Early years pupils at Jigsaw Faculty for youngsters with autism on Dunsfold Park are actually playing a brand new roundabout, slide and resurfaced playground after Billingshurst and District Lions Membership raised an enormous £5,500 at their annual Golfing Day.
Lion president Joan Bobker visited the college with participants Michael Bobker and Patrick Windsor Brown to look the brand new playground in motion and to give the cheque to Jigsaw Agree with.
“This wonderful sum has made the sort of distinction to our pupils,” stated Robin Legge, Head of Fundraising at Jigsaw. “The playground is so vital, no longer handiest offering bodily task but in addition selling turn-taking, social interplay and motor talents. As well as we’re having a street painted at the floor to assist train street protection talents and supply additional motivation and problem to pupils the usage of trikes.
“We’re vastly grateful to Billingshurst Lions for setting up the sort of a success Golfing Day and supporting Jigsaw on this approach. The Billingshurst Lions are incredible buddies to Jigsaw and feature additionally been serving to out with adorning and upkeep around the college over the previous couple of months.”
Lions President Joan Bobker stated, “This used to be an impressive end result and we thank everybody who supported the Golfing Day: the sponsors, contributors and volunteer helpers, and Slinfold Golfing and Nation Membership for website hosting the development.”