Isaac Blake visits Number 10
Isaac Blake, Director of the Romani Arts Company, was one of the delegates chosen from 162,000 charities throughout the UK that work with children.
Isaac, Director of the Romani Arts Company was one of the select delegates that had the opportunity to meet with the Prime Minister and his wife at Number 10 with assorted celebrities and key officials from the nation's prime charities.
The event celebrated the work undertaken with organisations that have delivered significant growth and understanding with children through diverse communities.
"This was a wonderful opportunity to meet people and share the great work we have achieved," Isaac said.
Isaac was probably one of the first Gypsies that has attained the recognition and invitation to this prestigious event and he, once again, promoted and represented children from the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller community at the highest level.
Photo caption: Mags Lyons (Inroads Drugs project) - grant recipient, Catrin Fletcher (Chair of the Wales Committee for BBC Children in Need), Marc Phillips Head of BBC Children in Need in Wales, Gill James - Fundraiser extraordinaire and Isaac Blake Director of The Romani Cultural and Arts Company.