Respite holiday centre in Southport celebrated milestone birthday and thirty years of supporting disabled people and carers.
Revitalise Sandpipers, a local respite holiday centre supporting disabled people and carers in Southport, hosted an afternoon of special celebrations on Tuesday 30 October, in honour of its Pearl Anniversary.
Revitalise Chief Executive Chris Simmonds and Mindy Sawhney, Chairman of Revitalise were in attendance alongside an abundance of specially invited guests including The Mayor of Sefton, Councillor Dave Robinson.
Throughout the afternoon, guests enjoyed a variety of entertainment and refreshments in celebration of the milestone occasion, including canapes, live music and entertainment from local artists Laurel and Hardy Lookalikes.
A keynote speech by Revitalise Chairman Mindy Sawhney was then given to attendees, before the celebrations culminated with a performance from local musicians the Ukulele Minstrels.
Speaking of the celebrations, Revitalise CEO Chris Simmonds commented:
“We had a wonderful time celebrating Revitalise Sandpipers’ Pearl Anniversary, and would like to give special thanks to the Mayor of Sefton, Councillor Dave Robinson for his attendance and support of the occasion.
“I must say, it was truly special to see so many of our dedicated supporters from across the local community gathered together in celebration of the thirty wonderful years that we have been helping disabled people and carers to enjoy respite holidays.
“It is on occasions like this that I am reminded of just how fortunate we are to have the support of so many amazing people, both past and present, who have helped to make our charity what it is today. I couldn’t be any more proud.”
Revitalise Sandpipers was officially opened by HRH the Prince of Wales on 02 November 1988.