A Christian organisation with a worldwide vision for people with sight loss has celebrated reaching milestone anniversary.

Ammanford Torch Fellowship Group meet on the first Saturday of every month at Ammanford Evangelical Church.

The Ammanford branch of the group celebrated the 60th anniversary of the foundation of the Torch Trust by holding a Home Grown Talent Show.

The audience was thoroughly entertained, and many regular members took part in the event with a variety of readings, a quiz and various songs, finishing off with fellowship around the table with homemade sandwiches, delicious cakes and refreshments.

Torch Trust's aims can be summarised as enabling people with sight loss to discover Christian faith and lead fulfilling Christian lives.

Towards this end we provide Christian resources and activities for blind and partially sighted people worldwide.

The services are offered to all who experience sight loss, of all faiths or none, and including those with sight loss who have other disabilities.

Among the services, Torch provides Christian literature, including a free lending library and a range of magazines, in various accessible formats.

They also promote Christian fellowship through 110 local Groups across the UK.

Torch also runs a varied programme of holidays at their holiday centre and at other venues around the UK and abroad.

The international arm involves Torch working in partnership with others and being involved in various projects, especially in Malawi which in turn serves the needs of blind and partially sighted people in various other African countries.

Ammanford Torch Fellowship Group will next meet on September 7 from 2.30pm until 4pm when they will celebrate another milestone of providing Christian fellowship in Ammanford for the past 11 years.

Volunteer drivers available to take you door to door.

For more details please contact George on 01269 826 647.