What a huge success our World CP Campaign was last week! Working together Cerebral Palsy Midlands and NICE Charity UK
Two Birmingham Charities Cerebral Palsy Midlands and NICE Charity UK came together to celebrate a global campaign to raise awareness for "World CP Day" as their services directly support and champion to raise awareness for the disability cerebral palsy. Together we organised a campaign week and were successful in getting three Birmingham Landmarks Go Green for World CP Day Sunday 6th October 2019. A huge thank you to the three landmarks; Birmingham Library, Old Joe Clock at The University of Birmingham at Lightwood's House at Lightwoods Park.
Thank you to our visitors:
The Lord Mayor of Birmingham Councillor Mohammed Azim
Preet Kaur Gill MP
Atif Ali from Inclusive Growth Directorate at Birmingham City Council.
Thank you also to support from:
Asda Store Barnes Hill
Health Futures UTC
Sophie Abel for her #WorldCPDay blog
Martin McQueen from Harrison Clark Rickerby's
Allens Croft Nursery School/Disability Resource Centre and Allens Croft
Inclusive Growth Directorate at Birmingham City Council
Darren Simpson and Steve Glynn #WorldCPDay for our campaign artwork.
Britain’s second city Birmingham went green to highlight awareness of Cerebral Palsy on World CP Day Sunday 6th October. The City showed everything that’s great about it.
Thank you to Asda Barnes Hill let us have an information stand to raise awareness for cerebral palsy.
Thank you to our sponsors Anthony Collins Solicitors for our 100 Green Balloons.