Ever wondered what it is like to experience the sent of taste without the sense of sight ... then an event to be held in Feltwell may enlighten you.
Supper Sense, a fun, dining in the dark experience aimed at providing adults and children with a new way of experiencing the sensory world, takes place at the Wellington pub Saturday, November 15.
The Supper Sense experience is delivered by Andy Shipley. He is a visually-impaired transformational coach and facilitator who works with individuals, organisations and communities to expand their appreciation of the wealth of untapped potential around them.
Andy has worked with government, public bodies and charities to create the social and environmental conditions to enable disabled people to participate and make an impact, and was involved in ensuring the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics were the most inclusive Games yet.
Mr Shipley said: “Supper Sense is proving to be a very popular way for people with sight to taste food in a brand new way.
“Diners get the opportunity to appreciate food on a much richer level as well as experience a deeper quality of connection with fellow participants.
“The event in Feltwell is one of a number of ‘dining in the dark’ events that I’m running around the UK and the reaction from guests has been wholly positive.”
The Supper Sense event costs £30 per person. To book contact Chris Samuels at the Wellington on 01842 828224 or Mr Shipley on 07702849479