Tayberry Tales Lilybank Resource Centre Storytellers performed at the Edfringe today. It was a full house standing room only.
What a fantastic day today at the Edinburgh Fringe
Some of the Dundee Multi Sensory Storytellers that performed today @ EDfringe.
Storytellers Chantelle, Francis, Jason & Steven along with Anne and Kristen one of their friends who was in the audience.
Jason one of our Tayberry Tales Storytellers had time out today and joined ‘Drumdee’ (Tayberry Enterprise African Drumming Group).
Lorna , Gillian and the team would like to thank Pamis Dundee for inviting the group along today we all had a FANTASTIC DAY
Chantelle & Ebi two of Tayberry Tales Trainees will be competing in 2017 Special Olympics
This is the country’s largest multi-sports event for athletes with intellectual disabilities to be held in 2017. Around 2,600 athletes with intellectual disabilities of all ages and abilities will come together from across the country. They will be supported over 4 days of competition by 800 coaches, 1000 volunteers, 200 officials and over 7,000 family & friends.
Good Luck from all your Friends @ Tayberry Enterprise
What a lovely tea party Jason and his friends had today to celebrate his award.
On Friday 19th May 2017,
Jason Lyon (Multi Sensory Storyteller) attended Scotland’s first national Learning Disability Awards!
Jason received the social impact award from the RSA with a 3 year fellowship during which time he will be supported to develop his skills and the work of Tayberry Tales Multi Sensory Storytelling Project.
The Learning Disability Awards provide an opportunity to celebrate, on a national level, the rarely heard stories and achievements of people with learning disabilities and the people who support them. These awards are for individuals who are excelling in areas where people with learning disabilities are rarely represented.
Jason receiving his Social Impact Award