The Paralympic Flame will be passing through Market Square, Aylesbury on its journey from Stoke Mandeville Stadium to London and the opening of the Paralympic Games.
Caremark’s clients will have exclusive access to a premier viewing area in Market Square giving them the best view of the big screen and the finale. Specially erected large screens will be relaying live pictures from the flame lighting ceremony, together with a spectacular finale with fire, song and dance by internationally renowned art organisations, The World Famous and Shared Space and Light.
Joint partners Aylesbury Vale District Council and Buckinghamshire Disability Service are organising all the arrangements for the celebrations.
Janis Anderson, Managing Director, Caremark (Aylesbury & Wycombe) commented “We are delighted to help our customers to be a part of these celebrations, using our adapted Caremark vehicle to transport them to and from the venue, and our Independence Club staff to accompany them”.
Pictured standing with the Caremark vehicle is Caremark (Aylesbury & Wycombe)’s Independence Club Field Care Supervisor, Charlotte Sulley. Caremark staff supporting clients with their Independence Club activities do not wear the characteristic Care Worker uniform whilst accompanying them to their chosen activities, but rather wear an easily visible ID Badge.
Caremark (Aylesbury & Wycombe) is a home care provider operating in Buckinghamshire, providing care and support services to adults, older people and children, as well as to people of all ages with physical disabilities, learning disabilities or terminal illness.