This Sunday 14th July, the world’s largest ‘not for profit’ volunteer-led disability exhibition will be held in the beautiful Walton Hall Gardens, Warrington.
Disability Awareness Day was created to highlight the services and support disabled and less able people and their carers and loved ones are entitled to receive, to promote breakthrough equipment which can improve lives and to showcase what people can do, with sports, activities, arts and entertainment.
From 10am – 5pm, a huge number of stalls and shows will be set up within the grounds of Walton Hall Gardens for this important event. We too will be there showing our support for the day and offering information to those interested in care and support services.
Apex HSC is thrilled to be a part of such an amazing and positive event in the name of improving lives and creating awareness of the challenges that face people living with disabilities.
We hope to see many familiar faces this weekend. If you have not attended a Disability Awareness Day before, why not come along?
For travel information, visit the Disability Awareness Day website, where transport and local maps are available: http://www.disabilityawarenessday.org.uk
You can also find Disability Awareness Day on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Disability-Awareness-Day/103115809806796
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