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Harrow Association of Disabled People holds protest to mark International Day of Disabled People 2012
Protestors will march through Harrow on Monday to mark the International Day of Disabled People.
The Harrow Association of Disabled People is organising the march because it believes disabled people are being hit hardest by cuts to benefits and services.
The protest will start at 11.30am at Harrow Primary Care Trust's headquarters, in Lowlands Road.
The campaigners will then walk to Harrow Council’s Department for Work and Pensions, in Clarendon Road, before ending up at the Civic Centre, in Station Road.
Following the march, there will be refreshments available at the Red Brick Café in Wealdstone.
The Harrow Association of Disabled People is inviting the public to join the march.
The International Day of Disabled People, organised by the United Nations, is held on December 3 every year.
It aims to encourage people to think about, and address, the issues that face people with disabilities.