Charity walk takes place in Lincoln for Deafblind Awareness Week

Charity walk takes place in Lincoln for Deafblind Awareness Week

27 June 2018 – Staff and volunteers from Sense shops across East Midlands, led an inclusive walk on Sunday 24 June through Hartsholme Country Park, Lincoln, to help raise awareness of the needs of the people with complex disabilities.

Organised by the national disability charity, Sense, the walk is one of ten taking place across the country for Deafblind Awareness Week (24 – 30 June 2018). The walks promote well-being, and healthy living, and also provide an opportunity to engage with local communities.

Crispin On led the walk for Sense.  He said:

“Walking is a great for health and wellbeing, and also to make connections, and we were pleased to be able to put on our own inclusive walk today. It was a fantastic day in the sunshine”.

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