WESC is delighted to welcome new CEO Jane Bell

WESC welcomes new CEO Jane Bell

3 January 2018

WESC Foundation is delighted to announce the appointment of new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jane Bell.   Jane Bell joins WESC Foundation from the charity Shared Lives South West where she has been Chief Executive for 14 years. Alongside...

L-R: Melissa Cantrill, Volunteer at Cowick Street shop, Becky Foster-Rooke, Enabler at WESC, Nina, WESC student, Maria Dowswell, Shop Assistant, Helen , Shop Manager and Maureen Biss, Deputy CEO at WESC Foundation

St Thomas Charity Shop celebrates one year anniversary!

12 December 2017

WESC Foundation’s newest Social Enterprise Charity Shop in St Thomas, is celebrating its first anniversary this month and to mark the occasion they are celebrating in style at their Cowick Street shop with volunteers, customers and WESC s...

Megan showcasing her independence skills by making a drink

Megan’s key to success is a smooth transition!

1 December 2017

From the first day at College WESC Foundation works with young people with visual impairment and their families to start putting together a plan for life after college. Whether the young person chooses to forge better links with their commu...

WESC learner Jack looking very excited to begin his Braille class teaching WESC learner Louis Grade 1 Braille

WESC student Jack’s passion for Braille!

28 November 2017

Aspiring WESC learner Jack’s ultimate goal is to be a Braille teacher and he’s well on the way to achieving it by studying the Ascentis Level 3 Award in Education and Training, supported by work placements, at WESC Foundation. Jack, 20,...


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Our residential trip to London was an amazing experience. We were there for three nights and four days. It was my first time travelling on a train which was very exciting. It was great to socialise with my friends in a big city.

Katie, WESC learner