The Vitality British 10k event took place in London yesterday (Sunday 10th July 2016) and there were six volunteers running to raise much needed funds for Enfield Mencap. The six were made up of staff, supporters and Sarah, one of our Members who has a learning disability.
For more information about the team and what they achieved click here.
The story has been picked up by the local paper, the Enfield Independent; see http://www.enfieldindependent.co.uk/news/14625942.Woman_with_learning_difficulties_completes_charity_for_her_support_service/
If you would like to support Sarah and the team please make a donation at
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Enfield Mencap helps adults with a learning disability to improve their quality of life and move towards independence and a fulfilled lifestyle, working with them and their families through a person-centred approach to life planning.
We provide a range of quality services both at The New Opportunity Centre in Edmonton and out in the community.
All services are developed around an individual service user’s needs and aspirations, identified through regular planning meetings and person-centred reviews. Service users are encouraged to take a holistic view of their lives encompassing leisure, work, education, social and home life.
Enfield Mencap has been working in the London Borough of Enfield since 1965 and we welcome service users from adjoining Boroughs, Hertfordshire and Essex.
Enfield Mencap is affiliated with National Mencap.