Stone children’s not-for-profit company awarded grant from Staffordshire County Council Councillor.

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After visiting The Chuckle House in Stone, Councillor Philip E Jones has awarded Chuckle Productions £1000.00 from his Staffordshire Local Community Fund allocation towards on-going costs at the company.

Chuckle Productions, based in Stone Enterprise Park, provides high quality, innovative workshops that aid the development (physical, cognitive, social and emotional) of children and young people. Chuckle aims to spark the imagination, inspire and interact with families in a fun and unique way, always making sure there are plenty of chuckles along the way.

Chuckle also offers specialist services for assessment and support, including Educational Lessons and Paediatric Physiotherapy. The Chuckle House is also home to Chuckle Stars, a Musical Theatre Company for children with additional needs.

The Staffordshire Local Community Fund is an initiative, which supports communities directly through local county councillors. Each councillor has £10,000 a year to allocate to groups and organisations in their division to provide and improve locally important services and promote community pride.
Cllr Philip E Jones county councillor for Stone Urban is excited about Chuckle productions and its important contribution to the local community.

“When I visited Chuckles I was very moved by the devotion of those in charge and their commitment to give a joyful and learning experience to the children. I am glad that I was able to help”

Director Sara Christie said:

“We are incredibly grateful to Philip E Jones for his support, it will enable us to continue the invaluable work we do here at the Chuckle House for the children and families in our community who need our help”

For more information about Chuckle Productions please call 07837 741510 or visit www.chuckleproductions.org