Bell gets big anniversary party started
Updated 10:17am Saturday 2nd February 2013 in Latest News
A refuge supporting people in Trowbridge who have learning disabilities has celebrated its 10th anniversary with a big party.
The Ordinary Life Project Association (OLPA) has run its residential centre, in Barton Lodge, since 2003.
To mark the milestone, Trowbridge town crier Trevor Heeks visited last Friday’s party in Manor Court’s lounge, attended by about 40 people.
Tenancy support team manager Ellen Little said: “Trevor helped get the party going, ringing his bell, making a jolly atmosphere and cutting the cake.
“The work we do is really important, as anyone who has a disability deserves to be part of the local community, just like the rest of us.
“We hope we give people the skills to live safely. All the local shops know the people who live here and we have a good relationship with Manor Court.”
OLPA also has residential centres in Bradford on Avon, Melksham, Devizes, Chippenham and Semington and an outreach service.
For more information, visit www.olpa.org.uk.
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