20th September, 2018
As you may know we have had to move out of our premises at Ida Darwin in Fulbourn. We were sad to go, not least because of the way our clients and staff team worked together to make the hub the success it was for a number of years.
However, we want to reassure you that we will carry on providing the best possible services.
We are running our hub services at Chesterton Methodist Church on two days a week - Thursdays and Fridays and we are also planning some drop-in sessions and a launch event.
We are also running hub services on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the Clay Farm Centre in Trumpington. This is a temporary solution until we move into our new headquarters.
Our Peterborough hub continues as usual.
Our new headquarters
In a few months we hope to be moving to our new headquarters in South Cambridgeshire.
We are currently going through the planning process with the local council to change the property’s use but we hope that soon this will become our headquarters and we will also be able to deliver many of our services from there. We will also be transferring the temporary sessions at Clay Farm to there. The services in Chesterton Church will continue.
In addition to regular hub sessions, we also plan to introduce exciting new activities and services, offering you a wider range of sessions to choose from.
There will be an interim period before we can move into our new headquarters. During this time our administrative offices will be based at Manor farm in Harston.
Our contact details for emailing and calling us will remain the same:
Headway Cambridgeshire has always been much more than bricks and mortar - it is about our clients and our supporters and our volunteers and we sincerely hope that you will come along with us in the next stage of our development.
Clay Farm Centre, Hobson Square, Cambridge, CB2 9FN (Client services on Tuesdays and Wednesdays)
Chesterton Methodist Church, Green End Road, Cambridge, CB4 1RW (Client services on Thursdays and Fridays)
Manor Farm, Royston Road, Harston, CB22 7NJ (Administration office only)
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