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Aim
The Fellowship is committed to meeting the individual care needs of members of the community with physical disabilities. Its aim is to support each of them with a level of independence, according to his or her capabilities. This helps them to lead a life as full and satisfying as possible.
 
Aim
Thirty Seven people with disabilities, who were full of enthusiasm to succeed, founded the Fellowship on 14th January 1949. Their motto was and still is today 'Help us to help Ourselves'. Astor Hall has belonged to the Fellowship since 1958. Astor Hall was sold in 2008, and the Fellowship has now relocated to the North of Plymouth next to Plymouth Airport.
 
Aim
The Fellowship is a registered Charity and the General Administrator is responsible for the administration of the Charity.
 
 



 
Aim
The Fellowship enjoys a membership of over 100 people with physical disabilities, who live at home in Plymouth and its outlying districts. A visiting welfare officer is available to give support.
 
Grants, donations, legacies and continuous fundraising generate the Fellowship's income. There is a full programme of entertainment at different venues throughout Plymouth.
 
During the summer there are trips to places of local interest. Holidays are also arranged twice yearly. Two specially designed vehicles provide an extensive transport system.
 
  • Fellowship Members Holidays
  • Monthly Social Meeting
  • Professional Support
  • Good Companionship

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