I have recently had two job interviews both of which went fairly well although I did not get either job. The second of these, at Cotman Housing Association in Bowthorpe was a particularly pleasing experience as they made a point of telling me how well I had presented at interview and that I had only missed out because the successful applicant had worked in an administrative capacity on a housing project.
The King’s Lynn Social and Support Group for Adults with Aspergers Syndrome will have a new home from our March meeting (Monday 4th March, 6PM-8PM). From that month onwards we will be based at the Community Hub of King’s Lynn Town Football Club (aka The Linnets). Having just returned from a meeting at which these details were finalised and I got to see the room, I consider it to be an ideal venue for our purposes.
The de-icing salt I purchased from LIDL just before christmas (£4 for a 7.5 kilogram tub) has proved to be worth its weight in gold as a vicious cold snap has hit but I have a clear, safe path from my door to the nearest communal outside space (one floor down).
Most of my photos of our new venue: