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Following the trip to Felixstowe, club manager, Brenda Jackson said: “Everyone had a wonderful time.
It was lovely to see after how we felt last year, when it was all despair and people were in tears.“Since being saved, we’ve gone from 14 to 30 members and kept all our original volunteers.
We believe our clients are the experts in their own lives and collaborate with each client in addressing risks, needs, and concerns that are most important to that individual.
We offer support, information, and expertise so that each client can choose their own path.
We work to improve our clients Quality of Life and to assist them in increasing their independence.
We believe that everyone has a contribution to make and also has the right to control their own lives.
These include acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, autism and learning disability.
Our goal is to enhance the lives of our clients; and ensure that, as much as possible, they make progress.
We will lead the way by empowering victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault and human trafficking to move from crisis to confidence.The committee included cooks, drivers and an art tutor, with support and advice from Claire Taylor-Crisp, field officer for Community Action Suffolk.County councillor, Caroline Page donated £1,988 of her locality budget to help get things off the ground, while James Lightfoot, a Woodbridge solicitor, wrote the club’s constitution.He said supervised art sessions had been a constant while the club had to meet in a room at the library before moving to St Mary’s Church Centre.He thanked the club’s diligent treasurer and its manager Brenda Jackson, who he described as “a rock” during the club’s upheaval.
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