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4th Dec, 2021

College users are recognised

Rob George 12th Jul, 2019

USERS of the Acquired Brain Injury Centre based at Evesham College have been celebrated for their unique efforts and achievements at a special awards ceremony.

Around 65 individuals were recognised at the event on June 20 for a variety of accomplishments including outstanding progress for cookery, woodwork and artistic endeavours.

Lady Carolyn Harford and Barbara McLaren attended from the Acquired Brain Injury Trust along with Helen Kinghorn, college director for Evesham, as well as family and friends of service users.

Lady Carolyn said: “It was a great pleasure to support the ceremony and share in the accomplishments of all our students at the Acquired Brain Injury Trust centre here at Evesham College.

“We were really pleased to see all the progress that has been made by them all.”

Director of Schools, re-engagement and SEND at WCG, Louise Ball gave out the awards for each category before some special awards were given in recognition for volunteering work at Acquired Brain Injury Centre.

She said: “It’s been wonderful to end the academic year with these awards and we are already really looking forward to continuing to work with our existing clients as well as welcoming new clients to the ABI in September for next year’s programme of activities”.

Visit or call 0300 456 0049 for more about the centre.

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