What is the Changing Lives Project?
The Changing Lives Project is aimed at supporting adults with disabilities. CCBS will help to provide them with an opportunity to gain and develop new life skills whilst providing them with new experiences and social integration.
Great days out with the ‘Changing Lives Project’
This is a group for adults with additional needs
The group have been to the candle factory, Blackpool to see the lights, bike riding, crab fishing at New Brighton , Liverpool site seeing and a walk around the Chester Wall, Manchester Christmas Market
The Changing Lives project have also been busy over the last few months at making jams, chutney and apple sauce – all home grown at our allotment on Alton Street
From picking the fruit, preparing the ingredients, collecting jars , to labelling and making fancy jam and chutney jar covers
We have been selling the jam and chutney at Coffee mornings and school fayres The money raised will go towards a trip of their choice
We also offer fitness sessions every week – this is very much geared towards their level of ability and it is actually great fun! Helen Spencer, our instructor, really keeps them on their toes!
We focus on staying healthy, this includes educating the group about nutritional food, preparing good wholesome food and focusing on getting fit –
The Changing Lives Project enjoy bike riding , walking and swimming -we have fun at the same time!
When do The Changing Lives Group meet ?
We meet twice a week – Tuesday and Friday (during school term time)
The Tuesday Changing Lives group go out in the mini bus to various places – This group is now FULL and we have a waiting list
The Friday Changing Lives group are based at the Georges Community Centre, West Street Crewe – we still have availability at the Friday Changing Lives Group