Club Visit to Beresford Street Kitchen

Our club paid a visit to the Beresford Street Kitchen on Tuesday 21/11/2017.


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The Beresford Street Kitchen is a busy cafe and social hub with great food, great service and a conscience. The Beresford Street Kitchen provide quality education, training and employment opportunities for people with learning disabilities to enable them to reach their full potential. These people are provided with paid accredited apprenticeships, traineeships and a pathway pre-employment service to provide supported training in a work based environment. Beresford Street Kitchen is a social enterprise, which means every penny generated through sales goes back into the charity to support people with disabilities. The more money that is raised, the more positions they can offer.

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Our club paid a visit to the Beresford Street Kitchen on Tuesday 21/11/2017.

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