Games day proves a hit

(l-r): Staff member Shebby Uretener and resident Ken Lawrence look on while resident Lisa Baird rolls the die
(l-r): Staff member Shebby Uretener and resident Ken Lawrence look on while resident Lisa Baird rolls the die
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ADULTS with learning difficulties enjoyed an Oscar-themed games day.

The event was organised by Sanctuary Carr-Gomm – a charity which runs homes for people with learning difficulties in Montserrat Road and Victoria Square in Lee-on-the-Solent.

Residents and their families took part in a range of games - including one which involved rolling a giant die to move Oscar statues round a track and avoid forfeits. Some also dressed as celebrities.

Lesley Senior, from Sanctuary Carr-Gomm, said: ‘We all had such great fun. It was wonderful.’

Relatives also dug deep to help raise £800 towards a new people carrier for the Montserrat Road home residents.