The individuals of Sherburn House, The Wilf Ward Family Trust, recently had an extraordinary experience at Fake Fest in Harrogate, demonstrating once again how the Trust enables extraordinary lives through outstanding support. The event, held on Saturday 15th July, brought joy, music, and unforgettable memories to the individuals, proving that everyone deserves the chance to immerse themselves in the magic of live music.

Fake Festivals, renowned for their incredible tribute acts and lively atmosphere, provided the perfect opportunity for the individuals supported by the Wilf Ward Family Trust to let loose and enjoy a day filled with music and camaraderie. The festival, which recreated the ambience of legendary bands, showcased the power of music to bring people together and create lifelong memories.

For the individuals of Sherburn House, attending Fake Fest was not just about the music; it was a transformative experience that ignited their spirits and fostered a profound sense of belonging. The event provided a platform for them to showcase their vibrant personalities, talents, and passions in a supportive and inclusive environment.

“We believe in enabling extraordinary lives through outstanding support, and events like Fake Fest allow us to break barriers and create life-enriching experiences for the individuals we care for,” said Megan Carter, Registered Manager – The Wilf Ward Family Trust. “Witnessing the joy on their faces and seeing them dance and sing along to their favourite songs was truly heart-warming. It exemplifies the essence of our mission and the positive impact we strive to make.”

The Wilf Ward Family Trust is dedicated to empowering individuals with diverse abilities, ensuring they have access to opportunities that enrich their lives and nurture their unique talents. Attending Fake Fest not only offered a chance to enjoy music but also provided an opportunity for social interaction, personal growth, and the development of lifelong friendships.

The Trust remains committed to creating an inclusive society where everyone is celebrated and valued for their individuality. By enabling extraordinary lives, the Trust aims to transform the future and challenge preconceived notions about what individuals with diverse abilities can achieve.

As the individuals of Sherburn House reflect on their memorable day at Fake Fest, their smiles radiate the spirit of empowerment, inclusivity, and endless possibilities. The Wilf Ward Family Trust continues to pave the way for extraordinary lives, inspiring others to embrace diversity and create a future where every individual can thrive.