The university worked with Durham Area Disability Leisure Group (DADLG), based in Durham City, which provides sports, leisure and social opportunities for children and young people with disabilities.
What does DADLG stand for?
DADLG stands for Durham Area Disability Leisure Group (UK)
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As reported in the Gazette, Nicholson's Transport is donating pounds 10 for every gold medal won by Team GB at the Paralympics to the Durham Area Disability Leisure Group (DADLG).
DURHAM Area Disability Leisure Group, based at the Riverside, has received a grant of pounds 21,200 from Children in Need.
The Durham Area Disability Leisure Group, which meets at Chester-le-Street, has more than 120 families on its books and arranges activities such as cycling, trampolining, quad bike racing and football.