The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by Kaz Trinder

By Kaz Trinder

Frimhurst Enterprises was set up Pauline Robinson, her daughter Katy who has Downs Syndrome was the inspiration behind the enterprise.

Frimhurst house is a large Victorian building, set in seven acres of beautiful park and woodlands, where adults with learning disabilities are offered a supportive environment to develop independence and work related skills. The adults run their own café, look after the gardens and do the house keeping.

Kaz Trinder's Art room at Frimhurst
Kaz Trinder's art room at Frimhurst

 

Wednesday is set aside for everyone to unleash their creative side, in the morning they enjoy drama and dance, rehearsing for their current production, which they perform in front of an audience.

Dance and drama at Frimhurst
Dance and drama at Frimhurst

 

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