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Help raise money for adults with learning disabilities at fundraising barbecue this weekend

PUBLISHED: 12:37 08 August 2017

The fundraising day starts at 1pm

The fundraising day starts at 1pm

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The Astley Centre is holding its Summer Breeze event on Saturday

A centre which supports adults with learning disabilities is inviting Bromley residents to a summer barbecue this weekend.

On Saturday, Astley Day Centre on Magpie Hall Lane is throwing its doors open for a fundraising day providing a range of entertainment including face painting, a fire engine and a model rail exhibition.

Money raised on Saturday will go toward a Magic Carpet, an interactive sensory learning tool.

Volunteer, Sue Burgess said: “In the last year we have also funded theatre trips and outings to places like Hever Castle.

“We have a wonderful team of volunteers who work very hard so we are hoping lots of people will come and enjoy our summer event.”

The Summer Breeze Garden Disco event takes place on Saturday from 1pm to 4pm.

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