Disability Awareness Day – Warrington – July 10th 2011

  •  PaulR
  •  13/06/2011
  •  News

“A magnificent event that really makes a difference” that was the expression used by one visitor to last year’s Northwest Disability Awareness Day (DAD). DAD 2010 saw a record number of 28,000 visitors, many of them travelling from across the Northwest and the UK.

DAD 2011 will be supported by a week of complimentary events, leading up to the exhibition on Sunday 10th July. The events will be held in a tented village located in the picturesque setting of Walton Hall Gardens situated off the A56 in Warrington Cheshire.

This year the dedicated DAD team will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the event, which has continued to grow with the support of both local and national organisations.

The event boasts something for everyone, with over 300 exhibition stands promoting independent living, with areas dedicated to Arts, Sports and family entertainments.

DAD covers all disabilities, ages, carers and families, and if you work in the field of health, social care or disability there will be plenty to interest you.

DAD offers a free and accessible park & ride service, free admission and programme.

For more information visit www.disabilityawarenessday.org.uk or contact the DAD Admin Team on 01925 240064.

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