maybe a bit more shy or felt they didn't want to speak up because they might get loads of people saying it's not true, or saying comments that are really unfair to them," she continued.