A couple have been granted permission to take their nine-month-old daughter to see the first UK charity of its kind.
The charity has been given permission to use a park in Nottinghamshire for two days to give the child an education.
The organisation is known as The School of Education.
But the family say they are worried about how they will be able to go about it.
Lucy’s parents are from South Yorkshire, and their daughter is one of just three children in the UK.
They want to give her the opportunity to experience life outside of her parents’ home, but they are concerned about the fact that they will not be able travel to Nottinghamshire, which has one of the highest rates of home-schooling in the country.
Lucy, who has a learning disability, has not been able to attend school because of her disabilities.
But now that she is back in the United Kingdom, the parents are determined to ensure her school experiences as if she is part of their family.
Lucy will attend the park with her school friends and with the rest of the family.
She has also been given a place to stay at her school.
But as they walk through the park, Lucy sees people from all walks of life, and is overwhelmed by the number of people she meets.
Lucy says: “There is a lot of people coming out, some of them with disabilities and others with just people that are just nice and friendly and people that just want to be around us.”
The family have not been expecting to get permission from Nottinghamshire council to travel to the park.
However, they have been given assurances by the council that they would not be barred from going.
Lucy is a keen horseback rider, and says she is always worried about her safety when she rides through the city.
“This will be my first time going into the park and I am just hoping that if anything happens I can get help.” “
The parents have applied for permission from the council to use the park for the next two days. “
This will be my first time going into the park and I am just hoping that if anything happens I can get help.”
The parents have applied for permission from the council to use the park for the next two days.
The park is part-funded by the Government, which is paying for it with the proceeds from a £4.5m road safety fund.
Lucy and her mother said they were not expecting to travel the full 12 miles in just one day.
She said that the experience of living with her disability was something she will cherish and that the family would never forget. “
But we are just determined to make the most of it.”
She said that the experience of living with her disability was something she will cherish and that the family would never forget.
The park is a very special place for me and it will be something that she will remember for the rest the life.”