Oakfield provides sunshine to charity
Oakfield Foods Ltd, meat importers and wholesalers based in New Barnet, has presented the Variety Club of Great Britain with a Sunshine coach for disabled and disadvantaged children.
The Old Barn community centre Finchley North London caters for 232 children ranging from 5 - 17 years. The children's disabilities are very varied and include moderate learning difficulties, autistic spectrum disorders, ADHD, cerebral palsy and sight impairment.
The coach will be used to take the children out swimming, bowling, on all day outings and on other educational and recreational activities.
Pictured above Miles Levy, managing director, Oakfield Foods Ltd, Sheridan Smith, star of 'Two pints of lager'
Alison Moore, local councillor and Sunshine coach committee member and children from The Old Barn community centre.
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