On Bank holiday Monday, 7th May 2018, Cambridge charity Power2Inspire is organising, with the support of the Friends of the Rec, a new Super Sensory 1K Event at Histon and Impington Recreation Ground as part of the annual Impington Festival of Running. The event celebrates inclusion and getting disabled and non-disabled people participating in physical activity together.

John Willis – Founder of ‘Power2Inspire’

The ‘Super Sensory 1K’ is being organised in partnership with the Friends of Histon and Impington Recreation Ground with registration opening at 10.30am with a start time of 11.30am. The event is open to all – young, old, disabled, non-disabled, walkers, runners, parents, carers and siblings.

John Willis, founder and CEO of Power2Inspire, said:”When I was young it was normal for disabled people to be excluded from activity; now separate events are created. We want to change that dynamic and bring people together, so everyone can experience the thrill of participating in the same event.”

Sally Gibson, Operations Manager at Power2Inspire added, “The Super Sensory 1K event is the first of its kind in the area, and we want to use this event to raise the profile of inclusive sport and physical activity. The Super Sensory 1K event enables disabled and non-disabled people to take part together.