Surrey Choices dancers set to take centre stage at national event

This event took place on Saturday 3 September 2016

A dance group with a difference from Surrey is preparing to take centre stage at a national event being hosted by the Mayor of London to showcase inclusive sports and disability arts.

Surrey Choices Rhythmic Collision Dance Company, which comprises of 14 dancers with learning and physical disabilities, will perform at the opening of the National Paralympic Day and Liberty Festival.

The festival, which takes place on September 3, at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, just four days before the Rio 2016 Paralympics, is a family-friendly free event showcasing inclusive sports and arts.

Surrey Choices celebrates second year of service

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Investing in our New Mini Bus Fleet

People across Surrey will soon be able to spot a fleet of colourful new buses that are helping transport Surrey Choices customers across the county.
The fleet of 16 new adapted vehicles will be used to transport customers to activities, social groups and day trips.
The vehicles, which were delivered in July, have been hired on a four year operational lease.

Cartoon characters showing some of the summer scheme workshops - an artist

Surrey Choices Summer Scheme is back!

Surrey Choices is offering a summer of fun and learning for young adults with a range of abilities across Surrey.

The aim of the Summer Scheme, which offers workshops in locations across Surrey, is to build confidence, while learning new skills and making friends. The programme offers customers a wide variety of workshops, including countryside ranger, graphic design, radio presenting and photography.