Centre 81 is part of the Great Yarmouth community but it came to TMS because, as a charity, it needed a stronger profile and greater awareness of its work.
For years, it has provided training, leisure and social fun for members with physical or sensory disabilities.
That’s its role but what Centre 81 wanted to convey was the way it concentrates on people's ability, not disability; the sense of fun as it goes about its work, the buzz of enthusiasm which bubbles around.
So we created a new website which captured that atmosphere and attitude and illustrated it with lively images of the staff and members. That's the true picture.
And we supported that internet profile with a series of press releases highlighting the many good things that go on at the centre - a new kitchen for members to practise their skills and swap recipes; new vehicles for the friendly door-to-door bus service, and a visit to Centre 81 by social students from the University of East Anglia who wanted to see for themselves the real world of disability and share and discuss views and attitudes with members.
Positive results from a positive campaign.