We provide work placements with work related educational classes for learning disabled adults, learning at a level that is related to his or her ability with qualified teachers and trained support staff. The project provides learning disabled with work experience and life skills through the selling of donated used goods. Life skills are not always taught directly but often learned indirectly through experience and practice. At the project skills are taught that arerelevant to each student.
Bolton MENCAP, 308 Chorley Old Road, BL1 4JU
Bolton NEWT meets on the first Sunday of the month to carry out habitat management, conservation and enhancement of the local green spaces at sites around Breightmet and Darcy Lever. We provide the tools, the training and even a brew.If you would like to learn to manage wetlands, woodlands, hedge laying, tree planting, managing wildflower meadows and being part of a group of local residents who care about Bolton then you can either turn up on the day or E-mail.We meet on the first Sunday of the
Garstang Avenue, Breightmet, BL2 6JW
Sixth Form College specialising in full time 16-19 education, offering students a wide range of A level and BTEC Level 3 courses.
Deane Road, BL3 5BU
We have opportunities for young people aged 13 to 25 years andcan deliver the following programmes: Creative Visual Arts Drama Young Enterprise Challenges and Events Basic Skills and Life Skills Development Courses Employability Skills Heritage Research Projects Volunteer Training Support in accessing Further Education, Training and Employment Social Activities Accredited Courses We offer short taster courses to add variety to our offer so please do telephone or email us to see what is on offer.
Bolton Enterprise Centre, Washington Street, BL3 5EY
We offer support to people with a visual impairment and their families and carers. We aim to reduce isolation by offering a Befriending Service, various social groups, trips and a sign posting service. If you are visually impaired or know someone that is, we can offer assistance in some way with our friendly staff and volunteers.
The Sensory Centre, BL1 4AL
Bolton Speaking Club is a group of between 10 to 30 people of all ages who meet regularly to practice public speaking. What do we do? Our aim is to help our members to gain confidence in public speaking, develop their speaking skills and achieve their full speaking potential. How do we do it? By providing a controlled and mutually supportive environment where members can practice their speeches and develop their skills in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere. This is achieved through a
The Friends Meeting House, 50 Silverwell Street, BL1 1PP
The Third Age is the period of time after the First Age (meaning childhood) and the Second Age of full-time employment and/or parental responsibility. By joining the local U3A you will become a member of a growing, dynamic, outward-looking organisation which has a positive and creative approach to retirement. We meet on 4th Friday of the Month, 2pm – 4pm., at St Andrew and St George URC, St Georges Road, Bolton, BL1 2BS. We invite guest speakers to talk to us on a variety of subjects. Our
As Bolton Wanderers Community Trust we are committed to working at the heart of the community with the community at its heart. Through the use of sport we are dedicated to providing quality experiences for the wider community of Bolton in order to assist in narrowing the gap of disadvantage. We are committed to act as positive role models to inspire, enhance and change lives and to achieve this in partnership with others. We commit to create a sustainable charity, with a cohesive approach and
Macron Stadium, BL6 6JW
We are an Urban Community and Neighbourhood Centre situated within a row of shops for easy access. We have basic core services available most days such as free computers and internet access and have a free phone for ringing benefits, job centre, bills etc. and also offer free photocopying. You can report police issues, environmental issues and we have training courses available throughout the year. Monday AM - Free open IT access, Citizens Advice Bureau drop in service, English Taster Classes
New Lane, BL2 5BN
Bridge College is a non-residential specialist FE college. We meet the needs of students up to the age of 25 years with learning difficulties and disabilities, complex needs, communication disorders and autism. With our new state of the art campus, we have access to a wide range of leisure and community facilities in Manchester as well asparks and open spaces. This means our students can learn in lots of different settings and develop the skills needed for life as an active and valued young
Bridge College, Openshaw Campus, Whitworth Street, M11 2GR
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