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We’re Recruiting!

We are currently recruiting for the following two positions:

Deputy Play Leader
Saturday morning 9.30am – 12.30pm, term time only.
Odd Down, Bath.
£9.00 per hour
The role will be working with the club leader and project assistants to deliver activities at a weekly social club for children aged 5 – 18 with learning disabilities. Prior experience of working with disabled children strongly preferred.

Book Keeper
Weds/Thurs/Fri AM
Keynsham
12 hours per week @ £11.00 per hour.
The role will be working within the office to assist with daily book keeping, banking and record keeping.
Accuracy and attention to detail essential.
Experience of Sage Accounting strongly preferred.

 

To apply for either of these positions you can download an application form here

National Learning Disability Week 2014

Katy and Steve's wedding
Katy and Steve’s wedding

National Learning Disability Week was from 16th-22nd June 2014 and this year the theme was first experiences. Each day we featured a story from one of our members about their first day at school, their first job, first love, first time they voted and their first home. Thanks to Andrew, Dean, Katy, Steve, Jon and Hannah for taking part and sharing your story with us.

Read the stories here.

Race Night – 14th March 2014

We are delighted that our first ever Race Night was a success! A fun and lively evening and great fun had by all. The evening raised a fantastic £945 for the Society.

Horse races were shown on the big screen with guests invited to place bets on their chosen horse and winners won cash prizes.

The evening was well supported with over 120 members, friends and supporters in attendance.

We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone that came and to all those who helped behind the scenes. 

Football success

The football team at their disability tournament
The football team at their disability tournament

Our football team had a great day at their latest Somerset FA Ability Counts league fixture. 2 wins and 1 draw. Well done boys, you’re doing great!