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Amiri’s support of the Aldingbourne Trust

The Aldingbourne Trust is dedicated to helping local businesses, communities and people with learning disabilities and / or autism to enjoy life, together.

The Aldingbourne Trust work towards supporting adults with learning disabilities and / or autism to lead enriched and fulfilling lives through education, training, specialist care and have a keen focus on building strong partnerships with local businesses and employers. They want people to contribute to the communities they live in and fight for real opportunities so they can make their mark.

In 2018 Amiri completed a three-storey conference facility that was funded by the Aldingbourne Trust’s own tireless fundraising efforts, matched by the Local Enterprise Partnership, and includes a conference centre for 100 people comprising of a new entrance, reception, shop, WCs and changing facilities, a new café for visitors and staff offices. The project was very much about making sure the project was value for money but with everything being non-standard on this project this was a challenge we were happy to take on. You can read the full case study here.

In recognition of our successful collaboration we were offered corporate membership of the Friends of the Aldingbourne Trust, which we gratefully accepted.

The Friends of the Aldingbourne Trust is an independent charity formed in 1995 committed to supporting the work of the Trust. Everything they do is dedicated to facilitating the Trust’s activities and events and promoting independence and inclusion for people with learning disabilities and autism.

You can find out more about The Aldingbourne Trust by visiting their website at www.aldingbournetrust.org.