A SPECIAL celebration was held for youngsters at the Chiltern Centre for disabled children in Henley.
The Day to Remember was made possible thanks to a £1,000 donation from Henley Lions Club.
The entertainment included pottery courtesy of the Kiln Ceramic Café in Reading Road, Henley, screen printing from the River and Rowing Museum, a magician, storyteller Hazel Pattison, a children’s entertainer from the MAD Academy, singer Jade Allum, handbell ringers Gay and Alan Cooper and a disco.
Pamela Lee, who works at the centre, off Greys Road, said: “It was fantastic. I have had so much positive feedback.”
Mayor Martin Akehurst, who joined the youngsters’ families for the day, said: “I thought it was excellent. People really rolled up their sleeves to make a difference.”