Barnardo's role takes actress Jane Asher to children's centre
Actress Jane Asher visited some toddlers getting support from a vital children’s centre yesterday.
The star of everything from the 1950s Quatermass Experiment to Waterloo Road, was visiting the Kings Avenue Sure Start children’s centre in Corsham in her role as an ambassador for children’s charity Barnardo’s.
Kings Avenue Sure Start supports parents and carers of under-fives from Box to Kington St Michael.
Jane popped along to the greet the parents while taking time out from her current role in Charley’s Aunt, alongside Mathew Horne and Norman Pace at the Theatre Royal in Bath
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“Children’s centres are the perfect example of how the charity has moved with the times to tackle some of today’s most pressing issues for parents,” she said.
“It is vitally important that families have access to a safe and supportive environment which is non-judgemental and open to everyone, regardless of their background.
Barnardo’s team leader Sarah Nelson said: “We are delighted that Jane was able to visit our project and learn more about how we are helping so many families to turn their lives around.
“Our staff and volunteers have a great relationship with the local community, establishing a level of trust and understanding which encourages parents and carers to seek help if needed."