Disability Awareness Day
Sunday 16th July 2017
Disability Awareness Day ("DAD") is the world's largest 'not for profit' voluntary-led disability exhibition, held annually in a huge tented village within the grounds of Walton Hall Gardens in Warrington.
Visitors to the show will find over 250 exhibitors, equipment suppliers, transport, holidays, leisure, employment, support groups and services. PLUS a Sports Zone including Scuba diving, an Arts Marqee and family entertainment. The show opens at 10am and finishes at 5pm, and entry is FREE with a FREE programme. You can also download a copy of the programme here
Disability Awareness Day is a pan disability event which promotes a can do culture focussing on what disabled people can do throughout life and work. The show has three main aims:
As well as fulfilling all these aims every year the show also gives everyone who comes a really good day out filled with interest, fun and entertainment!
Disability Awareness Day 2017 will take place on Sunday 16 July at Walton Hall and Gardens.
Dave Thompson MBE DL Founder & Event Co-ordinator was proud to announce that St George Healthcare Group and St Mark Universal Copts Care have signed up as joint Principal Sponsor for DAD26.
Bookings are now being taken for exhibitors for DAD26. Application packs are now available, please contact Brun on 01925 240064 or email Brun.firstname.lastname@example.org
We are proud to announce that Bradley Auto Services (BAS) have joined us as a new sponsor for DAD 2017
St George Healthcare Group and St Mark Universal Copts Care have been announced as joint principal sponsors for DAD26. Dave Thompson MBE DL Founder and Event Co-ordinator said, this is great news and builds upon our partnership with St George HCG and St Mark UCC. Last year they were the principal sponsors of WDP's Legacy Appeal and funding partners of the Pheonix Project.
The team at the Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation Uganda (CDR-Uganda) thanked the DAD Warrington team for their support after their first Disability Awareness Day event was hailed a huge success with over 10,000 visitors.