The voice of Disabled people in and around Surrey
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Tech Angels – providing devices, digital literacy training and confidence-boosting support
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Household Support Fund
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Reducing barriers to living as full and equal
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Surrey Coalition of Disabled People

The Surrey Coalition is run and managed by Disabled people for Disabled people.

The aim of the Surrey Coalition is to campaign and promote the rights of Disabled people to have equality of opportunity and to live independently. We feel it is vital that disability is on everyone’s agenda when decisions are being made.

Our work is focused on six areas

Getting Involved

Specialist interest groups that meet regularly with key health, social care and community partners to co-produce services and to feedback any concerns or issues that are affecting Disabled people


Access to technology and advice. If you don’t have access to technology or you need a helping hand to use your device, the Technology team can help

Mental Health

A network of people who have had mental ill-health, and carers, who work together with the NHS and social care service providers to improve mental health care in Surrey and North East Hampshire

Physical Activity

Access to advice and support to help you get active. We offer a one-to-one appointment with our physical activity expert to help you get active. Our physical activity team also signpost and share activities that you can get involved with that are near you. We also offer a monthly meet up to our members.

Campaigning and Influencing

The opportunity to highlight concerns and influence change for Disabled People

Keeping you connected

A range of social events from book club, glee club, virtual café, virtual trips and craft club Keeping you updated on everything that is happening in your local community that you can get involved with.

Upcoming Events

Latest News

Summer Edition of Coalition News 2024

21 June 2024
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Weekly Updates

28 March 2023
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Here you’ll find our most recent Weekly Updates. These updates keep you up to date with what’s going on in The Coalition as well as other news and events that we think may be useful for you. Please click on the relevant link to read the update: Loading… Audio version of the weekly update 22nd […]

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Contact Information


Surrey Coalition of Disabled People
Astolat, Coniers Way
Burpham, GU4 7HL

Call or text

Tel: 01483 456558

Text: 07908671402

Important Links

Simple acts of kindness that can transform somebody's day to day life
- Tech to Community Connect member
I've not been out for ages; it was really lovely to get out.
- Get More Active Get Together attendee