Wallingford charity Style Acre has officially opened its new look tearoom at Savages family farm shop in Blewbury.

A special ceremony was held on December 16, with Tim Henman OBE in attendance to cut the ribbon and officially declare the tea room (re-)open.

The tearoom was closed during November for the kitchen to be extended, the tearoom to be refurbished and a new, accessible toilet to be installed.

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At the tearoom, staff and volunteers from Style Acre provide work opportunities for adults with learning disabilities and autism and these changes will allow them to offer more work placements to the people we support.

A spokesperson for the charity said: “We still have work to do and are busy fundraising so we can kit out the new accessible toilet to create a changing places area, including a hoist and an adjustable changing bed.”