THE Aquopolis water park in Torrevieja will offer more activities for various associations and diversity groups.
Councillor for social welfare and accessibility, Africa Celdran, said an agreement was reached with Aquopolis Park Torrevieja director, Denis Pascal Moenandar to formalise activities and initiatives available at the water park for all to enjoy.
Celdran said the agreement “serves to capture and formalise the collaboration the park has been giving for years as it has demonstrated their sensitivity to accessibility and its social responsibility to all citizens.” She continued: “We’ve taken a further step to consolidate and shape this collaboration and enlarge it so it can reach more groups. We’ve foreseen the possibility of including new projects designed from the council or the initiative of associations linked to functional diversity.”
Moenandar said the company intends to “extend actions that put a permanent smile, at least for a day, on faces of families and people going through difficulties.”
Aquopolis has been holding the ‘Blue Days Inclusive Leisure’ scheme allowing people with disabilities to enjoy the park’s attractions. They’ve also welcomed Saharawi children as part of the ‘Holidays in Peace’ programme.