With furry friends, funny faces, bubbles, balloons, tasty lunch and young musicians making music, there was more than a sprinkling of magic at the event. A small bearded dragon and a real live unicorn, named Smurf, joined more than 60 children and their families to celebrate.
The Access Fund work, which we undertake, is very close to our heart and means a great deal. It is truly inspiring to see children and young people with the challenges of special educational needs and/or disabilities blossom over time and to see the positive affect the Access Fund can have on them and their families.
THANK YOU to the amazing volunteers who put together a fantastic event