Cardiff City Supporters’ Trust is delighted to have contributed £3,000 so a mural could be created for Cardiff City FC Foundation’s Sensory Room at the stadium.
The Sensory Room has been providing an inclusive environment for children and young people with sensory impairments to visit Cardiff City Stadium to watch the Bluebirds in action, or just take the time to enjoy their surroundings at the home of both Cardiff City and Wales’ national teams.
Speaking following the donation, Supporters’ Trust Chair Keith Morgan said: “The Trust is delighted to be able to support the Foundation’s work to complete the impressive Sensory Room project at the Cardiff City Stadium by meeting the £3,000 cost of a mural.
“The Trust recognises the importance of supporting children and young people with sensory impairment and we’re thrilled to see the end product of the art work created by the talented Rianne Rowlands. It is superb.”
Seven-year-old Harry, a huge City fan, was impressed with the new mural when he used the Sensory Room recently.
Harry is unable to watch his beloved Bluebirds in the stadium bowl due to his ADHD. Since finding out about the Sensory Room, he’s been a regular to home games with his dad, Chris, where he can watch in a welcoming environment.