PRINCESS Anne visited Stroud based children's charity Allsorts today.

To mark Allsorts 10th birthday, the princess popped in to see the charity’s toy and equipment library.

She was escorted around the Stroud-based premises and was shown the sensory room, music room and play space and was able to meet staff, volunteers, ambassadors and trustees.

Georgia Boon, Allsorts chief executive said: “This autumn is a special time for Allsorts as we celebrate our 10th birthday.

"We’ll always be grateful to the families who founded Allsorts, for creating such an inspirational community.

"We are extremely proud to be able to show Her Royal Highness the work we do here - we now work with more than 300 families who have children with additional needs.”

Allsorts is a pioneering charity, working with over 300 families who have children with additional needs in Gloucestershire.

The charity runs a range of youth clubs, sports and family activities to help disabled children form friendships and try new things.

Parents of children with additional needs who would like to join Allsorts are asked to call 01453 750474, or email

Allsorts is aiming to support an additional 300 families in the coming three years.

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