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World Cerebral Palsy Day

Level Playing Field are pleased to support World Cerebral Palsy Day

Cerebral Palsy is the most common physical disability in childhood but is still widely misunderstood and can present itself as a range of different symptoms. You can learn more on the World Cerebral Palsy website’s Campaign page here and Scope’s website here

Level Playing Field General Manager Ruth Hopkins said “We are pleased to support World Cerebral Palsy Day to help raise awareness about this lifelong disability. According to Scope, about 1 in every 400 children in the UK has Cerebral Palsy. Level Playing Field will continue to campaign for an accessible and inclusive spectator experience at all sports venues and to work with the clubs and disabled fans themselves offering our ongoing support and advice.”