A charity barbecue was saved at the last minute thanks to a local fast food chain.
Westhill-based SensationALL had planned to hold the event for their teens group, but the cold and wet weather threatened to ruin the fun.
Determined the youngsters should still enjoy some fun on their Easter break, staff headed to McDonald’s in Westhill.
Kind-hearted staff supplied the charity with 25 meals for the group and “saved the day”.
‘McDonald’s we love you’
A spokeswoman for SensationALL wrote on Facebook: “Mcdonald’s Westhill… we love you.
“We had originally planned for a BBQ this week for our teen groups, but surprise surprise the weather had other ideas.
“In stepped Kelly and her team at McDonald’s Westhill who supplied 25 meals for the group and saved the day.”
“It went down a treat by all – staff included – and it’s fantastic to have that local support from such a big organisation.”
SensationALL provide therapeutic activities and specialist support for individuals with disabilities or multiple support needs(MSN), their families and professionals.
The charity’s vision is to give people with disabilities a place to belong, where they feel empowered, safe and supported throughout their lives.