Winter 2015 Updates from Access Ability
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Welcome to Access Ability's Winter 2015 Newsletter

Hello and a Happy New Year. Welcome to Access Ability's Winter 2015 newsletter. We have various updates from the past few months as well as upcoming training dates.

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Upcoming Training Dates

 15/01/15 & 16/01/15 – Mental Health First Aid, Haslingden
 28/01/15 – Mental Health Awareness, Burnley
 02, 09, 16 & 23/02/15 - Mental Health First Aid, Burnley 
 03/02/15 – British Sign Language Deaf Awareness, Burnley
 10/02/15 – Mental Health Awareness, Burnley 

For more training dates check the Training Page on our website or contact us for more information regarding any training.  
On the 24th November we participated in a Dry Stone Walling Workshop working in Partnership with Outdoor Elements, Simonstone. Throughout the day we rebuilt a part of a falling wall and also dug out a water flow way to avoid overflow on the path below. Participants attended from our current funded Job Clubs – Good Health Fund, CSF Burnley and Blackburn projects.

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Deaf and disabled individuals took park in a football workshop.

Good Health Fund Blackburn’s New Social Job Club and CSF Project’s Burnley & Blackburn all came together today to participate in a football workshop with Blackburn Rovers Community Trust

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“Access Ability has helped me in anyway required to meet my needs to get back into employment, as well as allowing me to trying new opportunities that I may not of even though of trying before. I am so happy that I have regained employment in something that will be rewarding and exciting as no day will be the same. It has taken nearly a year but I have got there.”

Blackburn and Burnley job clubs took part in our first Pedal in the Park around Witton Park in Blackburn. Each member of the group cycled around the one mile track for an hour in an effort to build confidence, improve stamina and cycling skills.

We then finished with tea and coffee in the cafe.
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Blackburn Job Club Welcomes New Members

Thanks to the good health fund we have been able to welcome eight new people to our weekly Blackburn job club, run in Ewood park every Thursday. These new members join our existing ones to search for work, socialise and take part in any training or community events. 
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