James Freedman and Edward Hilsum (pictured) were pleased to entertain at 10 Downing Street on Tuesday to help the charity U Support which provides opportunities for children suffering with a disability, hardship or illness.
Founded by Adam and Tracey Gregory, U Support provides life changing experiences by helping disabled and disadvantaged children to attend sporting and cultural events with their carers.
The reception, to launch the charity’s ‘Opening Doors Campaign’ was generously hosted by Samantha Cameron and the door of Number 10 seemed like a very good place to start.
Prime Minister David Cameron said, “To have helped around 10,000 young people in just eight years is a marvellous achievement. I wish you and all at U Support every success for the future.”
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