Workers at a car shop in Carrickfergus are pushing a car into the side of a ditch as part of a “miracle worker care” campaign.
The workers, who were paid £1 an hour, are part of the Carrick Fergus Caravans, a charity that provides care to people with learning disabilities and their families.
They are taking part in the Caravan Project, a partnership between the charity, the Derry City Council, and the Caravan Care Trust.
As part of this campaign, the Carvan Care Trust has partnered with the Drogheda Carers Trust, who are also providing care.
The car was parked at the Carriage House Caravan park on Saturday, with the workers pushing it through a fence, through a hedge and through a small opening in the side.
The group said it was an experience they would not forget.
“It was an amazing experience.
We have a really strong connection to each other and this is a really good opportunity to share that with our community,” said Caravan Team Member, Kelly Murphy.
“It’s been a bit of a challenge, but it was worth it.
We will do this again, we just have to find the time to do it properly.”
In total, there are more than 70 Caravan projects across the country.