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It was such a delight to see so many people, adults and children alike who receive care and support have so much fun at the fair. The overriding sentiment from the people who came along to the accessible session was that it was an environment where they felt confident, comfortable and secure to be able to participate in the fair where previously they would have been apprehensive and lacking in confidence to attend.
Speaking to one mum she said “It was so nice to be able to bring my two children and to see them enjoying all the fun of the fair and really feel part of the Southend community”
SummerCare continues to be involved with great community events such as this because of their determination and commitment to promoting inclusion and involvement for people in the local community that receive care and support.
They would like to say a massive SummerCare thank you on behalf of everyone who went along to Joby Carter and all of his team who helped make this accessible open session possible.
The Steam Fair is in town until Sunday 03.04.16 so make sure you get down there and enjoy everything it has to offer.
If SummerCare sounds like an organisation that you would like to be part of, join their team, like them on Facebook, follow them on Twitter. If you or a loved one need care or support please contact SummerCare and they will be sure to try and help.