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Rutwel celebrates first anniversary with exhibition

Opening of the Rutwel (Rutland opportunities for work, education and leisure for people with learning disabilities) exhibition - Secretary of the Victoria Hall trustees Jim Telling and Rutland County Council leader Roger Begy, centre, cut the ribbon watched by, back, from left, Sonia Newton, Tony Perkins, Yvonne Laszkowicz, Martin Brown, Alistair Livingstone, Nicholas Long, front Susan Startin, Paula Howkins and Linda Crowther

Opening of the Rutwel (Rutland opportunities for work, education and leisure for people with learning disabilities) exhibition - Secretary of the Victoria Hall trustees Jim Telling and Rutland County Council leader Roger Begy, centre, cut the ribbon watched by, back, from left, Sonia Newton, Tony Perkins, Yvonne Laszkowicz, Martin Brown, Alistair Livingstone, Nicholas Long, front Susan Startin, Paula Howkins and Linda Crowther

A group which supports people with learning disabilities has celebrated its first anniversary with an art exhibition.

Rutwel was set up in October 2011 by Rutland County Council to provide education and leisure activities. As many as 10 people attend each session, which runs every weekday at the Victoria Hall in High Street, Oakham.

An exhibition of art work produced by the members opened on Monday and will run until Friday, October 5, at the hall.

 

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