Over 17 million people worldwide are impacted by Cerebral Palsy and this is one of the most common physical disabilities affecting the most vulnerable amongst us – children. National Cerebral Palsy day is observed annually on March 25 to help raise awareness and to hopes to bring attention to the specific needs of those living with this complex condition. We invite you to join us on an Outdoor Activity weekend in the lakes to raise public awareness, promote inclusivity and to be a part of the Calvert Can do Attitude – see you there!
Well – everything you’d expect:
- Accommodation in our on-site, spick and span ensuite rooms (by the way – we don’t do online booking as we like to find out exactly what you need from your room first!)
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner plus snacks
- A brilliant array of accessible outdoor activity – led by our qualified instructors – tailored to you and the time of year.
- And everything else – all those things you didn’t expect but that really matter: meeting and making friends with like-minded families and individuals; a break away from the daily grind; doing things you may never have thought possible – together; quite simply – making memories.