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Office accommodation and office users

We have fourteen offices available to let.  The rent includes all utilities (except Broadband and phone call charges), maintenance and repairs, cleaning service, free use of interview rooms and kitchen facilities with an allocation of free vouchers for use of the public rooms.   We have full disabled access including a lift to all floors.   There is a fully staffed reception at the entrance of the building with telephone connection to all offices.  All floors have security coded access.

At present the following organisations are based here:

Goole & District Talking Newspapers – Goole and District Talking Newspapers is a voluntary organisation. A team of volunteer’s record selected news from the ‘Goole Times’ onto audio cassette. These tapes are posted; free of charge, to visually impaired people in the area. All registered blind or partially sighted individuals and others who can provide medical evidence that they are prevented from reading by medical condition can benefit from this service.
Volunteers are required to read the news, operate the copier, and maintain the registry of users and management of the organisation, which is a registered charity.
If you require further information please ring David Caldicott on 01405 763664.

The Green Team – : The Green Team is a local charity offering horticultural services to the local community. Our services include a not-for-profit garden maintenance service for people aged 60 and over, and disabled people living within a ten mile radius of Goole. We provide volunteering and training opportunities to adults interested in helping with our allotment and Veg Bag scheme, as well as the gardening service.
For more information please contact the Development Manager on 01405 837126
email: [email protected]
Green Team Website

HomeStart Goole & District – Home-Start is a voluntary organisation committed to promoting the welfare of families with at least one child under eight years of age. Home-Start strengthens families, enabling them to address difficulties they are experiencing. Volunteers offer regular support, friendship and practical help by visiting families in their own homes, helping to prevent family crisis and breakdown. Volunteers enable families to take control of their own lives once again by listening, encouraging and helping them to build on their existing skills. The service is independent, confidential and free to families.

Volunteers are people from a variety of backgrounds and age groups with a few hours to spare each week, wanting to use their skills to help families through everyday difficulties. Volunteers need to have parenting skills, an ability to listen, and basic common sense. Get in touch to find out about becoming a volunteer and the training we offer.

Support is available to families with children of eight or under living in Goole or the surrounding area. Please contact Susie Bovill, Angie Bailey or Julie Toone on 01405 769966 for more information.

There is also an International Parents Support Group every Thursday from 9 to 11.30am at The Courtyard, welcoming parents of primary school children. Come along to share ideas with other parents and listen to speakers from local agencies. You are welcome to drop-in for twenty minutes or stay longer for a cuppa and a chat; pre-school children are welcome.

The charity is currently looking to appoint a Treasurer with a relevant qualification in accountancy or financial management. This is a voluntary position; expenses are reimbursed. Experience or knowledge of Charity Finance and fundraising is necessary to lead and advise the board on all financial matters and ensure that proper procedures and records are maintained. Board Meetings are held bi-monthly on alternate months at The Courtyard. Trustees are also invited to get involved with other aspects of the charity, i.e. fundraising, marketing. Please send an email if you would like further details.

[email protected]
Home-Start Website

Relate – Relate offers relationship counselling in the Courtyard on Wednesdays from 1.00pm – 8.00pm and sex therapy on Monday evenings from 5.00pm – 8.00pm. To make an appointment in Goole, Hull or Beverley, telephone the Hull Centre on 01482 329621.
Relate Website

Hook & Goole Charity-Grants and Bursaries to help you with your education for young people from 16 years up to and including 25 years in Higher Education.
01405 837100

Goole Samaritan Society-
01405 837100

Shaw Trust-Shaw Trust is a national charity which supports disabled and disadvantaged people to prepare for work, find jobs and live more independently.