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Dawlish Gardens Trust (DGT Devon) is a charity for people with learning disabilities, sensory and hidden impairments.  

At DGT you can participate in a range of work experiences in a safe and supervised environment.  These experiences include: horticulture; woodwork; catering; conservation; music; art and craft; garden machinery maintenance and site maintenance projects.   All staff at DGT are qualified in their areas of expertise.

Individual abilities are assessed on entry; targets are agreed and progression mapped for all attendees.  Regular reviews are held to include parents/carers and other agencies where end destinations are identified using person centred planning.   If appropriate, travel training and life skills are available.

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21 hours ago

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We started Monday morning with a lovely email from an old friend of DGT, thanks Luke!
"I been in Dawlish today, whilst I was out with my housemate. This first picture was taken at the time of the 14:24 "Cross Country" Manchester Picccadilly bound train service was in."
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Some wonderful work going on in the gardens at Langdon this week, before and after photos! 🐝🌞😍🌷🌳 (we're pretending the sun was out 🤣🌧☃️) ... See MoreSee Less

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We love working in our local community, and what better opportunity than to spruce up Dawlish Community Transport with a few pretty boxes and flowers. Doesn't it look great?! 🌞🐝🦋🌷💐🎋🌾🌻🌼🌞 ... See MoreSee Less

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7 days ago

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A huge THANK YOU to everyone who came to the wonderful event yesterday; the sun shone for us and it was such a lovely day. We are so grateful to Sir David & Sir Simon Hoare and family for opening up their beautiful gardens for all to see. Thanks also to Friends of Dawlish Hospital and Dawlish Gardens Trust - what a team we made. Love Dawlish Love Teignmouth Eyes of Dawlish Assist Teignbridge Open DAW The Strand Community Centre ... See MoreSee Less

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