Families living with autism are being invited to a free FunFest taking place in Windsor in March.
The event, organized by the Windsor Lions Club, will be tailored for children with physical, sensory and learning disabilities, including autism spectrum conditions. Siblings are welcome to join in the fun.
Places for up to 200 children are available at the FunFest, which is at Windsor Leisure Centre, at Clewer Mead, in Stovell Road, on Sunday, March 19, from 2pm to 6pm.
Attractions will include bowling skittles, human table football, an obstacle course, soft play area, bungee run, bouncy castles and a sporting corner, with boules, throwing balls and new age kurling.
People attending FunFest will have exclusive use from 4pm of the leisure centre’s pool, which features slides and a wave machine.
The event is open to families from Berkshire and surrounding areas and will be managed by Maidenhead-based disability sports charity SportsAble.
Click here for more information about the FunFest and to download a form to register for free places at the event.