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Celebrating Our Inspirational Volunteer: James Harrison

Meet James Harrison, a local resident near Albrighton Moat and Garden Project. Having attended Codsall Community High School and pursued his studies in business at university, James embarked on a journey that led him to a path of resilience and purpose.

After facing challenges in securing employment following his university education, James discovered an opportunity that would not only redefine his sense of purpose but also uplift his spirits. It was at the suggestion of a caring individual that James decided to explore the world of voluntary work at the Albrighton Moat and Garden Project.


What makes James's story truly special is his unwavering determination, despite facing the daily effects of cerebral palsy, which impacts his speech, balance, and coordination. Engaging in woodwork, something entirely new to him, became a transformative experience for James. It ignited a spark within him and provided a profound sense of accomplishment and fulfilment.


Stepping into this unfamiliar territory allowed James to thrive, showcasing his resilience and adaptability in the face of challenges. His dedication and passion for the work at the Albrighton Moat and Garden Project have not only inspired those around him but also enriched the community with his unwavering spirit and positive outlook.


James's journey serves as a testament to the power of perseverance and the potential that exists within each of us. His willingness to embrace new experiences and approach life with an open heart and mind exemplifies the true essence of resilience and determination.


As we celebrate James Harrison and his journey, let his story be a source of inspiration to us all. Together, let us continue to create a supportive and inclusive environment where everyone, regardless of their challenges, can thrive and find their sense of belonging. We are honoured to have James as a part of our community, and we invite you to join us in applauding his courage and tenacity.


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