Variety Club visits Radlett Centre
CYBERMEN and Daleks made sure special needs children had a day to remember last week. The youngsters were brought together at The Radlett Centre by the Variety Club which has long seen the need for special needs children to perform outside school. And amo
CYBERMEN and Daleks made sure special needs children had a day to remember last week.
The youngsters were brought together at The Radlett Centre by the Variety Club which has long seen the need for special needs children to perform outside school.
And among the acts - chosen with their teachers by the children - was a tribute to Michael Jackson by children from Radlett Lodge School.
As well as the performances, the children had a visit from Doctor Who's foes the Cybermen and Daleks and all those who had achieved an arts award were presented with it by Derek Martin, best known as Charlie Slater, the EastEnders cabbie.
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Organiser Julie Banes said: "All the Variety Club members and celebrities are really touched by the impact the shows have on the children. The talent among the children is amazing and the care and devotion is wonderful. It's great to see the children encouraged, applauded and rewarded for their skills.
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