Set up more than 35 years ago to offer a vocational pathway for people with mental illness, learning disabilities or brain injuries, we provide people with opportunities to gain skills and build confidence.
We supply a unique environment, allowing our service users to develop their skills in a supported setting, which is open to the public. Our people learn work and life skills which are not only meaningful but also essential to the day-to-day running of Workbridge.
Why not visit our garden centre and coffee shop? You'll not only be tempted by our coffee and cakes, unique gift items and high quality plants, but you'll also get to see for yourself how we help transform lives and enable our community users to realise their potential.
Each week, Workbridge supports more than 250 people with mental illness, learning disabilities, autism or brain injuries to learn and develop work and life skills through a broad range of vocational opportunities.
Click play on the video to learn what the charity means to the people who understand it the best – the service users, staff and volunteers.