Join Certitude for a walk to celebrate the memory of Connor Sparrowhawk

#CaminoLB is a walk to keep alive the fight against death by indifference of people with learning disabilities and autism. Thursday 12th April 2018, 4pm. Walking from 336 Brixton Road to Brixton Town

Drawing of a red London bus

Thursday 12th April 2018, 4pm

Walking from 336 Brixton Road to Brixton Town

Connor Sparrowhawk, a teenager with autism and epilepsy passed away due to neglect whilst in an Assessment and Treatment unit in Oxfordshire.

After Connor’s death, his mother Dr Sara Ryan started the #JusticeforLB campaign. This uncovered a wider failure to appropriately care for people with learning disabilities.

LB is the acronym for the Laughing Boy: this is how people who had the privilege to meet and love Connor want to remember him.

#CaminoLB is a walk to keep alive the fight against death by indifference of people with learning disabilities and autism.

The user involvement group The Voice will lead the walk in Brixton with a red bus banner, the symbol of #CaminoLB

For more information contact Gianluca Zucchelli at GZucchelli@certitude.org.uk or 07726 695 838

Download the poster: Camino LB Poster