Charity ‘walkathon’ to support people with disabilities! 
Ten charities took part in a giant ‘walkathon’ through Birmingham’s Cannon Hill Park on Sunday 25th June to celebrate inclusion and raise money for people with disabilities.  
Cerebral Palsy Midlands were joined by Birmingham Phab Camps, Resources for Autism, Together Minds CIC with Noah’s Star charity, SEND Socials CIC, Headway Birmingham & Solihull, CASBA Advocacy, SENSE, Father Hudson's Care and NICE Charity UK (Conductive Education). The charities are local to Birmingham and find walking together and collaborating works really well.  
Sarah Lilly, Cerebral Palsy Midlands development officer, said:  
“We all do our own individual fundraising as a sponsored walk, but we all walk together to strengthen the message and importance of inclusion in Birmingham.  
“The reason why we pick Cannon Hill Park is simply because it is the most accessible and inclusive park in Birmingham with wider pathways, ‘Changing Place’ toilet facilities based at Midlands Arts Centre (MAC), and plenty of disabled parking.  
“All of the family can take part in our event, it really is a suitable, inclusive and accessible event for everyone.”  
All charities who particpated this year are set to start prepping for the next years event as this year was a huge success. We would like to thank our 'Wheel'n'Walk event supporters;  
Asda Foundation 
Greggs Foundation 
Blakemore Foundation 
Medical Accident Group 
Active Wellbeing Society 
Northfield Neighbourhood Network Service 
FreeWheelin Dance 
Dhol Crew 
If you would like to make a donation towards the event please click on the link in blue 

Or scan the QR code below to make a donation! 

For information about this annual event and how you can be involved please contact Development Officer Sarah Lilly, or telephone 0121 427 3182 ext 3. 
This video shows the great highlights from our wonderful Wheel'n'Walk event at Cannon Hill Park, Sunday 25th June 2023. 
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