Children went wild last week as they were let loose with water pistols.
The Aldingbourne Trust organised the event last Wednesday at their centre just north of the A27. The charity provides support for adults with learning disabilities and/or autism.
Michael Stevens was one of the organisers of the event. He said:
“We’ve had loads of children here today. It’s been really great.
“We’re trying to get more customers on the site, to get them to see what we’re doing. We want to help make it more sustainable as a whole, getting people to explore different aspects of the trust.”
Michael works alongside the people who the Aldingbourne Trust supports. He said:
“They’re filling up the pistols, telling the public the rules. Some are even getting involved in the water fight itself. That’s just the people helping out with this event.
“There are people helping out across the whole site, in agriculture and other areas. They help out in everything we do”
The trust supports Andrew Pickthall and Jason Attenborough. Andrew said:
“This is really fun. The kids get to do the really great stuff, playing out. We’ve been helping since 9:30am, the kids love it and so do we.”
“I just wanted to say thank you for all the staff helping out. Everyone has been so kind.”