Empathy for Special Children walks to Flounders' Folly

Empathy for Special Children walks to Flounders' Folly

Steve Goddard-Cockaday and Sam Goddard-Cockaday embarked on the walk to Flounder's Folly, seen in the background, dressed as Smurfs. Pictures by Mark Bowen.

Youngsters taking part in the walk from left to right are: Ephram Leonard, Cameron Leonard, Dillon Goddard-Cockaday, and Ethan Goddard-Cockaday.

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EMPATHY For Special Children, a group to help youngsters on the Autistic scale, held a sponsored walk to Flounder's Folly on Sunday.

The mile long sponsored walk from Callow Hill to the folly raised money for the group and was part of April being Autism Awareness Month.

The theme of this is to 'light the world blue' so walkers dressed in blue with some even donning Smurf outfits.

A picnic on the steps of the folly was planned and around £500 was raised for the group.

Empathy For Special Children meets at the Craven Arms Community Centre every other Saturday from 2pm to 4pm.

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