Active – Day Activities for people with Learning Disabilities
An award winning service for people with learning disabilities
Essex County Council Supplier Recognition Awards 2018
Active is a multi-activity project for people with Learning Disabilities. We have a range of opportunities to choose from to suit your needs.
- Allotment Project
- Arts and Crafts
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|Would you like to work in a group?|
|Do you like to be outside?|
|Are you interested in local wildlife and plants?|
The Conservation Group is a small group of people with an experienced support or project worker.
The group runs a range of different projects including:
- Scrub clearing
- Fence building
- Making bird boxes
- Wildlife monitoring
The Conservation Group meets every Thursday morning at Waltham Abbey and Chigwell (Alternate weeks)
Transport is provided.
|Do you like singing?|
|Would you like to make new friends?|
|Would you like to join a local singing group?|
The Singing Group has worked with the Loughton Youth Theatre and visited older peoples homes for a sing song.
We also perform at local events.
- We sing lots of different songs
- We can choose the songs we sing
- Sing in a group or on your own
- The idea is to have fun
The Singing Group meets every Friday afternoon in Waltham Abbey.
|Are you interested in gardening?|
|Do you like working outside?|
|Do you like to grow vegetables and plants?|
The Allotment Group is a group of 8 people working with an experienced support worker.
We volunteer with residents of an older peoples housing scheme to grow plants and vegetables.
On the allotment we do:
- Planting, and lots more
We have fun and learn new things.
The Allotment Group meets every Monday from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm in Loughton.
Transport is provided.
|Would you like to make
new friends in a friendly place?
|Do you like to meet people?|
|Do you like to have fun?|
The Talk and Sort Group meets every Tuesday from 2pm until 4pm at the Jack Silley Pavillion, Epping.
We run a range of different activities ranging from Community Art Projects to Indoor and Outdoor Sports Days to Discos and Trips out.
New to VAEF, Ace Upcycling!
Ace upcycling is a small group of young people with Learning Disabilities guided by a skilled team of staff and volunteers, working in partnership with Epping Forest Reuse. We transform donated pieces of furniture for resale to the general public at affordable prices.
This service is chargeable to participants, £25.00 half day and £50 for a Full day.
Please contact Sally Panrucker for further details. email@example.com 01992 564 032
The Jack Petchey Foundation
Established in 1999, The Jack Petchey Foundation gives grants to programmes and projects that benefit young people aged 11-25.
Click on the logo to visit The Jack Petchey Foundation website.
We organise fun things during the year such as canal boat trips, bowling, picnics and more.
If you would like to join any of our groups please contact Sally.
tel : 01992 910 701 or email : firstname.lastname@example.org