The course contents included:
On the second day we went off site for the day while enjoying some of the sunshine at Bridlington we split into teams to play volleyball and cricket. In the afternoon we all went to Hull Raceways Go Karting track for some more team building where everyone became very competitive. Teams had to come up with good strategy for pit stops and keep a close eye on the lap times to ensure they where not falling behind the leaders.
It was a fantastic couple of days with residents fully involved and they all left feeling very happy and a bit tired I am sure.
Words by Sean Hostick, Centre Manager for Community Linx]]>
This year has been a good year. At the end of last year The Hull City Council awarded us with a 4 year Contract to fund our support staff to work with our residents. Tremendous support has been given to the 113 residents by our support workers and outside addiction agencies etc.
We have opened a new Training Centre here funded by a consortium called Community Linx and many of our residents have gained qualifications in numeracy, literacy and computer skills. So we also look forward to giving more of our residents the opportunity to learn new skills and gain more confidence and self esteem.
We take this opportunity of wishing you a very Happy Christmas and Blessed New Year.
It’s got all the same useful information you have come to expect from our website, but now we’ve had a bit of a facelift and we’ve got a system that should allow us to do more regular updates.
Watch this space for more news and information about our hostel.]]>