A WEST Kirby restaurant and Wirral CIC have launched a project to help local children overcome personal difficulties.
Wirral restaurant The Good Hood and charity Break The Mould have partnered to offer free ‘It’s All Good In The Hood’ parties where they provide food, drink, and games for children in the area.
Their first event, which was held on August 30, saw more than 20 children attend including those who have dealt with challenging upbringings, battling disabilities and helping others.
Break The Mould CIC, which offers sport, activities and education for local children, received nominations for children who deserved a party.
Kris Leigh from Break The Mould CIC said: “It’s been so heartwarming to celebrate these amazing children and throw them a fantastic party — they truly deserve it.
“Break The Mould CIC is all about bridging the gap and that’s exactly what we’ve done here put on something special for children who deserve to be recognised.
“The event couldn’t have gone better and it was amazing to see their happy faces.
“Break The Mould offers summer camps, weekend activities and education for children but this was something really special to do.
“It was great to collaborate with so many great people on the project and we’re looking forward to future events.”
In addition to food and drink, fun and games and a princess visit, the children received party bags that included Positivity Club goodies and a golden ticket to bring their family back to The Good Hood.
After such a successful first summer holiday event, there will be future events for more children in the Christmas and Easter holidays.
Richard Fergie, the owner of The Good Hood, said: “It’s been an incredible team effort and it was so nice to see all the children having a great time.
"From R & J Travel who provided the transport to all the children’s entertainers and the restaurant staff, everyone was amazing and it was an honour to host this lovely event.”
To nominate a child for the next party email email@example.com.