Great Big Push sponsored walk Sunday 7th May at Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham 

This years Great Big Push sponsored walk took place Sunday 7th May around Cannon Hill Park. All of our community, able and disabled citizens, partners, care professionals, staff, families and friends all come together to walk, push, be pushed, run or cycle from 2k to 10k around the park to help fundraise for Birmingham based charity Cerebral Palsy Midlands. This year is our 70th anniversary and we celebrated wearing bright and colourful 70's style wigs, glasses and hats whilst walking around the park to draw attention to what we were doing. 
 
So far we have raised £1451.94! 
 
We are still collecting sponsorship. It is not to late to make a donation and get your sponsorship money in. 
 
You can send in your sponsorship money via cheque, payable to Cerebral Palsy Midlands to Cerebral Palsy Midlands, 17 Victoria Road, Harborne, Birmingham B17 0AQ or you can make a donation online through this link
 
Thank you 
Thanks to The Greggs Foundation for their supplies of cakes and cookies for our all those who took part on the day. Thank you to Sally Haynes-Preece, our Tai Chi instructor from Krystal Wolf Holistic Care had supported a contribution to event costs.  
 
We have a lot of volunteers and people to thank for helping; (In no particular order) thank you to  
Katey & Denise at ASDA 
Helen Mason and her FreeWheelin Wheelchair Dance Team for their warm up 
Jasvinder Singh from organisation Interserve and his friends for their drumming; Eva Bennett 
Frankie & Dave from The Challenge Network 
Kelly, Alex, Anisah and Sultana, students from Newman University  
CPM support staff, family, friends and trustees 
Pete Bishop for our Bandstand set up 
Crowne Care  
Ben and Matt (Our film and photography crew),  
Joanne Warren and her family 
 
Thank you to everyone that came, joined us and took part. Its takes a lot of support to set up events like this and help us raise awareness in the community and we are truly grateful for all your help. It really does make all of the difference. 
 
Please share amongst your friends, families and help us raise awareness and gain the funding we need. We need you! Every little really does help! 
 
100% of your sponsorship will support our life skills project to develop our citizens independance enabling their to better access the community. 
 
Get in touch 
For more information about the event itself please contact Cerebral Palsy Midlands Development Officer, either by email sarah@cpmids.org.uk or telephone 0121 427 3182 (ext 3).