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Albrighton Trust

The Albrighton Trust has a successful record of supporting people with special needs and their carers for over 20 years by providing high standard facilities and offering a range of esteem-building activities.

The Albrighton Trust offers educational and recreational activities for mentally, physically and sensory disabled users, disadvantaged, socially excluded and special educational needs groups and individuals from the West Midlands. Our objective is to offer activities to enhance the lives and personal development of our clients.

Our core activities are Art and Craft sessions, Angling from wheelchair accessible fishing platforms, gardening in our 4 ½ acres of diverse grounds consisting of landscaped, sensory and natural gardens. We also have a commercial size greenhouse and a range of wheelchair accessible raised beds for ease of use.

Visitors and interested parties do need to book a place. Volunteers are always required to help with the maintenance, monitoring and vision for further Wildlife environmental development.

Please contact us or visit the website below for further information.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Emma Turner or Ruth Broome
Contact Position
Project Co-ordinators
Telephone
01902 372441
E-mail
moat@albrightontrust.org.uk
Website
Albrighton Trust
Notes

 

Training, Resource and Learning Centre:

The purpose built fully accessible Resource and Training Centre has a good sized meeting room, accommodates 40 people and is well equipped for Power Point presentations with television and video facilities and is used for Art, Crafts and Music sessions.

 

Where to go

Name
Albrighton Trust
Address
Blue House Lane
Albrighton
Nr WOLVERHAMPTON
West Midlands
Postcode
WV7 3FL

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday to Friday 9.00am until 5.00pm
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon

Other Details

Availability

Referral Details

Disabled toilet
Parking available
Toilet facilities
Wheelchair accessible

Record Last Updated on: 26/03/2018

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