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HORTICULTURE HEALTH & WELLBEING CENTRE
FRANK PARKINSON HALL Respite, en-suite, hostel & accessible accommodation C
WARNING: OPEN WATER
BIG RED Music Studios
VALLEY VIEW Accessible Family Apartment FORGE
YELLOW ROOMS Live Music BISTRO WINE BAR
OLD LIBRARY / CORNISH ROOM
SHOPS, ARTIST STUDIOS AND PANTRY TO GO
Wheelchair Accessible Paths BIRCH
Toilets and Changing Facilities
CAMP MAWAZO Sports Hall
Parking Dropoff point
Please note: some areas may be slippery when wet.
The project is an amazing place for the community, for people of all abilities, where they can train, learn have fun and fulfil their true potential without judgement or limit. Today it supports over 800 people with disabilities and their families through employment, training and experiences such as art, music, hydrotherapy, animal care and horticulture.
Hannahs at Seale-Hayne is set within 90 acres of spectacular Devon countryside. It was opened by the Trust in 2010 as an innovative and ground-breaking solution to the complete lack of appropriate facilities for people with disabilities once they reach adulthood. and is open to the public 7 days a week with a Bistro, shops, Health and Wellbeing Centre including one of the largest hydrotherapy pools in the South-West, outdoor pursuits and galleries.
We also provide conferencing facilities and a range of accommodation on site from standard ensuite rooms to various accessible accommodation including glamping cabins Seale-Hayne also operates as a social enterprise and a three bedroom, family apartment.
Cost Daily rate of £40 (based on a 1:6 ratio) Hourly rate of £13 (based on a 1:1 ratio)
Getting to Seale-Hayne Hannahs at Seale-Hayne offers a not for profit door to door service for people who live in Torquay and Paignton if they receive direct support from Hannahs. Suggested minimum contribution is as follows: • Return journey from Paignton to Seale-Hayne £15 per day • Return journey from Torquay to Seale-Hayne £10 per day Minimum contribution may reduce dependent on numbers. Phone 01626 325 843 to book your place
Hannahs may be able to offer travel advice and help.
All staff are experienced, trained and qualified to support individuals within their chosen activity. You can also bring your own support.
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DRAMA Express yourself! Bring your ideas, your energy and your sense of humour.
• Develop new drama skills! Character work, storytelling, directing, improvising, voice and movement work, devising work and performing. • Perform! Street theatre, workshops, platform events and theatre productions. • Invent! We create original material as well as performing well-known plays and stories. • Become confident! Perform in front of live audiences. • Meet people! We work with artists, musicians, actors, performers, technicians and theatre companies. • Be yourself! Discover your potential.
DRAMA “There is no world without theatre” - Edward Bond
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Join the Illusion Shed, the production team behind the exciting drama and dance performance work at Hannahs. • • • • • • • •
Discover astonishing creative skills you never knew you had. Learn skills in sound and lighting engineering for our live shows. Create and record original sound and audio effects. Make props, costumes and scenery for performances. Learn how to design and create outrageous original sets. Join the backstage crew that make our performances great. Be a part of big performance events with some of the most thrilling performers around. Whatever your technical skills, if you have ideas and a wild imagination we want to work with you.
THEATRE PRODUCTION “The stage crew are the people who make the real magic happen.”
DANCE Explore what it means to express yourself through movement. Be creative, imaginative and inventive.
• Create unique dance sequences. We use stories, characters, memories, props and costumes to inspire and fire us. • Perform with some of the most exciting dancers, producers and choreographers around. • Join in workshops and pass on your skills to others. • Build confidence, fitness, discipline and performance experience. • If you want to dance, then we want to dance with you.
DANCE “Everything in the universe has rhythm. Everything dances” - Maya Angelou
MUSIC Discover your own voice. Improvise and explore your own musical ideas and imagination.
• Create fresh original sounds. Compose and write songs and compositions. • Be creative with sounds around you. Record them, then experiment and make music. • Create new music with loops and samples, live and recorded instruments and computers. • Work with other musicians, professional artists and performers. • Make stunning soundtracks for videos. • Join a band or why not start your own? • Sing to your heart’s content. • Bring your own musical skills and discover amazing new ones...
