By 2018 Nathaniel Hone
The Royal National College (RNC) for the Blind held their Achievement ceremony this afternoon at the Point 4 in Hereford.
Earlier this year, the RNC celebrated its 40th Anniversary of its move to Hereford. It is hard to imagine the city without such a great organisation in its midst. We are lucky to host the RNC.
This afternoon, presentations were made by the Lord Lieutenant of Herefordshire, The Dowager Countess of Darnley to students who had made outstanding progress in their studies in various categories. The students were then addressed by The Lord Lieutenant and Professor Tamar Thompson, the Chair of Trustees of the RNC.
Again, the RNC demonstrates that, with the right help, people can achieve great things.