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Welcome to The British Polio Fellowship

The British Polio Fellowship is a charity dedicated to helping, supporting and empowering approximately 120,000 people in the UK living with the late effects of Polio and Post Polio Syndrome (PPS), a neurological condition. It provides information, welfare and support to those living with the effects to enable all to live full independent and integrated lives.

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  • On this day 76 years ago The British Polio Fellowship was formed
    On this day 76 years ago The British Polio Fellowship was formed
    On 29 January 1939 The British Polio Fellowship was formed, meaning today the charity enters its 76th year helping and supporting those living with the late effects Polio and Post Polio Syndrome (PPS). Even after all of this time and with Polio now eradicated in the UK, […]...
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  • Ted Hill MBE: Letter to editors about Disabled Access Day
    Ted Hill MBE: Letter to editors about Disabled Access Day
    Charity CEO, Ted Hill MBE, wrote a letter to editors this weekend encouraging those with disabilities to take part in Disabled Access Day on Saturday 17 January 2015. Read it below: Dear Editors Disabled Access Day should encourage businesses to ramp up accessibility measures Saturday sees thousands across […]...
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  • OFFER ENDS SOON – charity Christmas Cards and calendar
    OFFER ENDS SOON – charity Christmas Cards and calendar
    OFFER ENDS SOON – charity Christmas Cards and calendar   The British Polio Fellowship is rewarding those that want to be super prepared for next year’s festive season by running a special offer on its remaining charity Christmas cards. For a limited time only, until stocks last, […]...
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Polio Support Services – What we do

Support Services – What we do

Provide key information and support for people with Polio and Post Polio Syndrome (PPS).
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Online Forum

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