Trilbies off once again to the Devizes Scooter Club, who vroomed their hairdryers down to the Devizes & District Opportunity Centre Friday to donate a grand total of £1333, raised from their hugely successful Charity BBQ day in July at the Conservative Club. The Day-Breakers played, along with Blondie & Ska from Chippenham. There was plenty to do for all ages and the sun shone down on us all. Oh, bring back the summer!
Charity BBQ day. Images by Ruth Wordley
The Devizes & District Opportunity Centre, a small independent local charity with over 30 years’ experience of working to promote the overall development of young children with disabilities and difficulties, opens a world of opportunities for children and their families through high quality early years education, therapeutic care and ongoing support.
First hand I’ve seen the wonder, delight and care this organisation, and the super heroic staff bring to Devizes and we should be truly grateful for the hard work they put in.
Meanwhile the Scooter Club zoom on, with a nine-piece soul band, Gimmie Some Lovin’ on Saturday October 27th at the Conservative Club. Tickets are £10, on sale through the club and Jeffersons. Then their monthly music nights continue with The Brightoners on 24th November. Aside from this though, if you’ve a scooter, or just wish to attend ride-outs and meetings, join them on Facebook.