SINCE 1991 The Taste for Adventure Centre in Credenhill has been empowering thousands of disabled and disadvantaged individuals each year.

Now it has an opportunity to win a People's Millions grant of £50,000 to help improve facilities and reach out even further. Its founder, Everest conquerer and ex-SAS Sergeant Major Brummie' Stokes needs Hereford Times readers' help to do it.

The charity, founded by Brummie, his wife Lynn, other ex-SAS soldiers and concerned local citizens, strives to help less privileged and disadvantaged people. Through a combination of adventurous pursuits and community projects Taste For Adventure has helped almost 30,000 people since its inception. But time is taking its toll on some facilities and some equipment needs to be revamped so the organisation is appealing for votes from readers' family, friends and colleagues.

On November 15 the centre will be competing for votes on ITV's People's Millions (screened on the regional evening news, usually between 6pm and 7 pm) for the chance to win £50,000.