Somerset Disability Ball at Oake Manor Golf Club

MORE than 280 people attended the third annual Somerset Disability Ball at Oake Manor Golf Club.

Most of those attending the event on Wednesday October 19 live with a disability.

Guests enjoyed a two-course meal, a disco with DJ Dave Lee, a live Sventeen show, fireworks and many other fun activities.

With the support of the Rotary Club of TauntonThe non-profit event is run in conjunction with the Green Days Care Centre, which provides care, support and training for people with disabilities and learning difficulties in Somerset.

The goal of Green Days is to ensure that, regardless of the barrier, everyone can enjoy their life to the fullest.

Steve Purchase, Manager of Oake Manor, said: “This important event is a highlight of our calendar and a favorite of our staff.

“It’s incredibly heartwarming to see everyone having such a brilliant time and we’re really proud to be involved.”

Mark Lancaster, People Manager at Green Days, said: “We love supporting this event and it’s amazing to see the huge amount of fun on everyone.”

The ticket price for the event is kept low thanks to the sponsorship of the Rotary Club of Taunton, Oake Manor and Carly Press.

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