YOUNG adults with learning difficulties wowed crowds with their artworks.

The people working with Penny Meadows, based in Marks Tey, put on the show featuring paintings, models and deco patches.

Art instructor Caroline Mcinnes helped put on the show with colleague Ed Cook alongside the people who live with difficulties including Down's Syndrome and autism.

She said: "They loved having an exhibition.

"For people to come in and see their work and tell them it is fantastic is great for them.

"They were churning out really good pieces and we wanted people to see what they can do and for it to be appreciated.

"It was a really good few days and there was really positive feedback from the people who were able to come in and see us."