Lincoln support service for adults with disabilities announce opening of new centre

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Navigation Support and Care Services, which helps adults with learning and physical disabilities, autism and mental health problems, has announced the opening of a new centre.

At a summer fair on Thursday, August 31, which saw a visit from the Mayor of Lincoln Chris Burke, the service announced the opening of a new centre in October.

The new centre is due to open in October this year and will be located at Sadler court.

This centre will be the third in Lincoln, with two others in the Carlton Centre and Bargate.

Currently, the service is based at the Carlton Centre and employs over 75 people.

The service has been running for over six years and will also see a new community supported living house open in two weeks time.

Sarah Caines, who works at the centre, said: “We had a wonderful day.

“The mayor attended along with the police commissioner and a wonderful PCSO.

“We raised a great £390 for the people we support!

“We will be opening our new centre in October and also open a new community supported living house in two weeks!”