Partnering with Pride

The Right to Work CIC is proud to partner with local businesses which are able to offer appropriate and sustainable work opportunities for our teams. Each week, more than 90 individuals attend our work placements – many for one day; others for as many as five days per week.  None of this would be possible without the support given and confidence shown by our wonderful partners; Staunton Country Park, Community First, The Somerstown Community Hub and Waterlooville Community Centre.
TRTW also develops social enterprise initiatives when successful result in a greater variety of work opportunities for people, leading to the possibility of paid or self-employment in the future.

Art Invisible

Painting, Drawing, Crafts, Felt Making, Sewing, Business Skills

Supported by accomplished and talented artists, attendees develop artistic skills and are encouraged to produce work of a commercial standard. We actively market images and products made by our artists in order that they can receive payment as their work sells.

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Hewitts Cafe

Food prep, Cooking, Customer Service, Cleaning, Front of house

Our team prepare and cook meals for older people’s luncheon clubs. The standards set are high, making Hewitt’s the perfect placement for individuals who want to learn catering skills in a busy kitchen. Hewitts offers excellent training in a safe and supportive environment.

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Horticulture, Gardening, Vegetable Growing, Maintenance, Retail Display

Staunton Country Park and Henderson Gardens are ideal workplaces for those who enjoy being active and working outdoors, however there there are many other less active horticulture jobs too, suiting all abilities and appropriate for all weather conditions.

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