Mo Wilson – General Manager, The Autism Trust - Registered Charity: 1117657
Tel: 07710 663551,
The Autism Trust is a Vocational Training Centre which gives young people who are on the autism spectrum the chance to get work experience in an environment that is a real work environment, yet also provides specialised support and encouragement to gain skills.
The POLLY’S PLACE shop, gallery and office it is the “hub” of The Autism Trust and the vocational training we provide.
The Autism Trust is also an Approved Centre to deliver ASDAN qualifications in Employability. The young people who choose this qualification avenue can work towards this qualification alongside their work experience.
To take a detailed look at the Charity and the Online shop POLLY’S PLACE, which sells products lovingly made by people with autism, their family and friends or supporters. 50% of each sale goes back to the creator of the product. Please support us to ‘GIVE AUTISM A CHANCE’ by buying from the Shop or supporting the charity using the many ways there are on the donations page or simply volunteering your time in some way, please visit www.theautismtrust.org.uk or email email@example.com for more information.
The Autism Trust is a registered charity 1117657, In the Press...
So Asia Fund Raiser Meal
Published: 28th January 2016
New premises at Camberley 'Grand Open Day' article.
Published: 6th August 2015
Sunninghill Fayre 2014 Advert in The Village.
Volunteer Linda Hanvey in The Village.
Published: November 2014
Bracknell News Article
Sunninghill Fayre Donation
Published 27th February 2014
The Sun Newpaper
Hope Anscombe 'A year to make a difference' Auction.
Published: 3rd February 2014
Sunninghill Street Fayre Article 2013
Villager Article: Published 4th November 2013
In pictures: Sunninghill's Victorian Street Fayre
Published: 18 November 2013
MR TOAD was at the centre of the action as Sunninghill High Street was transformed for the village's annual Victorian Street Fayre yesterday.
Quince Players Support The Autism Trust
Published: 8 October 2013
THE QUINCE PLAYERS have a long history of supporting local charities alongside each of their excellent productions.
Success for Sunninghill drama group
The Village Article
Quince Players prepare for next production in Sunninghill
Published: 6 September 2013
AN AMATEUR dramatic group that is celebrating its 68th anniversary is about to stage its new production, with the opening show in aid of charity.
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Ascot News Article
Published : 8th February 2013
Local Ad in Sunninghill Parish Magazine.
Polly's Place was mentioned in a local Sunninghill newsletter.
Autism Trust Boutique | Polly's Place | Sunninghill High Street
Published: 4 October 2012
THE AUTISM TRUST is launching a new social enterprise in Sunninghill, to provide skills and experience for young adults with autism.
Age of Autism
Polly Tommey Launches "Polly's Place" For Young Adults with Autism
Published: 22 September 2012
POLLY TOMMEY, a mother from London with a son with autism and Founder of The Autism Trust will be opening Polly’s Place in Sunninghill, Ascot as the charity’s first retail, training and administrative facility on Friday 5th October 2012.
Learning Disability Today
The Autism Trust to launch retail and training facility
Published: 12 September 2012
THE AUTISM TRUST will open the charity’s first retail, training and administrative facility in Sunninghill, Ascot early October.
Attention-grabbing antics for autism
Published: 7 April 2010
ONE WOMAN'S bold campaign to increase awareness of autism is causing controversy. But has it had the desired effect?
Polly Tommey: Founder of the Autism Trust Meets Gordon Brown
Published: 17 June 2009
POLLY AND HER husband Jon have a son with Autism.
Gordon Brown responds to autism charity ads
Published: 7 April 2009
AN AD BY The Autism Trust encouraging Gordon Brown to call Polly Tommey, the charity's founder, has proven successful, after the Prime Minister responded to the ad and arranged a meeting.
The strategy for adults with autism in England
Broadcast: 2 April 2009