A garden centre which celebrates the
best of local produce is now stocking
a selection of products from Bread &
Beyond, our on-site artisan bakery.
Rosebourne, in Aldermaston, Berkshire, is now stocking pullapart loaves (both tomato, and cheese and onion-flavoured),
olive flutes and focaccia which, like all Bread & Beyond
products, are free from additives and preservatives.
Lynne Doherty, Prior's Court's Head of Commercial
Enterprises, said: "It is hugely important that local
enterprises support one another and so it is fantastic news
that Rosebourne is now stocking our products and backing
"With only 32% of autistic adults in the UK in any form
of work, it is important that the opportunity to gain
employment-relevant skills is available to the young people
at Prior's Court.
"All profits from Bread & Beyond products go back into
the work of the Prior's Court Foundation so Rosebourne
customers will be supporting efforts to close the 'autism
employment gap' - as well as enjoying delicious, handcrafted baked goods."
Bread & Beyond was set up to provide work-skills training
to Prior's Court's young people who have severe autism and
complex learning difficulties.
While the bakery shop is not open to the general
public, Bread & Beyond products are available at the
Hog & Hedge, in Newbury, Casey Fields Farm Shop,
in Ashampstead, and Yattendon Village Stores, in
Yattendon. The bakery also supplies all the bread
and baked goods on the Prior's Court site and a large
portion of the bread used at Downe House School, in
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Garden centre now stocking bakery products
First graduate scheme cohort set to begin
The first cohort in our
new Graduate Programme
will soon be welcomed to
Our Graduate Programme was launched
last year to offer a structured, yet
flexible pathway into a career in the
The dozen will spend most of their
18-months with us working in our
Residential and Education functions,
experiencing direct contact roles with
young people with severe autism.
They will also complete a
supplementary project on a subject
which will enhance the lives of our
young people and the provision
provided at Prior's Court.
At the end of the 18-month
programme, the cohort will be ready to
apply for a permanent job within our
Cherri Cook, Graduate Programme
Lead, said: "Our programme provides
graduates with the opportunity to
make a real difference every single day
to the lives of our young people.
"Over the 18-month period, each
successful candidate will be supported
to fulfil their potential, being given the
platform which they can build a truly
rewarding career in care."
Applications for the 2021 graduate
programme intake will begin in
re information, call Cherri
on 01635 247202 Ext. 275,
uk or go to priorscourt.org.uk/Pages/