The Peninsula Cerebra Research Unit for Childhood Disability Research hold family fun day at Pennywell Farm in Devon.
The Peninsula Cerebra Research Unit for Childhood Disability Research (PenCRU) recently held their annual family fun day at Pennywell Farm in Devon.
The event was organised in order to thank the unit’s Family Faculty which is made up of all the families who have been involved in the research that the unit carries out. The day was a huge success and PenCRU wanted to thank everyone who took part, especially the unit’s very own Chris Morris.
Chris “volunteered” to take part in a cream pie challenge which saw many of the children who were in attendance queue up to make sure he was well and truly covered in pie! The staff at PenCRU even made sure there was video evidence of the challenge which can be seen below. It was all for a good cause however with Chris choosing to donate sponsorship raised through the challenge to Cerebra and our work.
The PenCRU unit aims to carry out research that is relevant to families with disabled children and is there to respond to questions from families about therapies and health services for all children and young people affected by disability.