Coaching Challenges

Coaching Challenges

Another successful Dreamstore Academy has been delivered, this one at the excellent facilities of the Albrighton Trust near Wolverhampton. Over three weekends at Albrighton Moat, Academy participants worked through the twelve course modules, including the unique Disability Module and a final two days of assessments. Participants were referred from the […]

Academy focuses on disability support

Academy focuses on disability support

Our latest Dreamstore Academy is underway at Albrighton Moat, near Wolverhampton. The first weekend is complete, and just two more weekends to go, one in April, and one in May. This Academy has a particular focus on disability, making the Albrighton Trust facility a perfect location for delivering the course. There […]

Still the best – Albrighton Moat

Still the best - Albrighton Moat

Not only the best, but sadly still one of only a handful of dedicated disability friendly fishing locations in the country. Dreamstore visited Albrighton Moat in the Spring to discuss a project that we had in mind. The place was looking little muddy and forlorn – a building site – […]

Dreamstore Day gallery is now available.

For all those who attended the excellent Dreamstore Day at Haydock Racecourse at the end of March there is gallery available at to remind you of the great day we shared. The pictures take us through the day, from coffee on arrival… To presentations by Terry Yarnall on the Equality […]

Dreamstore Day hugely successful

  Representatives from voluntary organisations around the country attended our Dreamstore Day at Haydock Park Racecourse on Saturday. A great time was had by all, meeting and exchanging ideas and experiences of working with many different types of groups.  More later on different parts of the day, as there it […]

South Staffs Angling for Everyone

30 groups serviced at specialist disability angling centre William Corns supports the Albrighton Trust centre outside Wolverhampton. William has been our oldest Academy participant at 70+ (pictured here with our youngest participant, Jos – there is over fifty years in the age difference: never too old, never too young). He […]