On Friday 21st March a team of committed and enthusiastic young people from the Princes Trust at Wirral Metropolitan College led by Debbie Iveson, organised a game of 10-Pin Bowling and invited a group of adults from Wirral Autistic Society to join in. Both groups enjoyed unlimited bowling and lunch paid for by the Princess Trust Team after raising funds by doing sponsored bag packing at ASDA.

Neil Murphy, Wirral Autistic Society – Community Development Activity Manager, said “We were delighted to be invited by the Prince’s Trust to take part in this afternoon of bowling which all our service users really enjoyed. We would like to thank all the team for being such generous hosts and giving up their time to help members of the community. Both groups benefited from the experience and this further strengthens the Society’s bonds with the good work carried out by the Prince’s Trust at Wirral Metropolitan College”.

Allan Davies, Service User, Wirral Autistic Society said “I had a great day spending time with new and friendly people my own age”.