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Independent, active and connected members of society

We believe in a society where people with a learning disability and those with a learning disability on the autistic spectrum are independent, active and connected members of society, where they have a meaningful occupation, and where their contribution is recognised and valued.

To help build this society, we run farm-based programmes where people can engage in purposeful, outdoor activities that improve physical health and well-being, foster a sense of community, and allow the development and strengthening of skills and abilities. We have seen that this can change people’s lives.

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We are gutted to hear this. The #johnmuiraward is the ONLY truly accessible scheme we know that recognises conservation and wildlife protection activism for people with learning disabilities and additional needs. Such a major, short-sighted misfire by @JohnMuirTrust leadership.

Come and see us next Wednesday @WestgateOxford and find out about volunteering with us and loads of other brilliant local organisations!

Are you interested in #volunteering?
Volunteer Fair - Wed 20 March, 10am - 2pm
Westgate Oxford Shopping Centre,
Come and find out more and meet over 20 #Oxfordshire charities.
Find about more go to: https://ocva.org.uk/volunteering/volunteer-fair

#charity #SocialGood
#community

Based in Oxfordshire @FarmAbility needs a Volunteer Activity Buddy & a Treasurer Trustee. Can you help an organisation who works alongside adults with learning disabilities & autism involving them in farm & conservation activities? See: South section of http://c-js.co.uk/CJSFocus

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