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Thank you from the ABC Group, Stockport

Hi Linda

It was nice to see you last night to see what we do at the ABC Group. I’ve attached some photos (See Below) of the items purchased with the money your trust gave to us.

It was Christmas come early with all the teenagers very excited to see the new air hockey table which went down extremely well. We have refreshed and purchased many items with the money from art & craft equipment, various lego sets and figures with the Lego Movie very popular at the moment, a football table, transformer figures, wrestling figures with a truck, dolls make-up as we seem to like painting dolls heads in a rainbow of colours. The money has also replaced our very old games consoles with two new Sony PS/3 along with screens and new games. Some of the money has been used to subsidise a Christmas trip to The Lowry theatre which is very exciting for the teenagers since taking a special needs person out can be very daunting if they tend to run or shout a lot.

We are all very grateful for the money and it has all been spent on the children. The group is run by parents and volunteers so we don’t have to pay any wages which means our costs are all about providing an exciting atmosphere filled with laughter and toys

There are still a few toys due to arrive from Amazon which will be like Christmas again the next session

All the best and thank you from everyone at the ABC Group

Kind Regards

David & Tracy Creighton and the committee

ABC Group 1
ABC Group 2
ABC Group 3

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