Find out about Action on Disability’s holiday fun from the people who love it most – the people who take part.
There will be music and dance performances by members of the Action on Disability Youth Service at an open day on Wednesday 15 August. There’ll also be a free BBQ lunch.
The event will run from 12.30pm to 2.30pm at the Phoenix Academy in The Curve, White City.
It will showcase many of the achievements of those taking part in Action on Disability’s summer programme. The programme is funded by the John Lyon’s Charity which is based in H&F and other nearby boroughs.
“Year after year young people at Action on Disability produce amazing work and this event will be a fantastic celebration of that,” said Cllr Larry Culhane, Cabinet Member for Children and Education.
“I hope it encourages more young people and their families to join the charity’s Youth Service as well as find out more about what more this great charity has to offer.”
The celebration will pay tribute to the Dr Edwards & Bishop King’s Fulham Charity which has supported Action on Disability for many years.
Hammersmith & Fulham Council also helps fund Action on Disability, paying for advice projects.
The charity is running a wide range of events and activities for disabled young people aged up to 25 as part of H&F Council’s Summer in the City programme. They are all free or low cost. You can find out more online.
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