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The Prospects Trust at Snakehall Farm

Learning Disabilities Framework Provider

Framework provider of day, evening and weekend activities for people with learning disabilities and autism

General Details

Providing meaningful work experience and life skills sessions for adults with disabilities (our Co-workers) The Prospects Trust has been supporting people to support themselves since 1989. Sessions are mostly delivered outdoors on an 18 acre real working farm or in private gardens in the community by a staff team that thrives on watching people grow their abilities and independence. 

Highlights include driving Tilly the Tractor, learning about growing food from seed to plate and having the freedom to roam a large, but secure site.

Every Co-worker has a structured learning pathway tailored to their individual life goals and all barriers to learning are removed, ensuring everyone has the same opportunity to try new experiences and learn new skills. 

Who to contact

Name
Rhian Cornell
Position
Executive Officer
Telephone
01638 741551
Email
rhian.cornell@prospectstrust.org.uk
Website
http://prospectstrust.org.uk/
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Where to go

Name
Snakehall Farm
Address
Swaffham Road
Reach
Cambridgeshire
Postcode
CB25 0HZ
Area served
Suffolk
Parking available
Yes
Notes

Snakehall Farm is accessible by public transport from Newmarket and Cambridge. 

Days & Times

Monday to Friday
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Session Information
9am till 3.30pm

Other details

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£50.00 Per session
£15.00 Per hour
Cost Details
Session is from 9am to 3.30pm £15.00 per hour is for personal one to one support £50.00 is for a placement
Referral required?
Yes
Referral and availability notes

Referrals can be made through social services or privately and they are first invited for an informal visit to Snakehall Farm before being offered a free taster day to ensure that Snakehall Farm is right for them. 

Age Groups
16-25 years, Adults
Accessibility
Disabled Parking, Wheelchair Access, Adapted Toilet
Notes

Personal support can be arranged if required. 

Last Updated
11/07/2019

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