The Pavers Foundation has awarded a £3,000 grant to Boomerang, a multi-sensory play centre in Bury, Greater Manchester, to help fund essential improvements to their sensory room.
The grant was awarded following an application made by Sharon Carey, Assistant Managerat Pavers in Bury, who’s daughter works at Boomerang:
“I chose this local charity to support as I am aware of the amazing work they do within our community by offering a multi-sensory play environment that specifically caters for the needs of children with a range of disabilities. Boomerang offers family support, exclusive sessions, therapy sessions and inclusive play opportunities for everyone.”Sharon Carey, Assistant Manager, Pavers Bury
Boomerang, based in Bury, Greater Manchester, has 3 custom designed playrooms, a large 5-star graded café plus accessible toilets and changing facilities, padding and hoists, allowing children with mobility issues and their families to access each area safely and comfortably.
The play rooms available at Boomerang include the soft play room, the interactive play room and the sensory room, which has been refurbished thanks to the grant form the Foundation.
“We would like to say a huge thank you to The Pavers foundation for supporting our project. Your donation of £3,000 to Boomerang really means so much to us and all the families that we support. It has allowed us to deliver our Sensory room revamp to update and add a lot of exciting new equipment to our sensory room. This will enable us to offer an even better experience for all the special children who visit Boomerang.”Emma Birkett, Managing Director, Boomerang
The Pavers Foundation is delighted to offer this donation to Boomerang to allow them to continue their fantastic work towards ensuring every child has the opportunity to have fun in a safe and stimulating environment.
To find out more about Boomerang, please visit their website: https://www.boomerangcentre.co.uk/