Brian attends a day centre for people with learning difficulties, which is set for closure owing to cuts. His sister Jean says, “He’s 54. I do his breakfast and shave and wash him each morning, then he goes off to the centre. It is more than care. It is their building, with their paintings on the walls, and their friends. It’s like a club. For Brian, it’s another part of his family. I don’t know how he will react if it closes. People like Brian feel things more deeply, I think.”