The Wheelchair Dance Sport Association (UK) are proud to announce that Gyles Brandreth has signed on to become a Patron.
Gyles Brandreth is a writer, broadcaster, former MP and Government Whip – and a huge admirer of the work and achievements of the Wheelchair Dance Sport Association. A reporter on The One Show on BBC1 and a regular on Radio 4’s Just a Minute, his many books include The Oscar Wilde Murder Mysteries and the No 1 best-seller: The 7 Secrets of Happiness. He knows that dancing brings happiness. In his head Gyles dances like Fred Astaire. In fact, he dances more like Fred Flinstone. He is full of admiration for wheelchair dancers everywhere and wishes them – and the WDSA – all success and happiness.

“We are really excited to have Gyles as a patron,” says Patrick McGeough, CEO, “his knowledge and skills in supporting our charity to develop will help us to reach more individuals in the community, and show that everyone can dance.”