Disabled children enjoy dancing and games at party organised by Hendon Rotary Club and Barnet Council

Disabled children enjoy dancing and games at party

Disabled children enjoy dancing and games at party

Disabled children enjoy dancing and games at party

Disabled children enjoy dancing and games at party

Disabled children enjoy dancing and games at party

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Disabled children enjoyed limbo dancing, music and games at a party funded by the Hendon Rotary Club.

About 50 children and the same number of carers and parents attended the social event at The Eversfield Centre church hall, in Eversfield Gardens, on Sunday.

The Rotary Club contacted Barnet Council’s Disabled Children’s Team and offered the cash, raised through its numerous charitable events over the years.

Dozens of children with ranging disabilities enjoyed the activities, including a professional entertainer.

Rotary club treasurer Gunter Heyden said: “They had such a good time – they were beaming from start to finish.

“This was the largest event like this we have had in a while and it was such a success, we’re looking to do it again next year.”

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