Circus fun for bushfire victims

ICE CREAM AND CIRCUSES: Sara Deboer, Hannah Engel and Ella Bradley get into the mood for fun at Simmo’s and The Circus Challenge.
ICE CREAM AND CIRCUSES: Sara Deboer, Hannah Engel and Ella Bradley get into the mood for fun at Simmo’s and The Circus Challenge.

SIMMO’S and The Circus World Action Park have donated Family Fun passes for circus and mini golf to the families affected by the Margaret River bush fires, to be used these school holidays, April 7 – 21.

Proceeds from the circus on Saturday, April 14 will also be donated to these families.

Simmo’s owner Garth Simpson said, “It’s a small gesture that we hope will bring a little laughter to the families affected by the devastating fires.”

Clinton from The Circus Challenge said he also wanted to give something to these families for the holidays, when the children would normally enjoy being at home.

“The Circus is perfect for all ages and is an inclusive program that is suitable for the whole family,” he said.

“Families can experience the fun and excitement of the circus with hands-on workshops, demonstrations and skills.”

Participants will have the opportunity to attempt juggling skills, ride the clown bike, walk on stilts, hula-hoop, spin plates on sticks, perform the diabolo Chinese yoyo and a more.

There will also be giant zorb style balls and bumper balls to play in.