Our customers are now able to live the dream of becoming a original fashion designer in our newly created project in Staines. The DisStyle project aims to create a 100% original, eco friendly fashion label with no two designs exactly the same. The project will use donated fabric, clothes and rags to create beautiful and unique clothing. Designers will gain…
A Cranleigh woman has marked four decades in the saddle with friends at her local Riding for the Disabled Association.
Surrey Choices customer Linda Stonestreet, aged 63, started horse riding in her early twenties after attending the Lockwood Centre, in Guildford – and has enjoyed the hobby ever since.
People with disabilities from across Surrey have been encouraged to use their right to vote in the forthcoming general election with the help of a leading social care provider.
Surrey Choices hosted a discussion at Nexus day service, in Sunbury-on-Thames, to allow customers the chance to find out more about the election, the voting process and the political parties involved.
Local councillors from the Conservative Party, the Liberal Democrats, Labour and UKIP met with Surrey Choices customers on Tuesday 24th March, from 11am-3pm, to talk about what each political party represents and how politics impacts on disabled lives.
The community workshop project operating out of our Staines Day Service has developed a strong following in the local area. Men in Sheds was set up initially for those looking for a different social activity after retirement. Bringing together groups of people with a love of building, crafting and creating the group have successfully been…
Meeting every other Friday for fun and exciting activities
The Man In The Moon and Rhythmic Collision Dance Company (based at Surrey Choices Lockwood, Guildford) were literally over the moon with their result at this years Godalming Music Festival, 90 marks and Honours for their piece “Welcome to Holland” based on the moving essay by Emily Perl Kingsley. The piece was about the experience of having a child with disabilities.
Local councillors Carol Coleman (Conservative), Daniel Jenkins (UKIP), Robert Evans (Labour), Richard Walsh (Conservative) and Ian Beardsmore (Liberal Democrats) are meeting at Nexus Day Service, Sunbury to chat to the people who attend, about what each political party represents and how politics impacts on disabled lives.