L’ARCHE BRECON Building Communities with people who have learning disabilities Adeiladu Cymunedau gyda Phobl ag Anableddau Dysgu
Female Live in Support Worker vacancies
(board, lodging and allowance provided) L’Arche Brecon Community are looking for extraordinary individuals to work as residential support workers, supporting people with learning disabilities in all aspects of their lives including . . . → Read More: L’Arche Brecon vacancy
The Rebound Books workshop is closed now until Mon 6th Jan.
PLEASE NOTE: Any orders received will not be processed until this time.
Wishing all our customers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Gareth Bain “Drawings and paintings” “The Hours” coffee shop, Brecon October 22nd – November 30th
Gareth Bain’s work is representative of naïve art. He has been living in L’Arche Brecon for over 20 years (an organization takes care of people with learning disabilities). His drawing and paintings are very original. . . . → Read More: L’Arche Brecon is pleased to invite you to Gareth Bain’s exhibition
Rebound Books L’Arche Brecon would like to invite you to visit our workshop "Ty’r Fugail"
This is a golden opportunity to see how we make our original Rebound Books and to perhaps buy one for yourself!.
L’Arche Brecon, Rebound Books, 2 Wheat Street, Brecon
JULY 23. 2011 (SATURDAY)
10 . . . → Read More: Rebound Books Workshop Open Day – All Welcome
L’Arche Brecon won the coveted Hay on Earth, Green Dragons Den at the 2011 Hay Festival.
The prize, a grant of £10,000 from the Welsh Assembly Government has been awarded to help develop the Communities’ Rebound Books project as a social enterprise.
Rebound Books, which operates from the community’s small workshop in Brecon . . . → Read More: L’Arche Brecon Rebound Books Wins Hay Festival’s Dragon’s Den
Recycled Books, Recycled Journals, Recycled Notebooks, Recycled Diaries, Recycled Sketchbooks
I have come across some good news that will help householders across the country quietly join the move towards a more active zero waste lifestyle.
Reported in this week’s LetsRecycle bulletin is the news that the UK’s key supermarkets (Asda; The Co-operative . . . → Read More: Do me a favour, leave your plastic wrapping at the supermarket!
Eco news, Recycled book journals, recycled books, repurposed books, eco friendly books
Did you know that more than 90 percent of the environmental impact from a disposable plastic bottles happens before the consumer ever opens it? Dr. Allen Hershkowitz, a senior scientist at the U.S. Natural Resources Defense Council, explains that we often . . . → Read More: Bottled Water: Just How Bad Is It For The Environment And Our Health?
National tin can day, Recycled books, Recycled book journals, recycled journals, repurposed journals, recycled notebooks
Yes you can recycle your cans!
But did you know that tomorrow was National Tin Can Day?
It might seem a little silly to have a day in praise of the tin can, but look . . . → Read More: Happy National Tin Can Day!
Handmade books, Handmade journals, Handmade diaries, handmade notebooks, handmade sketchbooks
January is traditionally a time for taking stock and reflecting on the past and looking forward to the future. We may make life changing decisions or life style decisions. Why not consider taking the Handmade Plegde? Here are a few reasons why..
Why . . . → Read More: Thinking of New Year resolutions? Buy handmade this year: take the pledge
Eco news, Recycled books, recycled journals, recycled notebooks, recycled gifts, recycled stationary
With news that several energy providers going to increase their electricity prices, it’s time to have a look at how you can save energy – and money – at home. It doesn’t take much to save a little here and there, and . . . → Read More: Top tips for saving energy at home