Saturday night saw the Youth Group parents meet up for a casual dinner at The Thistle Inn.
It was a great opportunity for parents to get to meet other parents without the children around!
Great laughs and conservations were had by all.
1 in 4 New Zealanders identify as disabled.
Our passion is giving everybody, of every ability, the opportunity to reach their full potential.
We inspire disabled people to become involved in sport and active recreation by showcasing opportunties and pathways.
We enable by making it easy to become involved and by providing funding.
And most importantly, our members achieve.
dsport was announced the winner of the 2019 WCC Accessible Inititative Award at the recent 2019 Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards and Wellington Accessibility Awards at the Michael Fowler Centre.
This award celebrates an initiative that improves the accessibility of places, services or information in Wellington.
We were also named a finalist in the Accessible Champion Award celebrating a local leader or champion who has made a significant contribution to improving accessibility in Wellington.
Every year, Wellington International Airport, Wellington Community Trust, and the five local councils come together to recognise the work carried out by community groups in the wider Wellington region. The focus of the Awards is to celebrate volunteers for their valuable contribution to society.
Finalists from each region to compete for the overall award in their category, and the opportunity to be named Supreme Winner. Members of the public are invited to nominate any not-for-profit group or organisation working in the interests of the community.
The award winners and runners up will be announced on at a function on Wednesday 31 July .