Inspire Peterborough: Improving the city’s health and well-being with Oak Activities Inspire Peterborough recently received a wellearned extension to the Sport England funding programme which started back in 2013. Some of the new funding will help deliver exercise/seated exercise classes to people with disabilities, long term health issues and older people.
Read the most heart-warming story to come out of the Disability and Community Awareness Month. Meet local artist Emily Jinks who is pictured with Alvaro Palmieri. Emily is one of a number of art students who work with local tutor Ruth Williams and have been involved in the recent Disability and Community Awareness Month at Serpentine Green shopping centre.Alvaro picks up the story “during a shopping dash to Tesco's, I made one of the happiest purchases of my life, an abstract painting. It was painted by artist Emily Jinks, with whom I proudly pose for this picture. She is part of a workshop for people with disabilities in Peterborough led by artist Ruth Williams.
Disability are proud to host a unique, month long Disability and Community Awareness Event Disability Peterborough together with partner charity Inspire Peterborough are hosting the city’s first Disability and Community awareness raising event. Over 150 stands Read more…
Will you be attending the region’s biggest Disability and Community Awareness event in March? Want to find out what’s happening in the city?Friday 3rd March sees the launch of Disability Peterborough's first ever Disability and Community Awareness Month courtesy of David Wait and his team at the Serpentine Green Shopping Centre in Hampton.