College students work with Huntingdon housing provider to improve environment

From left: Cambridge Regional College Job Coach, Libby Capstick, Students
Allan Hedges, Drew Emery,

From left: Cambridge Regional College Job Coach, Libby Capstick, Students Allan Hedges, Drew Emery, William Woods and Faisal Siddique, Chorus Homes Warden James Grange and Cambridge Regional College helpers. - Credit: Archant

Huntingdon-based housing provideer Chorus Homes has been working with Cambridge Regional College student to improve the environment.

Students enrolled in supported learning at the college spent the day at Chorus Homes' extra care apartments - Park View - learning practical skills and renovating the communal garden.

Students also decorated Chorus Homes' temporary accommodation at Kings Ripton Road in Huntingdon. As well as working really hard tidying the gardens at accommodation for older people.

Cambridge Regional College, job coach, Libby Capstick, said: "The partnership we have with Chorus Homes is hugely beneficial to our learners as it provides them with valuable work experience and helps them feel part of their local community. These students prefer practical work and can gain confidence and a great sense of achievement."


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