MUSIC “Music is not what I do. It’s who I am” - Anon
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Unleash your digital creativity through photography, digital image production, graphics and animation. Discover new skills. • Discover how to use cameras, lighting, computers and software to create your own astonishing digital world. • Learn how to take top pictures by framing, lighting and composition. • Create picture galleries, digital stories and short films. • Express yourself! Exhibit your work in Hannahs galleries and other venues. • Work on your own ideas or projects with other artists. • Join in workshops and pass your skills onto others. • Develop your own ideas and imagination. Bring your own skills and discover new ones.
- Alfred Eisenstaedt
“When I have a camera in my hand, I know no fear”
ART & POTTERY Devon’s newest and most exciting community arts project.
• Work with ceramics, textiles, jewellery, painting and drawing. • Work alongside experienced professional artists. • Work on projects with other groups at Hannahs and visiting artists and performers. • Create your own work for art exhibitions or for sale. • Exhibit and sell your work. • Pass on your learnt skills to others – peer to peer teaching.
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RADIO Access All Aerials is Hannahs very own community radio station, broadcasting live and on-demand, via the Internet. • Get involved in one of our popular team shows, or Create your own weekly, specialist show. • Share your favourite music and chat with thousands of listeners. • Work with a producer or ‘fly solo’ in the AAA studio. • Learn how to promote your show via social media. • Learn how to DJ mix. • Work towards DJing at our Friday Night Out with resident DJs CrowZone and N-Robz. • Become part of AAA’s social enterprise and help run the station.
Please note: We can help you create your own show EVEN if you can’t visit Hannahs at Seale-Hayne
RADIO “Crazy, entertaining and informative” Image by Rachael Dodd
- Anna Todd
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Working with animals is rewarding. People can develop strong bonds with animals and feel a real sense of satisfaction. • Work with animals – goats, pigs, donkeys, ponies, runner ducks, chickens, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, rats etc. • Make new friends whilst caring for the animals including daily feeding, grooming, mucking out etc. • Discover the communication and team-working skills required to handle animals appropriately and safely. • Have fun on the farm.
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Camp Mawazo provides exciting physical activities for all abilities, building upon current skill levels and developing them to improve performance in all the activities coached. • • • • •
Biking Archery Bushcraft Laser combat Cooking meals in our woodland camps and much more...
Join us in our sports hall for our multi-activity clubs and progress in sports such as archery, boccia, airgun shooting, table cricket and football whilst making friends and having fun.
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Land based conservation teams look after and maintain our spectacular 90 acre estate. They use a variety of new and traditional crafts and skills: • Dry stone walling. • Fencing. • Raised bed construction. • Cobb building. • Path construction and maintenance.
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Be part of the team creating and caring for a beautiful and productive garden. Follow the process from soil and seed to organically-grown food on the plate and flowers in the vase. • Soil/compost prep, seed-sowing and cuttings. • Plant out what you’ve grown, water, feed and weed. • Harvest the veg, fruit and flowers for the Bistro and for our animals. • Commercial skills: package, price and design the display of produce for public sale. • Garden-inspired art and craft.
Get involved in supporting wildlife and healthy ecosystems
Learn how to maintain bicycles • • • • •
Bicycle maintenance. Bicycle tools and their use. Wheel removal and installation. Tyre and tube replacement and repair. Checks to ensure a bike is safe to ride.
Advance course: • Brake cable replacement. • Brake block replacement. • Brake system set up.
You can opt for an “Introduction to” day or sign up to a course and gain a nationally recognised qualification.
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Hannahs has a number of internships on offer: • • • • • • •
Retail Housekeeping Hospitality Maintenance Marketing Administration Catering
If you’re interested in gaining work experience or work based certificates in any of these areas, we want to hear from you.
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For more information
T: 01626 325 800 | E: email@example.com Hannahs at Seale-Hayne, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 6NQ www.discoversealehayne.org | /discoverhannahs | @discoverhannahs Hannahs is committed to sustainable travel Dame Hannah Rogerâ€™s School, registered charity no. 306948. Dame Hannah Rogers Trust, a limited company registered in England and Wales with number 5512987, and registered as a charity with number 1148882, and whose registered office address is at Woodland Road, Ivybridge, Devon PL21 9HQ is the sole trustee of Dame Hannah Rogerâ€™s School.
Published on May 5, 2015
Hannahs at Seale-Hayne is set within 90 acres of spectacular Devon countryside. It opened in 2010 as an innovative and ground-breaking solut...