Sunday, 11 September 2016

'I can' at Chertsey Museum.

We went to Chertsey and ate cream filled doughnuts from the bakery.

And we had a look at Chertsey Museum, which is interesting enough with some antiquities from the Roman and Greek eras as well as a collection of fashion through the ages.

But this was the highlight;

It's lots of different decorated wooden blocks each one made by young people with learning difficulties who attend The Clubhouse Project in Surrey. 

They were asked to think of a phrase that expressed 'what they can do, what they can't do, what they want to do and what they don't want to do'.

I really liked it, especially along the bottom where one of the youngsters made a block saying "I want to zip up my coat" and then added another block which says "Now I can".

And who doesn't want to "Dance like no one's watching"?

It's charming.

Neil Harris
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