Links

Charities and other organisations/companies that have links with Hulton Crafts:

Disability Action Yorkshire

Unit i4A, Hornbeam Park Oval, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG2 8RB

www.disabilityactionyorkshire.org.uk

Tel:  01423 855410

“Providing services that create opportunities for disabled people to live the lifestyle of their choosing”

Disability Action Yorkshire have produced a cookery book and the proceeds from the book are used to fund their services for disabled people.   Permission has been given to include a small selection of their baking recipes.  Alongside the recipes, alternative ingredients have been included for those with special dietary needs.

Jennyruth Workshops

Unit 5, Red House Farm Bridge Hewick, Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 5AY

www.jennyruth.co.uk

Tel:  01765 606620

“A productive workshop where adults with learning disabilities gain confidence, skills and happiness”

Jennyruth is a skilful and talented business organisation, producing a wide range of craft products for sale.

The Starbeck Cone Exchange

East Unit, Hookstone Park, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG2 7DB

www.coneexchange.org

Tel:  07515 061721

The Cone Exchange is a community recycling project run by Mr Chris Powell, M.B.E. and sponsored by Bettys and Taylors Group of Harrogate. Recycled items are put to good use and are available for purchase at their premises. They also supply items for craft activities for children to be used in schools, play groups and churches.  The Hulton Craft Kit contains some of their ex-factory stock.

Project Art Works

Arch 3, Braybrooke Terrace, Hastings, East Sussex, TN34 1TD

www.projectartworks.org

Tel:  01424 423555

“Through responsive and collaborative practice, Project Art Works conducts a wide range of visual art based projects with people who have complex and high support needs.  The organisation is artist led and its programmes of work embrace and address the social, cultural and political forces that impact upon the lives of children and adults affected by neurological impairment.”

Project Art Works help in gaining confidence in art and give encouragement to explore and experience the use of colour and texture.

Mosaic Mad Romans

www.mosaicmadromans.com

Aimee Harman, mosaic artist and owner of Open Art Cafe gives an insight to mosaics and their history by making school visits all over the country.  Her classes are designed for all abilities and children with special educational needs.

Aimee also provides mini mosaic kits for sale.

World of Wool

Unit 8, The Old Railway Goods Yard, Scar Lane, Milnsbridge, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD3 4PE

www.worldofwool.co.uk

Tel:  01484 846878

A family-run enterprise with an in-depth knowledge of the woollen industry.  They give an individualised service, are always keen to help and have provided wool for felting used in the Craft Kit.

Kitchen Craft

Thomas Plant (Birmingham) Ltd, Plumbob House, Valepits Road, Garretts Green, Birmingham, B33 0TD

www.kitchencraft.co.uk

Tel:  0121 604 1111

Kitchen Craft is a “well respected consumer brand for all types of kitchen products and accessories” and their Kids’ Kitchen range can be recommended for use with the recipes found in the COOKERY CRAFT section.

West Riding Ruggers

www.westridingruggers.co.uk

This group of talented rag rug makers continue the traditional skill of rag rug making.   They meet at the Bradford Industrial Museum and the group recently celebrated 25 years of rug making.

The LightHouse Clinic

16b The Courtyard, Farnham, Surrey, GU9 7DR

info@tlcspace.com    www.tlcspace.com

Anele Griessel, Occupational Therapist, has recommended the Craft Kit and Craft Activity Bag, commenting that she is always looking for “creative, calming, sensory activities and the Hulton Craft bags tick all the boxes”!

Aron Gadd – Animal Portrait Artist

Hampshire

Tel:  01264 359054

www.arongadd.co.uk

Aron Gadd is the artist of the following attractive cartoon animal characters used on this website.

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 Special thanks also to Soft Options of Otley www.softoptionsotley.co.uk  for helpful ideas with their beautiful designs of paper and fabric.

Finally, if you wish to support or find out more about The National Autistic Society, their telephone number is (0) 20 7833 2299 and email address is nas@nas.org.uk

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