Tenants and Regular Users

The Adventure Service

The Adventure Service Ltd was founded in 2011 with the aim of supporting those with additional support needs to ‘Achieve Potential Through Adventure’.  

The project specialises in delivering high quality outdoor learning experiences for all, including children and adults with learning disabilities.  This is done through a variety of adventure-based activities.

Each Adventurer is supported and encouraged to do as much as they can. No matter what a person’s perceived abilities, they are gently supported and encouraged to challenge themselves throughout their time with The Adventure Service Ltd.

Disability Nottinghamshire

Disability Nottinghamshire is a registered charity promoting the independence and choice of all persons with disabilities and impairments within the Nottinghamshire County Council area (excluding Nottingham City).

The service provides free, confidential and impartial information, advice and advocacy in respect of any aspect of disability to people with disabilities and impairments, their carers, friends and families as well as professionals and students.

All  provided by people who either have a disability or personal experience of disability.

Hear Together

Helping you to live well with your hearing loss, Hear Together provides  community-based support, information & resources  to bring together adults, children & their families.

Laura Ainsworth, Hear2Help Coordinator attends Park Road Resource Centre to provide:
  • Batteries
  • Re-tubing of hearing aids
  • Support
  • Advice
  • Signposting to other services

Richard Holland Landscape Artist

As a professional artist for more than ten years, Richard has developed his style mainly in oils but also in watercolours.   

Richard’s success has enabled him to set up and run weekly classes at local venues including Park Road Resource Centre.

All classes are very well attended and in most cases have a waiting list of students. 

Students are an enthusiastic bunch that are very creative in their ideas and with Richard’s guidance, are not afraid to explore new ideas and build on existing skills.

West Notts College

Vision West Nottinghamshire College offer a wide range of short adult community courses at Park Road Resource Centre including:

  • Card Making
  • Sewing Bee
  • First Aid
  • Languages
  • Digital Photography
  • Food Safety
  • Vintage Crafts
For more information click here