UK Re~cycle delivers to the community again!

Two friends, Nicole Richards and Caitlin William’s on their three wheelers.  Both ladies have grown up with cerebral palsy.  They’ve been friends for over 20 years having attended Bel Porto School in Lansdowne together.  After completing school, they both joined the Village Workshop in Claremont where they’ve worked for the past 11 years.  The Village Workshop is a project of the Western Cape Cerebral Palsy Association.  Caitlin’s bicycle was acquired with the help of the Bicycling Empowerment Network (through the Re-Cycle UK container that was donated in May 2021).  The three wheeler provides the stability required for Nicole and Caitlin to enjoy the pleasure of cycling, enabling them to fit in normally with society.