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Holiday Project Summer Programme – 2018

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All Aboard for a Weekend of Railway History

A wide variety of local young people with learning disabilities have been experiencing a number of activities in different locations along the South Devon Railway’s Train Line. This coming weekend – Saturday and Sunday 1-2 September – will see the

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Lifeworks Holiday Project receives funds from local Freemasons

Every Spring and Autumn Freemasons from all parts of Devon meet to give support totalling in excess of £50,000 to local charities & organisations throughout the county who are in need of assistance, and Lifeworks was nominated, specifically in support

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Holiday Project Summer Programme 2018

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Volunteer with the Community Projects

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Breaking the Barrier Application

The Cycle Challenge – New for 2018 You can download an Expression of Interest form and register your interest in joining the Breaking the Barrier Cycle team between 01 May and 01 June 2018. We are looking for: 8 learning

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Ordinary Art – Evaluation Report

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The Ordinary Art Festival 2018

In just 5 months The Young Curators shaped these responses to their brand new festival offer:   “Organised and run by young people who have shown their dedication to achieve.” “The programme was inspiring – both the range of activities and the

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It’s Coming – Ordinary Art Festival 2018

16 & 17 February, Dartington Hall   This new festival will enable you as a disabled person or non-disabled person to “come out of your shell, come out of your comfort zone.” From “retro gaming” to a steam punk masked

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Arts Award Success and iPad Thanks to The Boshier-Hinton Foundation

We’ve got some great news. The 25 young people undertaking their Arts Award through Lifeworks Community Projects have passed! Some of the awards are Explore (entry level) and some are at Bronze (Level1). The young people recently met the Arts

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