PACE Achievements on Display at Gunnersbury Park Museum

Published July 15, 2019

The National Paralympic Heritage Trust are currently showcasing an exhibition at Gunnersbury Park Museum sharing the story of the Paralympics and Dr Guttmann. The displays also feature some Paralympians that live in the area and PACE are delighted to be represented in this exhibition. It is a fantastic honour to be given a platform for more people to see the wonderful achievements of our members. The Gunnersbury Park Museum is free to visit, so please do go along and show your support.  The exhibition will be on show until 1st September 2019.

There will also be a talk held at Gunnersbury Park titled “Challenging Perceptions of Disability,” taking place on 16 July 2019 from 18.00 – 21.00 featuring Paralympic athlete, Dimitri Coutya. It promises to be a fascinating talk regarding a very important subject which affects a majority of our members. Below are the full details of the event. If you would like to go, click here.

The Gunnersbury Park Museum is situated in Gunnersbury Park, Popes Lane, London, W5 4NH.

Gunnersbury Museum

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