THE Meon Valley Lions helped clear up the garden of charity neuro-rehabilitation centre.

A small team from the community group visited the Rainbow Centre in Fareham and “did a brilliant job at tidying things up”.

“The team took on the gardens at the Rainbow Centre and despite the horrid weather did a brilliant job tidying things up,” a spokesperson said. “They did manage to capture a rainbow in the photo but sadly there was no pot of gold at the end!”

The Rainbow Centre was created over 30 years ago this year and provides neuro-rehabilitation using Conductive Education that takes a holistic approach to helping both children and adults achieve their maximum potential, regardless of their starting point.

The spokesperson added: “It is this positive and inclusive attitude that is at the heart of making the Rainbow Centre a special place and the Meon Valley Lions Club are always happy to help where we can.”