WE DO AT BAILEY'S FRAMES
Baileys Frames was set up in 2006 with the support of the Community Employment Services , Dorset
HealthCare University Foundation Trust and . The
Richmond Fellowship. In 2014 ownership was transferred to the
We provide a community service to people who, for example, have been long
term unemployed and wish to rebuild their confidence and other work
skills to help them return to work. Skills which include:
- Interpersonal skills through interacting with
- To work cooperatively as part of a group or team.
- Self-discipline to come into work at given times
and to meet deadlines to complete the tasks they are charged with.
- Following instructions given to them by senior
- Focusing and concentrating on the tasks given to
- Taking responsibility for their
own work. To check, correct and take responsibility for their own mistakes when needed.
We form part of Bailey’s, a community resource centre in
Barrack Road Christchurch. The premises are provided by Dorset County
Council and run by The Water Lily Project in conjunction with The Richmond
Some of the services provided within Bailey’s include art
groups, internet access and an online training centre. We also have a
café which is open to the public.
Baileys Picture Frames is situated at the rear of Baileys
Cafe where we have a large workshop fully equipped with all the tools and
machinery needed to produce high quality bespoke hand-made frames.
volunteers are fully trained over a period of months and their work
supervised at all times by staff who are
themselves experienced Picture Framers and Joiners.
provide the following services onsite:-
• Bespoke framing
for pictures, photos, tapestries, posters, sports kit
• Canvas Stretching
• Glass Cutting
• Mount Cutting
• Replacement mounts and glass for your own frame
• Mirror making