Great Yarmouth autism charity gets an entrance facelift
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A charity which provides a fun, safe and caring environment for children and young people with autism has been given a facelift.
The main entrance of Sunbeams Play at Gapton Hall Road has been transformed after its gates were refurbished with pictures of the centre and the charity's vision 'A world where children and young people with autism are celebrated'.
On seeing the new look gates one of the young people attending was heard to say 'It's amazing; it shows everyone we can have fun too; it's our world where we can be ourselves'.
The gates are part of the ongoing refurbishments being carried out at Sunbeams Play and they have been funded by the Lord Baker Community Fund through the Norfolk Community Foundation.
The centre can have up to 15 children/young people in its session it holds. For information call 01493 442181.
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