Great fun at FunFest
On Sunday 28th June, Yateley Manor School played host to the annual fun day for people with disabilities, organised by the Lions Clubs of Aldershot, Farnborough, Fleet, Hart, Hook & Odiham, Loddon Valley and Yateley & District.
The free event which caters for disabled people of all ages and their families and or carers includes a huge variety of activities and welcomed over 650 visitors from the surrounding area.
This year's big hits included an inflatable slide and a bouncy castle. Elvis was also on hand to keep the music flowing and the 1st Cinque Ports Rifle Volunteers Corps of Drums added a well-received medley of popular tunes.
There was a craft table and all the participating Lions Clubs brought along their fun games to entertain our visitors. Also in attendance was the Cuddle-me-do Mobile Farm, where visitors were allowed to stroke goats, sheep, rabbits and various other animals.
Numerous cups of hot and cold beverages together with burgers and hotdogs from the Lions barbecue kept everyone going.
Brian Proctor, Chairman of the Funfest Committee said, "the day was an incredible success everyone including the Lions, partners and friends, all enjoyed the day and are looking forward to future Funfests".