Environmental Achievement Award, May 2016

The Woodland Project 

On the 10th May this year we gathered at Winter Gardens in Eastbourne for the 2016 SPARK Awards. The awards provided an opportunity to showcase and celebrate the work of their member groups who are voluntary and community groups working with children and young people in East Sussex.

Sponsored by the South Downs National Park Authority and High Weald AONB Partnership, Circle of Life Rediscovery are really proud to be presented the Senior Environmental Achievement Award for our Woodland Project.

Award - Woodland Project

Receiving the Environmental Achievement Award

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Woodland Project, in partnership with Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, enables families with children who have learning disabilities to enjoy a whole day together, to relax and have fun in each other’s company and to explore their capabilities, talents and strengths both as individuals and as a family unit.

Huge thanks to Marian Williams, Rivkah Cummerson and the team at the Sussex NHS Partnership Trust.

Find out more about our Project here:

SUPPORT OUR PROJECT

If you would like to make a donation to support the future of our Woodland Days, please do so here:

Any funds received will help to provide much needed disabled toilets, containers for tools, temporary structures for shelters and enable more Family days.