Members of the public using Bassetlaw Day Centre were able to enjoy a day of fun, face painting and festivities at the annual summer fayre.
The fayre was the first to take place since the centre’s £2 million revamp, which allowed it to be used by the elderly and those with learning disabilities as well as the physically disabled.
Notts county councillors Alan Rhodes and Sheila Place attended and took part in the activities.
Among the star attractions were the facepainting stall, guess the name of the cuddly toy, a cake sale and a book stall.
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