Pulp Friction is a social enterprise working with young adults across Nottinghamshire who have a learning disability enabling them to develop their work readiness, social and independent living skills.
We use the income generated from the Smoothie Bar, Pulp Friction Ice Cream tricycle and associated catering activities to support a range of social activities for the young people we work with, such as the Pulp Friction Atmosphere Glee Choir ( which has 33 members), and two allotments in Beeston Ryelands and Stapleford.
Further information about our activities can be accessed via our website www.pulpfrictionsmoothies.org.uk our Twitter @pulpfrictionews and our facebook page pulpfrictionsmoothiebarproject”
Last Updated: 25th March, 2015
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Advice and information, Arts including music, drama, craft and art, Education, training and learning, Food and drink, Gardening and horticulture, Hobbies and interests, Planning and representation including advocacy and Support Planning, Socialising, companionship and friendship, Sport and active pursuits, User led, Work or volunteering