Sutton Mencap opens new £17,000 sensory room
A charity that helps people with learning disabilities has opened a new sensory room.
Sutton Mencap, based in Wallington, opened a new sensory room on Monday, September 9, after raising more than £17,000.
The new room will provide a place for children and young people to play and relax using the latest technologies.
Supporter Michelle Perrett, whose son Max uses the service, said: “From a parent’s perspective, Sutton Mencap has been a lifesaver for us as a family.
“It has given us a much needed break from the stresses of caring for a child with considerable needs. The money we have helped raise will only go part of the way in repaying everyone at Sutton Mencap for all they've done for us as a family over the years.”
Sutton Mencap are inviting their supporters to drop in between 4 and 6pm on Friday, September 20, to see the new room. For more information contact Tracey Hickey: email@example.com
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