We Too! and Codona’s deliver first Dream Night for children with disabilities

Dodgem at Dream Night

WE Too! and Codona’s have partnered up to deliver their very first Dream Night on Sunday 2nd July. This exclusive evening at the outdoor funfair is specifically designed for children with disabilities and their families. With reduced numbers to ensure it’s not too busy and no music to allow a quieter experience, families can enjoy the funfair without the usual crowds and noise. Due to capped numbers, the time to wait to ride is substantially less, making it a more enjoyable experience for everyone.  Any age can attend Dream Night who may benefit from the sensory adaptations.  

“We Too! has grown and developed “Relaxed Sessions”, over a number of years with Codona’s.  We’re thrilled Codona’s can see the value of our work and gifted this evening for us to fundraise and continue our work’. said Phionna McInnes of We Too!. “We hope that Dream Night will provide a unique and memorable experience for families who may not have had the chance to enjoy the funfair before due to sensory considerations.”

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Dream Night is the first of its kind in the region, and a first for We Too! and Codona’s. The event also allows We Too! to raise much needed funds to continue their work; ticket information can be found on https://DreamNightAtCodonas.eventbrite.co.uk?aff=oddtdtcreator

 Dream Night will run from 6.30pm until 8pm and allows access to all the outdoor rides in the park.

“We’re delighted to be partnering with We Too! to deliver this unique event,” said Gillian Gallan, General Manager of Codona’s. “It’s been a huge privilege for us to work with the team at We Too! from the start of their journey, however to work on this particular event with them, has been very special. We’re very excited about Dream Night and we can’t wait to welcome everyone to the event.”

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