Family fun day boost for children’s hospital
Baby Sensory Ashford and Toddler Sense Ashford and Maidstone held a family fun day on Sunday to raise money for London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Sita Turner , who runs the Baby Sensory classes, organised the event after her friend’s son, Sam Phayer, was rushed to the children’s hospital this year and diagnosed with the rare Sturge-Weber Syndrome.
The fun day was held at Hothfield Village Hall and included a variety of sessions for babies and toddlers as well as stallholders, a barbecue and games and activities for older children.
All the money raised from the event is being donated to the hospital and to raise awareness of Sturge-Weber Syndrome.
Sam Phayer, who was diagnosed with Sturger-Weber Syndrome earlier this year, after his surgery
Toddlers’ activity class for Great Ormond Street Hospital
Sita Turner with Travis, two
Rose Higgins with Evan, 15 months
Alex Ladley with Theo, 15 months