Working World again took part in the Evesham Carnival on Saturday 29th June 2019. Everyone had a realy good day in the hot sunshine.
Saturday 8th June 2019 Working World’s annual sponsored walk. On a very rainy Saturday morning we were surprised and delighted at how many peoples turned up to do the walk. Great fun was had by all followed by a hot drink and snack at Raphaels (Hampton Ferry)
Working World Presents: This is our Greatest Show
on Sunday 7th July 2019 at 2pm
At Evesham Arts Centre
Adults £5 Children £3
For more information contact Kelly on: 07837 498270
Everyone at Working World would like to thank you for the support you have given us this past year
We are very excited to announce that from January we will be based at Wallace House, Oat Street in Evesham
We have had a fantastic first ten years at the Adventure Playground but have outgrown the facilities, Wallace house will give the staff and clients much more space in a central location.
WE WOULD LIKE TO WISH ALL OUR CLIENTS, STAFF AND FRIENDS A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
Here’s to a great 2019!
Working World had great fun on Saturday 30th June joining the floats at Evesham Carnival. The clients decided they wanted to do Charlie and The Chocolate Factory it was great fun going through the streets of Evesham and to see so many people cheering was wonderful. We are looking forward to the 2019 carnival.
Working World were then delighted to receive a generous donation from Evesham Carnival committee - Round table on 13th July. What a wonderful evening to finish off the wonderful Evesham carnival celebrations.
We couldn't let the year go by without a big celebration.
124 people joined us to celebrate at Chruch Lench Sports Club who kindly let us hire the marquee for a reduced fee.
The venue and views were amazing. Clients, parents, carers, friends and supporters of Working World enjoyed a ploughman's supper followed by delicious desserts kindly supplied by The Campden Research Centre.
The dance floor was full to bursting all night with lots of dancing, music kindly provided by the amazing Satelite Down.
A wonderful evening here's to the next 10 years.
On Saturday 2nd June Working World clients, parents, carers and friends took part in what is becoming an annual 5km sponsored walk. It started at Hampton Ferry and we walked along to beautiful Evesham river bank. Client chose different charities to support. A lovely morning was had by all.
Monday 10am - 2pm
Monday offer - tea and cake £2.00
Wednesday 10am - 2pm
Wednesday offer - free child meal with every adult meal bought
Thursday 10am- 2pm
Thursday offer - main meal and dessert £4.00
Project Manager, Working World
We are now only open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10.00am - 2.00pm
Please also note cafe will now be closed half term weeks along with the usual 6 week summer break (Reopening esrly September
Project Manager, Working World
Guy Fernihough Director at MHF UK Ltd said “We are more than happy to help a great local cause like Working World. It’s lovely to see the work they do and it’s nice to see our logo on something a little different. We do a lot for the local community, most of our business is nationwide but we haven’t forgotten the local area.”
Working World Evesham is a training centre for people with a learning disability who need a little extra support getting into the workplace. We are a happy ‘family’ with seven staff based at The Adventure Playground, Woodlands, Evesham.
We currently support over 30 clients, aged between 19 and 53 years old. Some of our clients go on to work for other local employers, some combine a part time job with coming to Working World, some just love to participate at Working World.
MHF (UK) LTD
MHF (UK) Ltd is a Truck Hire & Sales company based in Radford nr Inkberrow specialising in demountable and tipper vehicles. Founded in 1975 by current Managing Director Martin Fernihough and run today by his son Guy Fernihough.
MHF are the number one name in Hire of these specialist vehicles and are proud to support numerous local good causes including donating the Christmas trees for both Rous Lench and Inkberrow villages.
Thank you Helen
Working World The Musical was a musical story of a day in the life of clients who attend the centre.
The show was staged managed by Kelly Golder who did a magnificent job. Kelly was supported by staff and valunteers who all gave up their time to be present.
The show was a celebration for the clients who were extremely eager to showcase their love of music and dance. We were delighted to raise almost £1,000 for our minibus appeal fund.