Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th October
10am-3pm each day
CADS (children’s able and disabled sports) are a series of unique sport, health and leisure activities organised by the sport and well-being team at Seashell Trust.
Every year, Seashell supports more than 50 young adults through the Royal College Manchester and more than 50 children through the Royal School Manchester, developing a whole range of life skills, personal health, citizenship, home management and travel.
Seashell Trust has hit out at Lord Freud's controversial comments about employees with disabilities – and says they have, in fact, a vital role to fulfil in the workforce
Lord Freud, welfare reform minister, has been forced to apologise after referring to working people with disabilities as: “There is a group... where actually as you say they're not worth the full wage and actually I'm going to go and think about that particular issue, whether there is something we can do... if someone wants to work for £2 an hour.”