Friday, 5 June 2009

I moved on to the NW SILC to the official opening of the new sensory suite at the Penny Field site...

"We may run, walk, stumble, drive or fly,
but let us never lose sight of the reason for the journey,
or miss the chance to see a rainbow on the way."

Alison Ings, Chair of Governors, had invited me to the opening of the new facilities made possible because of the SILC's success in the National Lottery 'People's Millions' competition organised by Calendar News. The SILC secured £50000 to fund the project which provides state of the art multi-sensory equipment in the sensory room, the library and the hydrotherapy pool. This project has been led by Alison, Sue Knights and other governors supported by Michael Purches and his team and will make an enormous difference to the very special group of children at the NW SILC.

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