A CHARITY champion from Winwick is continuing with her mission to help adults living with autism and complex learning disabilities.

Jenny Allcock is inviting the public to join her at The Midland Hotel in Manchester for a masquerade ball on November 10.

Inspired by her work at the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust near Lymm, Jenny set up the charity in June 2016 to help enrich the lives of adults over the age of 18 with additional needs.

This is the second ball for the charity and guests will be treated to an evening of glamour with bubbles on arrival followed by a three course meal, music by north west-based band The Provocateurs, auction and a raffle.

The evening, sponsored by the Warrington branch of jewellers Shipton and Co, is centred around raising the profile of Creating Adventures which exists to bring laughter, stimulation and enrichment to the lives of adults aged 18 plus with autism and additional needs.  

Jenny said: “For many, age is merely a number and they still want to enjoy many of the activities they will have enjoyed as a child but are not available as an adult or are deemed to be socially unacceptable.  

“Creating Adventures is about unmasking those perceptions and barriers that exist in the community and giving adults in need the activities that they want to enjoy.”  

Tickets are £60 each and are available individually or as tables of 10.  
Businesses are being encouraged to join in with the festivities as an early Christmas celebration for their staff.  

For tickets call Anne Jackson on 07717 128682 or Jenny on 0161 706 1040.