This year, the event industry cricket charity day, Sticky Wicket, will be supporting a Lord’s Taverners playground project at The Rainbow Department, Green Wrythe Primary School, Carshalton, Surrey.
The Rainbow Department is an autism base for children aged 4-11 which currently has 51 pupils.
Sticky Wicket organisers say the children at The Rainbow Department are working at levels markedly below their chronological age and that a playground project would be of great benefit to them.
“An updated play area will breathe new life into play time and we are certain it will produce positive outcomes in the months to all the children of the unit,” says a spokesperson for Sticky Wicket.
This year’s Sticky Wicket VIII takes place in The Hub, Regent’s Park, London, on 23 July.
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