Posts from March 2018

 
Hello, I am Luke Brennan from Queen Alexandra College (a specialist college for disabled students). I came to Cerebral Palsy Midlands for work experience placement. 
 
As I am a sports student and a fully qualified FA Level 1 coach, I was given the task to see what new sports clients wanted to do in the centre. I put together a questionnaire for clients to fill in and spoke to people about what activities they would like to see happening at the centre. 
 
The questionnaire included sports such as boccia, skittles, an obstacle course, table cricket, kurling, target practice, table tennis and archery. 
Mary Hill sells her transcript painting 'Picasso's Harlequins'. 
Harborne charity Cerebral Palsy Midlands were delighted to present one of their greatest 'VeraNic' artists Mary Hill with £149, which was the money sold for one of her paintings that was exhibited in local BooBoo cafe. 
 
The art that sold was Mary's transcript paintings of 'Picasso's Harlequins', she put in many hours and time into creating her own masterpiece and was so proud to have the recognition and the painting sold. It really was a big deal for Mary and this has definately inspired her to continue creating more fantastic artwork.  
 
The exhibit was put up in BooBoo Cafe in October last year as part of Harborne Artsmile and has been able to stay up since. 

Mary Hill is overjoyed to have sold her painting at BooBoo Cafe in Harborne. 

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