The COVID-19 pandemic has hit everyone hard, but the lives of people with care and support needs changed drastically during the lockdowns. Now we are helping them to rebuild their lives and even look forward to a holiday together.
For any of us, dealing with mental health issues is a difficult process. Learning to trust others and know the correct help to seek is not easy or straightforward. For people with learning disabilities this process is often many times more difficult than for you or I. Donate to us in the Big Give 2021 to help tackle this crisis.
Dame Esther Rantzen has backed Minstead Trust's Big Give campaign to help people with learning disabilities recover from mental trauma exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Slow down and tune into the beauty of autumn. Pete White, Head Gardener shares tips and gives an insight into the latest goings on at Furzey Gardens
Artist Anna Cady has been chosen to work on a pioneering art project to mark the centenary of Furzey Gardens.
Amateur sleuths discovered whodunit in a murder mystery event to raise funds for learning disability charity Minstead Trust.
Fall into the beauty of autumn. Pete White, Head Gardener, shares tips and gives an insight into the latest goings on at Furzey Gardens.
Minstead Trust has taken on the running of the Portsmouth Central Library café as a training enterprise for people with learning disabilities.
Keen gardeners are in for a treat this autumn as Furzey Gardens is once again hosting its popular end of year plant sale.
A Tokyo 2020 Olympic gold medallist has received a rapturous welcome on a visit to a Minstead Trust's day opportunities centre for people with learning disabilities in Portsmouth.
A feast for the eyes as autumn arrives bringing beautiful hues of red, orange and yellow.