One of the cricketing world's most famous voices was in Nottingham today, to open a new sensory room at Carlton Digby Special School.
Jonathan Agnew, or "Aggers" as he is known to cricket fans, has been involved with the Lords' Taverners charity for decades. It specialises in giving disabled children access to sport.
Sam from Farndon in Nottinghamshire, has two children at the school, 12-year-old Lucy and 9-year-old James.
She says: "To sum it up it's the oasis amongst all the chaos that goes on in their lives".
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