Juggler leads inclusive playtime

Around 30 children enjoyed a play session lead by a charity that offers inclusive activities for both able-bodied and disabled youngsters.

Hastings charity Play Sense ran the session on Saturday (13 September) at the West Hill Community Centre.

After the session one family said they had never been able to take all their children to play together in one place before. A Play Sense spokesman said other feedback from parents and carers was extremely positive. Jimmy the Juggling Jester wowed the children with his circus skills, while fruit kebabs, craft activities and sensory toys were all on offer. The charity hopes to hold monthly play sessions, and is looking for volunteer staff. Those interested in helping for a few hours on a Saturday afternoon once a month should contact secretary@playsense.org.uk, or visit Priory Meadow on 18 October where there will be an awareness day