Watch this short film for information about the traineeship programme which Tayberry Enterprises offer and provides training and supported placement opportunities to people with a learning disability with the ambition to become skilled multi-sensory storytellers.
DSEN visited Pete at the shed yesterday and was so impressed how much the guys have achieved - and in such a short space of time.
They took over one of the empty units at the Whorterbank shops, which was essentially a shell and have transformed it into a bright and welcoming workspace.
With a wee bit of help from the The Rank Foundation's Dundee Futures Fund, it has kitted our with a wide array of tools and they have even designed and made their own bespoke work benches.
The shed has recently refurbished a number of pieces of furniture including a lovely child's wooden toy box, which are available to buy.
They were also donated a working stair lift (13 steps, straight run) and this is available, including fitting, for a modest donation to the Shed funds.
The Shed warmly welcomes everyone (and yes that does include women), so if you would like to come up and take part or have a look at some of the items for sale, get along to the Whortebank Shops (usually open weekday afternoons) or phone: 07502 197200 ... See MoreSee Less
DSEN joined Coca-Cola 5by20 Dundee 'Exploring my Business Idea' participants were thinking about setting up as an SE. The next course - 'Planning My Business' starts on the Tuesday 30th May, a few spots left! ... See MoreSee Less
Today was the last day of the 'Exploring my Business Idea' ☹️and we were joined by Jennifer Ross , Natasha from Showcase and Jessie from Dundee Social
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