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Bowling at Trethorne Leisure Park
The students had a blast at Trethorne Park. They had a game of bowling to celebrate the hard work of the last term!
Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal visits Merryhue Farm
Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal visited Merryhue Farm in February, where she learned about the projects that the not for profit community interest companies Battling On, Work Skills South West, Transferable Skills Training and Grown That Way have been working on. We also had presenters from other local groups, including Age UK, Tamar Grow Local and Plymouth University.
We were absolutely thrilled to be able to have Her Royal Highness visit the farm, and we hope that she enjoyed it!
Happy Halloween to our Students!
We wish our students a Happy Halloween! We were very impressed with the ghosts that they made this year. Great effort from all involved!
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Start of New Term | COVID Guidelines
Welcome back to TST!
We would like to wish all new and returning students a big welcome back to Merryhue Farm. The staff have been looking forward to seeing you all back this week. We know you'll experience many fun activities this coming year, and you'll learn a lot, too!
As we come back, however, we must all remain aware that COVID guidelines are still to be enforced. For more information on how those will be implemented at Merryhue Farm, please see the files linked below:
We look forward to saying hello!
From the team at Transferable Skills Training
Director Nikki Markham awarded MBE
We at Transferable Skills Training are incredibly proud to announce that our founder and director, Nikki Markham, has just been awarded an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) 'for services to communities in the South West of England, particularly during COVID-19 (Callington)’. Nikki is a former SSE (School for Social Entrepreneurs) fellow and a judge for the Soldiering On Awards.
If you would like to learn more about the work Nikki Markham and Transferable Skills Training have been doing, you can take a look at our website or follow our social media:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC64DyB7nfgCWwR85gXYoLtA
Serious Cereal Haul with Thanks to ASDA
The Bodmin ASDA branch were phenomenally kind in preparing seven trolleys full of cereal for our students' Breakfast Club! Special thanks to Jackki and Alex, who were happy to pose for some photos.
Springtime at the Farm!
It's starting to warm up. The students are back, the birds are singing, and we're welcoming new animals to the farm, including a new reindeer, born just this week.
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