Monday, 23 October 2017

Gift means music workshops for disabled children

A DAY centre for disabled children has been equipped with dozens of bongo drums, triangles and clackers after a donation.

Mohawk in Crazies Hill was given £1,600 by the Rotary Club of Henley Bridge to set up a new music workshop for visiting youngsters.

The instruments were presented at a party on Tuesday and children took part in a music session.

The money was raised through last year’s Henley half marathon, which is organised by the club.

Past president Annie Lathaen said: “Mohawk applied for the money and it is good local charity which provides a wonderful service. The musical workshop is for children who find traditional instruments too difficult.”

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