The Brothers of Charity Services have various Social Enterprises for adults with learning disabilities; services are designed to support people to develop skills with confidence in a supportive working environment whilst offering services in the local community.
The social enterprises carryout lots of great, fun activities for the people we support and the local communities to get involved with. Here you will be able to find out what each of the enterprises have been up to.
Victoria’s adventures continue at The Walled Garden. Pets’ Corners friendly reptile is loving her little trip to Worden Park. The maintenance work at Pets’ Corner is coming along nicely, we will be sure to keep you all updated when they are back open to visitors!
Click here to view Pets’ Corner’s Facebook page.
As you will be aware, our amazing team at Roccoco work extra hard every day to provide the most delicious food for their customers. Here are some pictures of the team in action. Why not pop in and try their tasty dishes, they are open Monday to Friday 9:30am to 3:30pm. You don’t want to miss out!
Roccoco recently ran a tasty special of a Philly Cheese Steak Baguette for just £5.25! This included seasoned steak strips with onions in a rich gravy, topped with melting mozzarella. This was then served in a warm, crusty baguette with homemade coleslaw and salad garnish. It went down a treat with their customers!
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The team at Crafty Uniforms have been busy preparing for card marking and mosaic craft sessions on 23rd August at Astley Community Centre and on 30th August at Windermere Community Centre; both have been organised by LCC Children and Family Wellbeing Service.
One of their fabulous team members, Stuart, had a great time practicing making a mosaic. We think you’ll agree that he’s made a wonderful creation!
SUMMER SALE! All items are now 2 for 1; why not pop in and grab yourself a bargain! Make sure you don’t miss out on our amazing offer, sale ends in September.
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The Walled Garden
One of our volunteers has kindly donated a Saffie Rose, named after Saffie-Rose Roussos, the youngest victim of the 2017 Manchester Area terror attack. What a beautiful way to remember Saffie and the people who lost their lives in the attack.
Last week our team spent some time preparing the flower bed, where the rose will soon be planted.
The Walled Garden had some fabulous feedback from a happy customer who purchased one of their summer hanging baskets and troughs; they were very pleased with how the displays have blossomed!
The popularity of their summer hanging baskets and pots has given the team a great idea of autumn hanging baskets. They would love to know what their lovely customers think of this idea and if it’s something they’d be interested in. Please comment below with your feedback, thank you.
In June we posted about the grapes we grow in the vine house. Look how much they’ve grown in the space of 2 months?! They’re just turning and an impressive sight that should not be missed!
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