Local trading charity is looking to develop its gardening services to Redbridge residents in response to a community need

Training 4 TransitionTraining 4 Transition has been gardening business since 02 April 1997 and we are now looking to expand.  So far we have taken on larger gardening contracts for Local Authority and educational establishments but we now realise through Sophia Hubs that there is big call for smaller gardening jobs for residents in the borough and we are ready to take these on!  🙂

We are a Charity that trades.  We support people with learning disabilities in horticulture and with work experience and offer a friendly and reliable service.  We always work in two’s (a supervisor and a trained person with learning difficullties) and so we work twice as fast as expect to do most garden maintenance within 1 hour.

To find out more and to get a quote, please contact us. If you don’t want any gardening but would like to help in other ways, why not volunteer at our community easy access allotment?

Currently there are grapes and quinces available to anyone that wants to pick them which could be used for wine and marmalade.  A donation would be appreciated but basically we don’t want  them to go to waste.

I attended the Sophia Hubs enterprise club this week and am pleased that as a charity wanting Trevor Quintonto develop and increase sales, we can join in with the support that Sophia Hubs is giving.

Please do get in touch to have your garden maintained.

For further information please see our website www.t4t.btck.co.uk or email us on redbridget4t@gmail.com or find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Training-4-Transition/170770639643459?sk=info&tab=overview

Trevor Quinton

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