Cerebral Palsy Sport launches new membership package

In response to requests and increased interest, Cerebral Palsy Sport has launched a brand new membership package for families and announced changes to some of their existing membership categories.

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Today, Thursday 1 June 2017, Cerebral Palsy Sport announces changes to their membership categories and launches a brand new membership package for families.

In response to requests and increased interest for a family membership, Cerebral Palsy Sport has developed a package for the whole family.

The family membership: 

This category is for two adults (18 years and over) and two juniors (under 18 years old) in the same family. All full membership benefits apply which include:

  • Regular information on the charity and events
  • First opportunity on event tickets and offers that Cerebral Palsy Sport receive from partner organisations
  • Reduced costs for Cerebral Palsy Sport events
  • Invitation to members meeting and AGM
  • Voting rights for adults aged 18 +

The cost of the annual family membership is £50 (for additional juniors a £10 fee, per child is applied).

There will be an increase in individual annual membership fees for those joining or renewing from Thursday 1 June 2017.

Adult membership (for people aged 18 and above) will increase to £20 and junior membership (for people aged under 18) will increase to £15. The membership continues to offer discount to Cerebral Palsy Sport event entry fees.

Changes to membership categories, benefits, new family membership and downloadable forms can be found on the Cerebral Palsy Sport website.

Cerebral Palsy Sport is the country’s leading national disability sports organisation supporting people with cerebral palsy to reach their life potential through sport and putting people with cerebral palsy and their families at the heart of everything.

Cerebral Palsy Sport provides disability sports opportunities, such as football, swimming, athletics, and adapted sports including RaceRunning, Frame Football and Table Cricket. They also offer expert, specialist support to parents, support workers, teachers, coaches, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, sport providers and other professionals on how to adapt sports for people with cerebral palsy.

For more information please contact info@cpsport.org or visit the website www.cpsport.org.