Store staff see Sense to help blind charity

Volunteers and clients from deaf and blind charity Sense are presented with a barbecue by staff from Homebase, Spalding, including service manager Graham Pack and store manager Rob Angus. 'Photo:  SG050813-122TW www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/buyaphoto
Volunteers and clients from deaf and blind charity Sense are presented with a barbecue by staff from Homebase, Spalding, including service manager Graham Pack and store manager Rob Angus. 'Photo: SG050813-122TW www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/buyaphoto
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Deaf and blind people in Spalding have been given a surprise present worth £150 from staff at town centre store Homebase.

Volunteers and clients from the charity Sense, which supports deaf and blind people, accepted a brand new barbecue from staff at the Westlode Street store.

Rob Angus, store manager, said: “We get quite a few letters from charities asking for donations and Sense seemed like a really nice, local charity to support.

“They asked us for some sort of presentation and we thought of the barbecue to help deaf and blind people with their sensory skills.

“It’s something they can use and learn from.”