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Support Branching Out when you shop at the Co-op

by Vikki

We are delighted to have been selected as one of the Co-op’s local causes. Getting involved couldn’t be easier.  You can help fix Branching Out’s workshop while you shop by becoming a member here. If you are already a member all you need to do is sign in to your membership account and select Branching […]

Bev and Tash are walking for Branching Out!

by Vikki

                                                                                     On 8th June 2019 Proactive Support Worker Bev and daughter Tash are taking […]

The Barn Doors are in!

by Vikki

 The Old Doors After months of fundraising and waiting, there was a rumble of gratitude and excitement when Salmon Bros builders arrived to fit the new barn doors. We’re sure you will agree how wonderful they look and how they are going to provide a much more comfortable environment for our service users. We would […]

Fun Day raises a fantastic £1,660.51

by Vikki

The sun shone brightly on what proved to be our most successful family fun day so far. We raised the incredible amount of £1,660.21. It was a day of fun and frolics where pirates and princesses came together  to play games such as Human Fruit machine and Feed the Piggy or to win a prize […]

Ely Beer Festival Raises £350 for Branching Out…..

by sue

This year’s  Ely Beer Festival, held in January, raised a massive £350 for Branching Out. This money will be put towards our 2018/2019 fundraising campaign. We would like to thank all the organisers of the beer festival for their hard work and we are so grateful for the money you have raised for our campaign. […]

How does it feel when people are rude?

by sue

Fascinating and thought provoking article written by the sister of one of the adults with learning disabilities we support. Laura works for Certitude Well worth a read, if only to help you to understand how it feels. Please share http://www.certitude.org.uk/response-stares Certitude

Branching Out charity needs your help to raise money for a treadmill

by sue

We have been selected to receive funding from the Co-op Local Community Fund. It means that we will get a contribution towards to cost of buying a treadmill, so that we can help people with learning disabilities to become more active and healthy. But we need your help. The more support we get, the more […]