This year’s Palmer and Howells catering competition: Food Noise!

22 March 2019

Judges from Palmer and Howells, which supports WESC Foundation’s in-house catering team, were onsite earlier this week to judge their annual schools competition. Given this year’s theme of ‘food noise’ the WESC Fou...

Planting trees at WESC Foundation's West Hill horticulture site

Planting #FreeTrees at West Hill

18 March 2019

Students from WESC Foundation have begun planting new trees thanks to a donation from The Woodland Trust. Over 100 saplings will be used to help develop the charity’s East Devon horticulture site at West Hill, near Ottery St Mary. The ha...

Making a breakthrough into accessible technology for shops

15 March 2019

WESC Foundation has received the first prototype of a new piece of electronic ‘point of sale’ (EPOS) technology, which experts hope will revolutionise accessibility for disabled staff in the retail sector. Our award-winning Social Enter...

Lions Club presentation to WESC Foundation

Lions fund improvements to facilities

13 March 2019

Imagine being visually impaired and having to navigate your way around an unfamiliar toilet, perhaps having to resort to feeling your way around the surfaces with your hands. For most of us it’s not a prospect that we would relish, but t...


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Everybody has something to offer WESC, so I would strongly recommend anyone thinking about volunteering to come to meet the children and staff and find out how they can contribute. If you have a gap in your life or you’d like to learn a new skill or meet like-minded people, then please come and join us!

Angie, Volunteer - at WESC Foundation