Staff from Acorn Recovery Projects recently put on their odd socks for the day in support of World Down Syndrome Day.
World Down Syndrome Day is a global event aimed at raising awareness of Down Syndrome and the barriers people with the condition can face.
On 21st March each year, people around the world are encouraged to wear odd socks to support the cause.
This year, staff from Acorn Recovery Projects decided to mix their socks up to raise awareness for the cause.
Acorn Recovery Projects is an innovative charity providing a range of recovery services which enable individuals and their families to break free from drug, alcohol and other addictions.
For more information, visit acornrecovery.org.uk