A NEW audio library will be launched in Elgin later this week.
With funding from the Bell’s Rotary Marafun, the facility will support people with a visual or hearing impairment.
North East Sensory Services (NESS) will launch the facility with an open day at its Moray headquarters at Elizabeth House, 10 Victoria Crescent, from 11am to 2pm on Friday.
A range of other projects, including a young people’s service, a support project for older people, a sensory cafe and a display of equipment to support daily living will also be on show.
NESS provides a wide range of services to over 4000 people with a significant sensory loss - blind, deaf, hard of hearing and partially sighted in the North East of Scotland and is the first full joint sensory service.