A Second Centre for Stick ‘n’ Step

We are so thrilled that Stick ‘n’ Step have achieved their goal of opening a second Centre, this time in Runcorn.  We have supported this charity, that helps children with celebral palsy, for some time and were so excited to be a part of their extension project.

Our most recent grant has helped fund some of the facilities needed at the new Centre.  The building layout has been cleverly designed to make life easier for the young people taking part in their conductive education programme here.  Every child at Stick ‘n’ Step has their own personal goals from moving around independently to improving self-feeding – everything the charity does is designed to reduce the child’s dependency on others.  They have helped many young people reach these independence targets and will be able to help even more now they have this second centre.

Opening Event

The children and young people achieve amazing things through Stick ‘n’ Step and this includes Sally who is pictured here presenting flowers to the Duchess of Gloucester at the opening event.  A huge smile from Sally showed how proud she was on the day, as she took those important steps across the room to meet with her Grace.  We had the pleasure of attending the new Centre’s opening ceremony and were so impressed with its facilities and, as always, the commitment of the incredible staff who work for Stick ‘n’ Step.


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