Spotlight on: staff and the people we support!

Over the summer we worked with 7Video to capture some of the amazing work happening across Bethphage, sharing stories from people we support and our staff.

This project took us across Shropshire, from the Shrewsbury Town Football Club, to two of our day opportunities, Innage Lane in Bridgnorth, and Oak Farm in Ditton Priors. We were so excited to capture what it’s like working at Bethphage. 

We also wanted to take this opportunity to hear from the people we support; about the things they love to do and what’s important to them, as well as what they think makes a good support worker.

We hope you enjoy the range of videos we have created to share across our social media channels, including this video below of Ben, telling us about his work at the Shropshire Wildlife Trust and walks up Haughmond Hill!

We would like to thank 7Video for all their work with us on this project. We would also like to thank: The British Heart Foundation Charity Shop in Shrewsbury, The Shropshire Wildlife Trust, Shrewsbury Town Football Club, our day opportunities; Oak Farm & Innage Lane, and all of the people we support and members of staff who took part in this project!

If you’d like to find out more about what we do, or join our team, get in touch! 

Bethphage Shared Lives at the seaside
Shared Lives Horse riding

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