Independent Options Hops in to Spring with Easter Egg Hunt on 23rd April
By Claire Holden on Apr 11, 2017
There’s an air of eggs-citement at Independent Options’ Children and Family Centre, as youngsters spent an afternoon making welcome signs and decorations for the Stockport-based charity’s upcoming Easter Egg Hunt!
The group got crafty at their After School Club in preparation for the charity’s Easter Egg Hunt, which will be held on Sunday 23rd April from 11am-4pm with lots of fun activities and games on offer for the whole family.
The Easter Bunny has been planning where to hide his eggs around Independent Options’ gardens at 67 Chester Road, Hazel Grove, Stockport, Sk7 5PE.
There will be outdoor games, tasty cakes and refreshments, crafts, a photo booth, bric-a-brac and, of course, the Easter egg hunt. The Easter Bunny himself will be making an appearance!
Entry to the event is free and to take part in the Easter Egg Hunt it is £3 per person or £5 for two.
Fundraising Manager Lucy Sawdon-Molloy said “The Easter Bunny has been busy gearing up for a fun filled day here at Independent Options, where there’ll be lots of exciting things to take part in and see. It is fantastic to open our doors and hold an event that the whole community can get involved in.”
Independent Options is a registered charity with almost 40 years’ experience of removing the barriers that society places in the way of people with disabilities and those who love and care for them. It currently provides support services to over 600 children and adults with a range of disabilities.
The Stockport-based charity aims to empower people with disabilities so that they can take control of their lives, achieve their aspirations, and live life to the full.
Established in 1977, Independent Options prides itself on providing a person-centred approach, giving its users control over the care and support they receive. It works with people who have learning disabilities, mental health needs, autism, acquired brain injuries, and also physical disabilities.
Independent Options offers services such as 24-hour care for people who have complex needs living in their own homes, a thriving Children’s Centre, short breaks for adults, and support for children and young people.
For more information, visit: www.independentoptions.org.uk