Mayor of Palma Joan Fageda yesterday visited the Weyler Legacy estate in Son Roca, which has been ceded to Amadip (the association for the mentally handicapped) for a period of 99 years. The Mayor was accompanied by Jordi Llabrés, head of the education department, and various opposition councillors. They were welcomed by Amadip's president, Montserrat Fuster, who said that their aim was to improve the quality of life of the handicapped and their families. The new installations, which also have government and Council of Majorca aid, provide employment for 300 persons, in printing, gardening and other fields. The improvements include offices and a dining room. Planned for the future are facilities for foreign exchange programmes, an exhibition room and restaurant.

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