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The Amazing Great Children’s Party

July 2010 marked the 23rd anniversary of our amazing great day of fun for thousands of disabled, disadvantaged, leukaemic and seriously ill children.

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We entertained around 6,000 deserving children – children whose lives are not the expected carefree ones of childhood because of some disability or a life-threatening illness, or perhaps a difficult or unhappy home

With the help and support of many volunteers and sponsors, we provided all the expected party fun – marvellous magicians, fantastic face-painters, fabulous food, rollicking rides and a star-studded stage show.

Children and entertainers posing for the picture
People with balloons at a theme park
a group people and a child
Two children on a slide
little boy happily sliding
two children playing outdoors
A crowd of people at a theme park
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