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.
We held a Quiz followed by a delicious buffet as always provided by The Ferry Team, ending with a disco.
The winning team will receive a free lunch at Working World cafe.
The December 2016 Working World Christmas Ball was held at The Northwick Hotel, Evesham.
103 clients, family, staff, friends and supporters attended the event.
The food was delicious and the dance floor was full throughout the entire evening. Everyone had a lovely time.
The staff at The Northwick couldn't do enough for everyone.
It was quite a nostalgic evening as we held the first Working World Christmas event there in December 2008 when 12 people in total attended.
Pictures from our recent First Aid Social Evening.
Thank must go to Anne Cook from AC first aid for running the event for us
The cliants and staff had lots of fun
Project Manager, Working World
The Clients and Staff had a brilliant time on the 4th June taking part in the Working World sponsored walk. Well done to all those involved and a big thanks to everyone who has sponsored!!
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After nominating Jean Deakins for Enabling Healthy Lives Award, I was delighted when she informed me that she has reached the final three and she invited me to attend the presentation evening.
I nominated Jean not only for the amazing continuous support she gives to Working World but to her commitment and support to hundreds of children around The Vale whom she has taught to swim, coached and encouraged vast numbers to have and maintain a healthy life style.
The evening was extremely well organised and I felt extremely privileged to be a part of it. The icing on the cake was that Jean WON! A very well deserved victory. Well done Jean.
Project Manager, Working World
"It was delightful to see so many clients, family, friends and supporters at our Christmas bingo on Thursday 26th November.
As well as having a lovely evening we raised £293 which is a tremendous amount thank you to everyone who attended.