Over the last few years Beaconsfield Freemasons have been holding a series of events for local carers, both young and old.
Their latest initiative was a trampolining party for 28 young carers at the RUSH Trampoline Park on the Cressex Industrial Estate in High Wycombe. The Young Carers are part of the Carers Bucks charity which supports the well-being of unpaid, family carers in Buckinghamshire.
The RUSH Trampoline Park has many activity areas and the youngsters made full use of all parts of the centre, during a hectic hour of bouncing and bumping.
All this built up a healthy appetite ready for lunch and a good day was had by all.
Maxine Lansdell, Bucks Young Carers Activity/Support Worker Special said: "We are so grateful to Bucks' Freemasons for their continued support of our young carers. Days like these are a wonderful way of saying thank you to the children who give so much of their time to look after family members every day of the year. Special thanks must go to all the members of the Beaconsfield Freemasonry in the Community Committee, in particular Chairman Steve Matthews, who continue to organise and pay for these regular events for our Young Carers. The children really are so grateful and thoroughly enjoy their days out."
Picture shows Lottie on the climbing net.