The Aldingbourne Trust is an innovative charity and we have a wide variety of projects where we support adults with learning disablities and / or autism to develop their skills.
Adopt a Station
Since 2007 Aldingbourne Trusts award winning Community Team has worked in partnership with Southern Railway to
successfully deliver their “Adopt a Station” project.
Supported by over 30 volunteers, they are maintaining and creating attractive floral displays in over 30 of Southern Railway’s stations and are still expanding.
Working to enhance the overall impression of the stations means individuals learn valuable life and work skills like team work, time-keeping, independent travel and work ethics. The end results stand as a great advertisement for the contribution adults with learning disabilities can make to the wider community.
For more information please contact Rolandl@aldingbourne.org
Our award winning team within furniture restoration have expertly restored and repaired everything from Chippendale chairs to church pews and restored the entire Council Chamber furniture for Bognor Regis’ Town Hall!
We support adults with learning disabilities and / or autism to develop invaluable skills whilst repairing and restoring some beautiful furniture. Our team will look at everything from French polishing to full restoration repairs.
If you have a piece of furniture in need of a makeover or need more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The people we support develop their skills using a range of digital tools and produce creative masterpieces from films to custom designed mugs.
Using computer based editing software the team design and produces a range of affordable custom made products to purchase as gifts or promotional merchandise for local businesses.
We empower and support social inclusion through social media, working with other community groups and entering our work into film festivals. Members are supported in a variety of areas including; photography, video production, modelling, journalism, acting, prop making, special effects and social media
For more information on Digital Media please contact email@example.com
Our team welcomes local schools to visit and we deliver interactive workshops linked to KS1 and 2 curriculums providing an Educational Outdoor Learning Experience
We run a wide range of workshops for children throughout the year:
Woodland Walk Workshops
A safe and secure place for children to learn about wildlife, bugs, trees and flora through a series of short activities. Kids get active and have fun searching for what lives and grows in the wood, then take time to reflect, discuss and appreciate the woodland environment.
Kids learn and create using their hands and imagination and get to take their work home.
Please get in touch for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Powerful Trainers are award-winning experts who have learning disabilities and / or autism and who deliver training that challenges discrimination and raises awareness among employers and employees across Sussex about equality and diversity.
Using drama and real life experiences to deliver training covering a range of initiatives, including:
• Promoting equality and diversity
• Developing positive attitudes
• Staff selection & staff inductions
• Advocacy & support for parents and carers
• Anti-bullying & promoting social inclusion
• Overcoming barriers, diminishing negative attitudes
• Relationships & celebrating difference
Our training can be flexible and tailored to suit individual corporate requirements and budgets that bring out the best in everybody involved.
For more information please contact email@example.com
In Access Music adults with learning disabilities and / or autism are supported to develop their skills in all areas of music. Areas covered include vocal training, learning to play an instrument, writing and recording songs, music production and marketing, sound engineering, and mobile DJ/disco services.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org