Does Bristol need a community therapy centre to help disabled adults keep mobile and independent?

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John Holt
on 21st January 2020

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I set up a therapy centre in Berkshire a few years ago providing exercise for disabled adults , helping them keep mobile and independent. We have £100k of equipment and provide 250 individual exercise sessions each week, making a big difference to disabled individuals. I remain actively involved with this but now live near Bristol. I have a colleague running a similar Centre in Andover who is able to fund the opening of such a Centre in Bristol. My role at this time is to see if local health and social care voluntary sector 'movers and shakers' would like to work together on such a project in Bristol. Please let me know if this might be something you could get into? Thanks, John

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