Wingate Centre youngsters receive Paralympic gifts

The success of Paralympics GB team is living on at the Wingate Centre in Wrenbury, near Nantwich.

The centre has received a donation from Sainsbury’s Nantwich which includes a haul of Paralympic athlete-themed advertising.

It will help staff enhance the Rieber Hall at the centre.

They will also be using the memorabilia to help young people who stay at the centre to remember the success of the Paralympic Games.

Staff have made gift packs of Paralympic items to give to young residents who stay for respite care because of their wide range of disabilities.

Nantwich Sainsbury’s spokeswoman Olwyn Payton was on hand to present the latest set of gift packs to childrenm from High Furlong School in Blackpool.

She said: “They were thrilled with their gifts and could not wait to show them to their families.

“The centre has been able to make up gift packs for many groups that will visit in the next few months.”

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