02:27PM, Tuesday 08 March 2016
Disabled children and their families took on an obstacle course and bungee jump at the Windsor Lions’ Funfest on Sunday.
More than 200 people attended the event at Windsor Leisure Centre, in Stovell Road.
Now in its third year, the Funfest aims to give children with physical and learning disabilities the chance to take part in a selection of free activities.
Children jumped for joy on a bouncy castle and took part in a game of human table football during the afternoon’s first session.
They then splashed around in the leisure centre’s swimming pool during two hours of dedicated play time.
The event provided activities for 131 disabled children and their families.
Event organiser Lion Paul Skinner said: “From small beginnings two years ago, the Funfest has gained huge additional support with a great number of families attending from a very wide area of the South-east and all thoroughly enjoying themselves.
“That’s all our club wanted, to ensure we delivered a great fun event for many youngsters and we did just that.”
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