A sunken sandpit, nature area and a music zone are just some of the wonderful new activities children at a short break unit in Kidderminster can now enjoy.
Thanks to the fundraising of parents whose children use the centre, £5,000 has been raised to improve the garden at Moule Close in Kidderminster.
The sensory garden will make a huge difference to the lives of children who use the centre, who have complex and special needs.
The event raised a total of £5,000, including a really generous donation of £3,000 from Elliott Nash Construction in Bromsgrove.
Catherine Driscoll, Chief Executive of Worcestershire Children First said: “It’s wonderful that Moule Close will be able to develop their sensory garden following this recent fundraiser, it will really create a lot of smiles on faces for everyone which is just lovely.
I’d like to congratulate the team of parents behind the fundraiser for their unwavering dedication on this, and I’m really pleased such a positive outcome has been achieved. I’d also like to personally thank Elliott Nash Construction for their extremely generous donation.”
Dee Pryce, Home Manager at Moule Close said: “The team are working so hard on fund raising for our sensory garden and keeping our children at the heart of what we do and this is a great example, I would like to personally thank everyone involved.’’
The evening was greatly enjoyed by all involved, and a ‘Mamma Mia’ theme ensured plenty of entertainment and dancing opportunities, as well as a raffle and silent auction.