A company from Bristol will be offering free non-contact visits with some favourite characters for isolated children on Wednesday.

On Wednesday March 25, Special Occasions Mascots are sending out a team of their most popular mascots to visit high risk children or those living with high risk parents, whilst the coronavirus pandemic continues to confine people to their homes. They will also be offering these visits to vulnerable adults.

The mascots, consisting of Paw Patrol pups, LOL dolls and their infamous Love Heart will be offering special no contact visits where the children can look out of their window and enjoy their special greeting and a 'quick boogie' whilst remaining in the safety of their own home.

Special Occasion Mascots Owner, Rich Golding said:

"I am doing this just because I want to help children anyway I can. Vulnerable children have got it so hard being asked to isolate for months, I just want to do my bit to help put smiles back on their faces".

Full details of this free service, as well as other offers Special Occasions Mascots are making available can be found on their Facebook page.

Wednesdays visits will be free of charge but if anyone would like to make a donation, Special Occasion Mascots are asking for it to be made to the Wallace and Gromit Appeal.

If you know of anyone who would love a special visit please contact Rich on 07817 683192 or find their Facebook page here: