What we do at Workshop 305

We run a range of activities across the week from ceramics, mosaics, sculpture and animation to art, printmaking, woodwork and textiles.

Students might get involved in public arts projects and private commissions, as well as exploring personal interests and developing new skills working on their own individual or group projects, under the guidance of our team of experienced tutors.

We are constantly developing and expanding our range of craft products that are for sale and all workshops have the potential to contribute towards this, either with designs or the making of actual pieces or prototypes and this all goes towards making a sustainable Workshop 305.

Who comes to us

Workshop 305 is aimed at individuals over the age of 18 that have a learning disability, physical disability or both. Our fully accessible building gives us the capacity to work with people with a wide range of disabilities and limitations. Highly experienced staff offer support and tutoring to students with learning disabilities, complex needs, those on the autistic spectrum and people living with epilepsy. We work closely with carers and health professionals to establish the best support plans for each individual.

All round support

You are assured that student's needs and wellbeing are met with the highest levels of care at Workshop 305. As a parent or carer you can also be assured that support for you is an integral part of our service.

Joining the workshops

Most people come to us through social services and pay using funding from their personal budget. You can, however, contact us independently and arrange to finance privately.