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Hannah Watt (left) and San Chandler and other children from the Rainbow Centre were given exclusive use of Charles Coles' fun fair at Cams Alders in Fareham on Friday afternoon.''Picture: Steve Reid Blitz Photography (132452-933)
Hannah Watt (left) and San Chandler and other children from the Rainbow Centre were given exclusive use of Charles Coles' fun fair at Cams Alders in Fareham on Friday afternoon.''Picture: Steve Reid Blitz Photography (132452-933)
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IT’S what some children may dream of – having an entire funfair to themselves.

And that was made a reality for kids at The Rainbow Centre in Fareham.

The centre in Cams Alders helps children with cerebral palsy.

As a special treat, they got exclusive access for an hour on day one of a four-day funfair.

Organiser Charles Coles said: ‘It was very nice to see the children here.

‘The Rainbow Centre is close to the funfair.

‘I also know the children need lots of supervision when they go out. So this was a nice place for them to come as it’s close and they can still have the supervision.

‘That’s what it’s about – it’s for the children and they had a good time.’