Sunday 6th October was World Cerebral Palsy (CP) Day. As well as being an opportunity to raise awareness of CP, it is also an amazing way to celebrate and show pride in the lives and achievements of those with the condition and the people and
As summer is coming to an end, fundraising would like to share with you some of their favourite summer photos. Thank you all for supporting Pace.
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Pace are pleased to introduce Lindsay Gomme, our newest Patron. Lindsay and Pace have a long entwined history. The Trustees, Staff and other Patron are honoured that Lindsay has take on this role as her story with our wonderful charity continues. Below Lindsay gives a
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by Luke Thompson
At Pace we believe that early intervention is essential for children with motor disorders to have the best opportunity in life. This includes having early access to powered wheelchairs which give children the chance to independently move.
They did it! Our 2019 Big Walk was, in spite of 40 mph gust, an incredible success with 224 walkers treading the footpaths between Dunstable and Wendover. Even storm Hannah could not stop our intrepid supporters as they took on the heights of Dunstable Downs,
When you arrive at your new desk and the team have already signed a welcome card and booked your first team lunch out, you know you’re onto something. When your third day is spent with some of the most incredible children you’ve ever met, you
World Cerebral Palsy Day is a movement of people with cerebral palsy (CP) and their families, and the organisations that support them, in more than 65 countries.
Its vision is to ensure that children and adults with CP have the same rights, access and opportunities as