The Berkshire Freemasons provided a free visit for hundreds of disabled and disadvantaged children to see Aladdin at the Theatre Royal Windsor on Tuesday 10th December.
You can view coverage of the event in the Windsor Observer.
This is what one group had to say about their visit:
We Just wanted to send our biggest and most heart-felt thanks and eternal gratitude, to both The Berkshire Freemasons and Variety Children’s Charity, for organising/ affording disabled and disadvantaged children a most “Magical Afternoon” out yesterday.
The Panto in Windsor yesterday, was quite simply amazing. The children had the most incredible time along with their parent/carers and wonderful memories which we are sure will stay with them.
We are deeply “moved” by the wonderful individuals at The Berkshire Freemasons for their incredible gesture funding places for the Panto, Goody Bags, Ice-Cream etc. Along with their selfless work, dedication and “Sheer generosity”, which enabled a huge amount of disabled/disadvantaged children to experience an afternoon of incredible entertainment and festive fun.
The volunteers on the day were fabulous, they helped to make the event incredibly special for all of the children. Thank you, we know that you gave up your own precious time to ensure the Panto was memorable for the young guests.
Please pass on our gratitude and sincerest of thanks, to the lovely Mr Michael Brown and his wonderful colleagues. We truly hope that they are aware of how incredibly “Special” they all are.
With our kindest regards and best wishes,
Aldershot Special Needs Group.