Accessibility in Warrington

The Warrington Access Guide is a living directory of places, services, shops and suppliers in the Warrington area. Each listing has address and contact information, a short description of what it offers, and our assessment of its accessibility. This website is regulary updated by staff and volunteers from Warrington Disability Partnership.

Events At WDP

Going The Extra Mile Scuba Challenge

Woolston Leisure Centre - 3.30pm to 6.30pm

Would you like to take the plunge and do something enjoyable — and at the same time raise some money for Warrington Disability Partnership (WDP)?
If so, why not make a splash for cash at our Going The Extra Mile Scuba Challenge! First-time and non-qualified divers are invited to join us at Woolston Leisure Centre to participate in a fully supervised Try Dive for a minimum sponsorship amount of £30.
All proceeds will go to WDP, which will enable us to continue delivering our services that support disabled people, their carers and families. Qualified divers have the option of taking part in two Deep Dives (to be held at Capernwray and Eccleston Delph) and / or a 64-length Pool Dive back at Woolston Leisure Centre.

We ask that any divers who are looking to pursue this option to please generate a minimum sponsorship amount of £40 in support of our services. For more details in regards to the Try Dive, please contact Janis or Marie in the Fundraising Team on 01925 240064.To make a donation, please visit the JustGiving website at https://www.justgiving.com/scubachallenge2014/

Hotwheels Ukulele Club

Hotwheels ukulele club was devised and set up by HelpingMinds in April 2014. The club is specifically designed for wheelchair users and to our knowledge is the World's first wheelchair-user ukulele club.
The club meet every Wednesday at 1:30 at the WDP Centre for Independent Living, Beaufort Street, Warrington. The cost of each session is £3.00 per person. Singers and players of other instruments are also very welcome to attend.

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