A new £1.5m resource centre for disabled people has been unveiled.
The completely refurbished building in West Paddock, Leyland, is home to Ribble Adult Disability Day Services.
The revamp is part of Lancashire County Council’s £17.5m investment to completely modernise resource centres for disabled people across the county.
County Councillor Tony Martin, cabinet member for adult and community services, said the change came as a result of operational changes.
He said: “We have recently merged day services for people with learning and physical disabilities to make the best use of our resources, and the result is this wonderful state-of-the-art building.
“The superb new services include meeting rooms with an interactive whiteboard, Wi-Fi access, DVD and audio access, a sensory room, first-rate personal care facilities and a spa bathroom.
“The transformation from the old and outdated building we had previously is remarkable and gives the people who use the service much more flexibility and choice for their daily activities.
“The day service also helps and supports people to use facilities in their local community.”
Steve Gross, executive director of adult services, health and wellbeing, added that service users were at the heart of the design process.
He said: “We have worked very closely with disabled people and their families in developing this new service, and I’m delighted to say that their response to the improved facilities has been very positive.”
The new centre is designed to provide services for people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities or a sensory impairment.