Nightspots Oceana and the Jam House have clubbed together to help children with disabilities.
The venues donated £1,680 through parent Luminar Leisure’s Echo Trust for two seats that are improving the lives of three to 11-year-olds at the National Institute of Conductive Education in Moseley. The Bambach saddle seats enable children with motor disorders such as cerebral palsy to sit independently in school lessons and breaks.
Ellie Smith, trust officer for Birmingham-based Foundation for Conductive Education, said: “The children are delighted with their seats, which not only increase their independence but improve their posture.”
Zolly Branch, manager of Oceana in Hurst Street, said: “We are always happy to enhance the lives of young people.”