The location might have changed this year but once again Henry Chipperfield and his team at Tor Fair opened up the rides for service users from Future 4 in Glastonbury one afternoon during the fair’s stay in Glastonbury.

The visit was organised by Glastonbury and Street Lions Club with support from members of the Leo Club at Millfield School who came along to accompany some of the guests on the rides.

The visit to the fair is now well established in Future 4’s calendar of events and the service users really look forward to the visit weeks in advance.  For many it is the opportunity to experience activities that they would not normally be able to and the fact that the speed of the rides is controlled creates a safe environment for all the visitors.

A spokesman for the Lions, Rod Speed, said “We are most grateful for the continued support of Henry Chipperfield and his team that enables us to bring along our friends from Future 4.  It is an afternoon that the Lions look forward to and it is just great to see so many smiling faces enjoying themselves in a special place”.




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