Stick ‘n’ Step is looking for brave supporters to help celebrate its 21st birthday.
The cerebral palsy charity is holding a Family Fun Day, open to the public, which is going to include a sponsored Lego Walk, where participants will make their way across a path of Lego to boost the charity’s fundraising efforts.
As well as the Lego Walk, there will be taster sessions from CP Sports and CP United, a Rhino Sensory Trailer, entertainment from Sing Me Merseyside and Cheshire Dance, as well as face painting, stalls, games, and refreshments.
The event will be fully accessible, including toilet facilities.
Stick ‘n’ Step’s Family Fun Day is taking place at Cheshire View, near Chester on Sunday 16 July from 12.00 – 4.00pm.
Community Fundraiser, Jodie Solaiman, said, “We want as many people as possible to join us as we celebrate turning 21 years old, so the whole event has been designed to be inclusive so everyone can enjoy the fun!
“Last year our fun day featured a fire walk – this year we have decided to go for something a little different, but just as challenging, with our Lego Walk. We are very grateful to CP Sports and CP United for their support in providing some accessible sport taster sessions too.”
To find out more about the day or register for the Lego Walk, go to Stick ‘n’ Step – 21st Birthday Family Fun Day and Lego Walk (sticknstep.org) or email email@example.com
Stick ‘n’ Step provides free weekly conductive education sessions to children and young people with cerebral palsy up to the age of 25, allowing them to gain the skills they need to live more independent lives.
The charity relies on supporters and volunteers to help raise the £750,000 required to deliver its services to over 100 families each year at its Wallasey and Runcorn centres. Find out more about the charity by visiting www.sticknstep.org