Red2Green is a Cambridgeshire charity providing services including learning, leisure and work opportunities for people with a wide range of disabilities, including mental illhealth , learning disabilities and autism spectrum conditions. To see some of our clients enjoying our services, watch this YouTube video clip (opens in new tab or window).
Come and see our facilities, talk to staff and learners, and if you wish, try a mini taster session too.
Monday 27 March 11am-3pm - optional Community learning day “Grow your own” taster
Tuesday 4 April 6-9pm with optional Fun bingo evening
Thursday 13 April 11am-3pm with optional Easter holiday club activities
Just come along on the day, or get in touch to find out more or to arrange a more convenient date for your visit: 01223 811662 email@example.com
Actor, writer and comedian Andy Hamilton who is our patron says:
I am proud to be a patron of Red2Green because it continues to make a difference for people who, for a variety of reasons, may find themselves at a disadvantage in the world. Red2Green gives them help, hope, and support.
Photo © Sharron Wallace
War Detectives - the stories of local people
On 10th June we held a Commemoration Day to celebrate our War Detectives project and watched the films we had made with local people, recording their stories of war time. The stories are informative, funny and very moving. You can watch them here on YouTube (opens in new tab or window) and read more about the project on our website here.
For people with learning difficulties we provide a lively day service, Options, in the barn at Swaffham Bulbeck and Options at the greenhouse giving horticultural/retail opportunities with our shop at Bottisham Village College, the shop sells plants and fruit and vegetables.
For people with autism spectrum conditions such as Aspergers we have Aspirations based in Swaffham Bulbeck.
We support young people with challenging behaviour to a BTEC in horticulture working with the National Trust on the kitchen gardens at Anglesey Abbey
People who have become isolated, sometimes as a result of mental health problems are supported through Support.
We offer support for people with disabilities or disadvantage to find volunteering or work opportunities through our Advance service which is available for people who live in Cambridge and South and East Cambs.
We use our experience and expertise to ensure that people with disabilities are able to play a full part in the community and engage in discussions and decisions about service provision.
Telephone our main number, 01223 81166201223 811662 , for further information or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Small group work to support greater independence for people with Asperger's Syndrome and challenging behaviour1:29 pm, 9 April 2014
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