A charity that helps disabled children is expanding its toy library in Stroud.

For the past 20 years Allsorts has run a specialist facility that has given families the opportunity to try out and find which toys work best for their child.

But in its current location the charity hasn’t been able to accommodate all the children and young people who want to come and play, and borrow toys.

So the charity is setting up a new library on the top floor of Brunel Mall.

It will be accessible to all children and young people, regardless of their needs, and will also be open for sessions for the general public five times per week.

It won’t be ready until September - but the charity is holding an information evening on the top floor of Brunel Mall on April 26 between 6pm and 7.15pm.

To get a ticket, contact amanda.smith@allsortsglos.org.uk