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Bewdley day service users enjoy a drink at town brewery
7:30am Saturday 17th August 2013 in News
ADULTS with learning disabilities who use a Bewdley community service visited the town's brewery to find out more about the ale-making process.
Reach Community Service users were given a tour of the Bewdley Brewery and tried the ale made in their home town.
Reach manager Alison Coley-Smith said: “They had such a fantastic time. The brewery team gave us such a wonderful, warm welcome showing the service users around the brewery, explaining all about the ale-making process and all the different equipment used.
“The service users also had a small taste of the different ales including Worcestershire Way and Worcestershire Sway. They loved it and found the whole experience very interesting and different.”
Reach Community Service is based at Bewdley Cricket Club, in Lower Park and is open Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9.15am to 3.15pm.
It provides day activities including arts and craft, baking, sports and day trips for adults with learning disabilities.
For more information visit reach4support.org.uk
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