Fun had by all during free Christmas fair organised for adults with learning disabilities

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Bicycle-powered blenders served up smoothies for crowds at a Christmas fair on Saturday.

The Christmas Fayre in Linwood Crescent, off Carterhatch Lane, was open to everyone but aimed at adults with learning disabilities.

Visitors enjoyed pony rides, a craft and face painting stall, hot food and drink, and a chance to make smoothies in a blender powered by a bicycle.

Father Christmas also turned up to show crowds what he was made of by jumping on a bike and creating his own smoothie.

The fair, which ran between 2pm and 5pm, was organised by Outward Supported Living Services, a housing support project for adults in Enfield with learning disabilities.

Team manager Sufina Ahmad said: "I think everyone had a lot of fun. It went really well.

"We just wanted to do something because we have done something for the last couple of years and it really helps in terms of improving relationships between the services and people in the community."

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