Share Stories

It's been an amazing summer but the heat, of course, brings certain challenges.

In our efforts to ensure all Share students stay hydrated in the hot weather and to stay away from unhealthy fizzy drinks, we set about to look for new ways to...

Charlotte has been studying horticulture at Share for a number of years, and is a valuable member of the Share Nurseries team.

In this video, she shows us how to pot on seedlings.

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To mark the wedding of long-term supporter, Ana Jablonska, whose father was general manager at Share many years ago, Share's creative writing students created this wedding poem to wish the happy couple all the very best, while Share Nurseries...

Share's My SPACE – Sensory Processing Analysing Creative Exploration – project is a 12-week journey working with a number of our autistic students to help them better understand their senses in their own environment.

The project, which is...

Happy New Year

Share's Creative Writing Group rings in the New Year with some lovely optimism for 2018!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

New Year
Celebrations
Fireworks – pow boombang wheeee
Different colours orange red green and...

Mary and social buddy

Mary Mary joined Share in 2015 and studies catering with us.

During her time at Share, Mary has achieved her Level 1 qualification in food safety, and is now an invaluable member of the catering team at Share. As part of her course, Mary...

Djuna learning about money

Djuna has been studying at Share since May 2016. He studies Basic Skills and Catering with us, and also attends our Creative Writing course.

Djuna is a shy young man who is kind and gentle with a sweet nature. During his time at Share, he'...

Maggie and Harris - Creative writing at Share

I'd just completed a course in teaching adults, and we were advised to get some hands-on experience. Share were advertising for a creative writing volunteer, and when I looked at the community's website, I found it really welcoming and warm. So I...

Tracey with the baking group

If you told me three years ago I would be helping an 18-year-old walk to Asda (Asda...me?) who had suffered a stroke and lost the use of her right arm with her grocery shopping I would have laughed in your face – who me? But I did. 

This...

Social buddy out with Go Anywhere, Do Anything

We asked one of our social buddies, Karen Miles, who supports our Go Anywhere, Do Anything project to tell us about her experience so far...

Incredible! My time with Share is really quite amazing. I have met some beautiful...