True Colours CIC | Social enterprise projects | True Colours CIC
True Colours social enterprise projects help people with autism and learning disabilities with autistic traits contribute to their community, help those in need, and develop valuable workplace skills.
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The Jetsons

Car valeting service

A team-building activity for developing social skills, and preparing people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health for independent living and employment. They get their hands dirty and see the amazing results, as well as learning many new skills to help them in daily life.
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Lotions & Potions.

Creating handmade skincare

In this workshop, they will learn to create beautiful body creams and therapeutic products from natural ingredients. As well as enjoying some experimentation, our aspiring cosmetologists will build on their marketing and IT skills, as well as preparing for work in a variety of industries.
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Coming soon! Re-Tyred

Turning tyres into furniture

Our team of creative upcyclers will turn vehicle tyres into play equipment, furniture, planters, and shelving for indoors and outdoors. The skills learned in these workshops develop technical knowledge, as well as customer service and communication skills.
We can provide transport to and from True Colours within the Leigh area. We also hold residential weekends throughout the north west. Costs can vary depending on the activities.
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Social enterprise.

Making, doing, creating, and transforming are incredibly productive experiences. Through their very own social enterprises, adults with autism, learning disabilities and mental health will make a difference to the world around them with their skills and enthusiasm.


The social enterprises developed by our members are self-sustainable. All profits are put back into the enterprise and the community.

Dust Busters.

Housework and company for those in need

Some dusting and brew-making can make a huge difference to the elderly, disabled, and isolated. Our team of Dust Busters help people in their community by keeping on top of their light chores, and always being ready for a chat, as well as building on their social and independent living skills.

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Feebies Community Farm

Equine and animal therapy

An opportunity for adults and children with a diverse range of abilities to spend time down on our farm. Interacting with these furry friends helps the group learn about animal welfare, as well as developing trust, resilience, and social skills. Animals communicate through touch, smell, sound and vision, so farm life is a massively valuable sensory experience for all.


With the help of our trained horse and pony, Tilly and Evie, we’ll learn stable management and general horse care. We also have two pygmy goats, Skip and Lily, who also love a bit of attention.
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