PLENTY of festive fun and games were on offer as a group of people with learning disabilities held a real Christmas cracker of a party.
The event, attended by more than 50 people, was for day service users in Doncaster, and staged by Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust or RDaSH.
Traditional games and a pie and pea lunch were served up in the party room, which had been transformed into a winter wonderland thanks to papier mache models of an igloo, a sleigh, and snow figures crafted by service users and staff.
RDaSH senior staff nurse Christine Caddle said: “People who attend our day services come from all over Doncaster.
“Some live at home with their families, and others live in the RDaSH community homes service in a supported living scheme or registered home.
“By holding the event early in December, we can ensure that we all get the chance to celebrate Christmas together.”
RDaSH provides a range of mental health, learning disability, substance misuse and community health services for people across Rotherham, Doncaster and beyond.