A day of family fun

PUBLISHED: 15:45 15 June 2012

Organisers Sharon Hopeand her son Marcus Blyth, Richard and Debbie Quinn, Paul Skinner and Dave Evans.

Organisers Sharon Hopeand her son Marcus Blyth, Richard and Debbie Quinn, Paul Skinner and Dave Evans.

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BOUNCY castles, drums and stalls were just some of the attractions at a family fun day.

The event, which was held at Kewstoke Village Hall in Crookes Lane, welcomed people of all ages and was organised by the group Aspire.

Aspire was set up to help and support children with autism and other learning difficulties. On the day children were able to dress up in police uniforms and take a tour in the force’s van, make some music with drums and get some exercise on the bouncy castle.

n Pictured: Left - Sharon Hope with her son Marcus, Richard and Debbie Quinn, Paul Skinner and Dave Evans. Above - Lara and Charlie try their hand at playing the drums. Right - Trainee police officers Warren and Antony with PCSO Charlotte Edwards.

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