Milton Keynes charity offering tours of Learning Centre to adults with learning disabilities

    MK SNAP are opening their doors to offer local people the opportunity to visit their state of the art purpose built centre with a range of short tours available.

    The purpose built space, in Walnut Tree, has workshops, sports facilities, cafe and a garden.

    The venue opened in 2008 and provides exciting and accessible spaces for adults with learning and physical disabilities to enjoy a range of day services.

    Tours are being offered so that local people with learning disabilities can visit to see the vibrant space and access information about the range of workshops available.

    Tours of the centre will include a look at the wide range of workshops and activities on offer and a chance to see new facilities; including our Changing Places facility that make the centre among the most accessible spaces in the city.

    Places at the popular centre are usually subject to a waiting list but the team at SNAP have been able to open up the list in the last few months.

    MK SNAP’s Head of Learner Services Steve Oliver explained; “We have a unique opportunity at the moment with spaces available for adults to attend the centre. We hope that by visiting the centre families and those that support adults with learning disabilities will be inspired to attend and will see what learners can achieve with the right support.”

    The award winning charity hopes that visitors will see how the innovative use of social enterprise, combined with life skills and work training can unlock the talents of people with learning disabilities in a supportive and creative environment. 

    Tours can be booked Tuesday or Friday mornings 10am to 11am by emailing or calling 01908 690330.

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