Disability Awareness Day

Making Space Mental Health Services

Disability Awareness Day is held by Warrington Disability Partnership on Sunday 12 July and is the largest non-profit disability exhibition held by volunteers in the UK. 

The aim of disability awareness day is to promote a positive, can do attitude focussing on what people who have a disability can do in their life, and also in their work. 

Over the past few years disability awareness has been on the rise. More and more people, including celebrities, have been coming together to create awareness and ensure that we, as a country, are meeting the needs of people who have physical and learning disabilities. 

At Making Space we're passionate about empowering people with a disability to have greater control over their lifestyle, we want you to achieve your person goals and lead an active, healthy lifestyle. 

Main event 

The event starts at 10am till 5pm on Sunday 12 July. There will be over 250 exhibitors and stands from voluntary, statutory, private and business organisations. It will be a fantastic event with hundreds of innovative ideas for indepentant living within a fun, family friendly enviroment. 

Walton Hall Gardens

Walton Lea Road

Higher Walton, Warrington 

WA4 6SN

For more information please see www.disabilityawarenessday.org.uk