Warrington Disability Partnership

Capital Appeal Project

Warrington Disability Partnership (WDP) is an independent user led Social Enterprise committed to valuing everyone's life skills, experience and individuality to enable positive change. In 2009 WDP won lottery funding under the community assets bid with Warrington Borough Council to have the Centre for Independent Living based at Beaufort Street refurbished, currently WDP is based at a temporarily located in Orford Day Centre. The Centre for Independent Living is located in a 100-year-old former primary school and disused caretakers house on the Beaufort Street site which when transformed will provide a community hub that will be used by WDP and the wider community.

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The initial refurbishment project includes renovating two buildings and building a two-storey extension to the old caretaker’s house. The new buildings will accommodate a range of services for the wider community including support for children; young and older people plus people from diverse backgrounds. WDP need to raise approximately £200,000 to cover the cost of the new projects and the new furnishings that are needed for the new community cafe, training and meeting rooms, reception, showrooms and IT training suite and are appealing for the support of local businesses and the community to help WDP achieve this goal. Sponsorship opportunities have been put together for local businesses as well as the community we serve from the high level Platinum sponsorship at over £10,000 to smaller Community Supporters under £500.