PACSO’s Captain Tom 100 challenge on Chichester Canal

Parents and Carers Support Organisation (PACSO), a charity which supports children with disabilities in Chichester and Arun, enjoyed glorious weather for its 100-minute inflatable challenge for the Captain Tom 100 challenge over the early May bank holiday weekend, raising money to support children with disabilities locally.

Friday, 14th May 2021, 2:47 pm

Thanks to the support of Chichester Ship Canal Trust, the team raced on the canal for one hour, 40 minutes to raise awareness of PACSO in the community. Since 1999, PACSO has provided a range of play and social activities for children and young people with additional needs, their siblings, and respite for families.

The Parents and Carers Support Organisation's (PACSO) 100-minute inflatable challenge for the Captain Tom 100 was held on Chichester Canal over the early May bank holiday weekend. Photo by Rick Gatley
The Parents and Carers Support Organisation's (PACSO) 100-minute inflatable challenge for the Captain Tom 100 was held on Chichester Canal over the early May bank holiday weekend. Photo by Rick Gatley
The Parents and Carers Support Organisation's (PACSO) 100-minute inflatable challenge for the Captain Tom 100 was held on Chichester Canal over the early May bank holiday weekend. Photo by Rick Gatley
The Parents and Carers Support Organisation's (PACSO) 100-minute inflatable challenge for the Captain Tom 100 was held on Chichester Canal over the early May bank holiday weekend. Photo by Rick Gatley
The Parents and Carers Support Organisation's (PACSO) 100-minute inflatable challenge for the Captain Tom 100 was held on Chichester Canal over the early May bank holiday weekend. Photo by Rick Gatley