Bradford-based cash plan provider Sovereign Health Care has announced its support for the Easier Access event run by Bradford District Strategic Disability Partnership, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.
The award-winning disability-led event, which has a theme of ‘People Can’ in 2017 to encourage people to participate in their local community, will take place in City Park, Bradford on Wednesday 13 September.
The ‘People Can’ initiative was launched in 2016 to encourage people to make a difference to the lives of others by being neighbourly, taking part in community action, volunteering their time to help others and raising money for projects within the community.
Sue Haddock, Partnership Co-ordinator at the Strategic Disability Partnership, said: “Our Easier Access events have been getting more and more popular each year and we are looking forward to hosting Easier Access in Bradford city centre.
“Raising awareness of disability issues is vital to us and we hope our event will encourage the people of Bradford District to make a difference to their community. We are very grateful to Sovereign Health Care for their support for this year’s event.”
Activities, demonstrations, stalls and performances will all be taking place on the day in what promises to be an exciting, energetic and informative day.
Sovereign Health Care’s Chief Executive, Russ Piper, said: “We are delighted to support the Disability Partnership on its tenth anniversary to celebrate achievements and promote easier access for all in our region.
“Supporting local health and wellbeing related causes is close to our hearts at Sovereign Health Care, particularly within the Bradford area. Events such as this showcase how local groups and organisations can benefit us all by working together and sharing expertise.”
For further information visit www.bradford.gov.uk/easieraccess