A donation of £700 has been presented to a charity that helps children and young people who are blind or partially sighted. Tracie Tappenden, chief executive of VICTA, receives a cheque from Aspley Guise-based drama group The Chameleons.
The group held their annual Christmas concert in December with all profits going to the charity, based in Woolstone.
VICTA organise activities designed to improve the emotional, social and living skills of the children and young people, and also make grants available to enable them to reach their full potential, whether it is for a Brailler or a computer with magnification software.
Visit www.chameleonsdrama.co.uk and www.victa.org.uk