Home of the Concorde Wheelchair Dancers, Bristol's wheelchair dance team

The Concorde Wheelchair Dancers are a registered charity, and as such we couldn't exist without the donations and support of a great many councils, bodies and individuals. Every donation, from large charitable grants to the pennies added to our collection tins when we occasionally rattle tins (okay... so we're not literally allowed to rattle them any more...) is gratefully acknowledged. Each contribution helps us afford expensive accessible transport to regional and national events, fundraisers and competitions. It also helps us with the cost of accessible accommodation when we're on the road.

We've said it before, but it bears repeating - without your contributions, we couldn't do what we do. We'll acknowledge all donations through our blog and Twitter pages, then record them here for posterity. Thank you all so much.



Previous regular donors have included the Co-Operative Insurance, the John James Trust, the Freemasons, and our sponsor Elite Mobility of Staple Hill whose funding and team sweatshirts have been much appreciated. Click their links in the bar on the right to pay them a visit.

If we've missed your donation or link, drop us a line at wheelchairdance@gmail.com and we'll fix it right away.



We're also happy to provide links on this page to our friends and fellow wheelchair dancers, including the Wheelchair Dance Association of Great Britain who organise biannual competitions for dance teams across England and Scotland. The Association includes both teams and individuals as associate members - check out their website to find out more.
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The Wheelchair Dance Association of Great Britain
Cerebral Palsy Plus - a Bristol based charity working with children and adults with Cerebral Palsy, their families and their carers