Clarity has been employing blind and disabled people for 160 years

Charity factory celebrates official opening

Guests and staff at Clarity's opening yesterday.

Workers at the Clarity factory in Highams Park.

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East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

A 160-year-old charity that employs blind and disabled people celebrated the official opening of its new Highams Park factory yesterday.

Clarity makes cleaning products and toiletries at its new Jubilee Avenue premises to provide employment opportunities to those who have difficulties finding employment.

A total of 58 blind and disabled people have office and factory jobs at the factory.

All proceeds from the sales of products such as dog shampoo to skincare goods are reinvested in the company.

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