Open day highlights SUSO’s special qualities
A CHARITY which is run with and for adults with learning disabilities hosted a successful open day.
SUSO is a Macclesfield organisation that promotes friendship, wellbeing, skills and confidence among members with disabilities.
Members invited guests to go along and see the work they do and how the charity benefits the community.
They also hosted a raffle and mystery bottle tombola, and served an array of delicious cakes.
Megan Possart, who is the ‘five ways to wellbeing’ co-ordinator at SUSO, said: “We are really proud of what we have here at SUSO. We offer a warm and welcoming environment for people with learning disabilities, a place where people can join in with fun activities and social events, but most importantly a place people can just belong.”
The charity also welcomed Macclesfield Mayor Beverley Dooley, who excited dropperinners by letting them all try on her official chain of office.
To find out more about SUSO, which also runs the Parachute Drop-In Centre on Old Park Lane, go to maccsuso.org.uk or on Facebook. You can also call on 01625 424717.