A CORVETTE Stingray, donkeys and a coconut shy were among the attractions on offer at a "Day to Remember" held at the Chiltern Centre for disabled children in Henley on Saturday.
The event was opened by the Mayor Lorraine Hillier who said: "It’s nice to be able to come today. They need a lot of support here because they do a fantastic job.
"It would be lovely if we could see a regular income stream for them because it’s a very deserving, worthwhile cause and there’s a great need for it.
"Everybody who works here is passionate about what they do and so professional as well."
Centre manager Keith Manning said: "Last year’s event was so successful we felt that it would be fitting to run it again this year.
"People can pop along and renew old friendships and perhaps make new friends."
Thw theme was the seaside and artworks created by centre users were on display. The day of events also featured a soft play area and arts and crafts.
The classic car proved popular with centre user John Carr, 28, who said it looked like something seen in Thunderbirds.