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Bert Fleming on 06 July 2011 19:48
Just completed my training course at Shabby2chic and have thoroughly enjoyed every minute. Derek has done a brilliant job in teaching me about restoring/repairing furniture and Sandra has shown me how to recover my dining room chairs as well as refurbishing old furniture. They are extremely good at showing you how to carry out each task and explaining the correct methods/tools to use. Nothing is too much trouble and the atmosphere is friendly and informal although both Derek and Sandra take great care to ensure that all work is carried out safely. Anyone wanting to learn a variety of techniques should book a course without delay - I guarantee you will not be disappointed!
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David (Occupational Therapist) on 11 July 2011 07:45
Sandra and Shabby2Chic provides a secure working environment for people who are in rehabilitation to grow and develop surrounded by caring and talented employees. The individual is able to both enhance their skills and feel that they are contributing in a meaningful way as they attempt to attain their goal of regaining their former levels of confidence and self esteem within the world of work. As an occupational therapist it is extremely satisfying to witness this process week to week, the value of the work placement for the person cannot always be measured in tangible terms but the overall experience can be positively life changing.
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Sandra Johnson on 06 September 2011 05:52
Last week we received the great news that Liam from 'Sandcastle Home' has been awarded a 'B' for his GCSE Art which he worked on with great concentration over these past fews months in our studio, Shirley Sloman his teacher and the art team, says we are so happy he was awarded a well deserved 'B'. The team here at Shabby2chic CIC send their best wishes and congratulations.
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Sandra Johnson on 21 November 2012 07:42
Many thanks for your comments it is so nice of you to take time and remark on our website. Thank You and we will do our best to keep you inspired.
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