Pam Lane and Sandra Vittles with Patrick Phillips (WESC Foundation’s Horticulture Project Manager, West Hill).

“Bingo!” as Honiton locals support visually impaired children’s charity

27 February 2020

A bingo group that meets in Honiton has presented a cheque for £620 to the WESC Foundation – a specialist centre for children and young adults who are blind or partially sighted and have other complex needs. Sandra Vittles and Pam Lane,...

Emma in the Honiton shop with Rachel, the store manager, and Andrew, head of employ-ability

A big thank you to our shop volunteer, Emma!

25 February 2020

We’d like to say a huge thank you to our volunteer, Emma, who has been working in our Honiton charity shop since 2016. Emma with Rachel, the store manager, and Andrew, our Head of Employability & Enterprise   With an infectiousl...

WESC Foundation student using specialist IT technology

A safer internet for WESC Foundation young people

11 February 2020

Some thoughts on Safer Internet Day 2020 The internet, and especially social media, provides amazing opportunities for sharing information and communicating. We are also all aware of the risks that exist when communicating online. For our...

Staff from LV, Exeter Brewery and WESC Foundation standing in front of a bar holding the quiz shield, a blue WESC T shirt and pints of beer

Charity pub quiz for WESC Foundation

6 February 2020

WESC Foundation is inviting staff at businesses around Exeter to gather their cleverest colleagues together for a charity pub quiz to help raise funds for blind and partially-sighted children and young adults. Sponsored by LV=, the Exeter-...


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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 Foundation student