The Workshed was founded on the vision of Mr. Bill Griffiths and a group of hard working volunteers with the assistance of Brighton Council, the Housing Department, Brighton Rotary and others.
Since its inception the Workshed has provided a valuable service to the community, nursing homes, the disabled and “at risk” children.
Pete’s community Workshed provides a focal point where people from the socially disadvantaged and culturally isolated Bridgewater-Gagebrook area can learn the skills of woodwork and metalwork as well as simple and practical home maintenance skills. In the process, experienced and capable co-ordinators provide friendly, informal and effective mentoring for “at risk” young people.
Special Thanks to: