Training Centre clients produce book of creative work

A new book of creative writing has been produced by a group of disabled adults who attend Compaid’s Training Centre in Paddock Wood.

The book includes haikus, limericks and clerihews, along with a number of short stories. Original artwork from Compaid clients is also featured. The project was overseen by Steffon Marshall, who has been attending the Training Centre for a number of years to improve his computer skills.

The contributors were supported to use Microsoft Word and Publisher to write and design the collection, which is available to download for free here.