Free family fun day for children with disabilities 24.02.10
A free family day for children with disabilities is to take place at the Phoenix centre, Wallington.
The fun filled event on 6 March will see a multitude of activities for all ages and abilities including bouncy castles, trampolining, arts and crafts, wheelchair basketball, football and athletics.
There will also be a sensory room, drumming workshops and an Easter egg hunt and brothers and sisters without disabilities are also welcome to join in.
Parents will get the opportunity to have some relaxation time with the mini massage sessions as well as being able to talk to over 20 different organisations who can provide services for their children.
Cllr Tony Brett-Young, Executive Member for Children, Young People and Learning Services, said: "Children and their families from across the borough are invited to take advantage of the wide range of activities at this exciting event.
"Although it is specifically tailored for children and young people with disabilities, there will also be plenty for brothers, sisters and parents to enjoy."
The event runs from 10am until 3pm but families can pop in at any time. For more information contact Sue Hughes, Inclusion Coordinator on 020 8409 7247.
Last updated: Monday, 12 April 2010