A charity that supports children and adults who are deafblind is celebrating its tenth anniversary in Spalding.
Glenside Resource Centre in Pinchbeck held an open evening to mark the day Princess Anne opened the facility. The centre is part of Sense College. It provides a service for people with sensory impairment and severe disabilities, including education-based programmes, as well as therapy and recreational activities. Deputy manager Ben Brown said: “We had balloons and banners and probably more cake than was good for us. “It was good to show staff where we have people in work experience exactly what we do.”