Leaving 118 Broadway
You may have noticed our office windows having recently been boarded up. The windows have been deemed unsafe not due to being vandalised, but from a health and safety point of view, following a recent survey carried out by our landlords SODC. SODC own all 3 premises: what was No Two Things, ourselves and The Food Bank.
However it is more than just our windows that are unsafe. As a result, we have been informed that the office is no longer safe to work from. Obviously this means big changes for us. After many years we are leaving 118, Broadway, in search of a new premises. From now on we will be working from home and running sessions in various locations around the town to ensure we that TRAIN does not let down Didcot’s young people. We are truly saddened to have to close the door on what has been a second home for both young people, staff and volunteers, but will not let the circumstances dim the future of TRAIN!For updates on session locations and times we would advise keeping an eye on our @DidcotTRAIN Facebook page and please feel free to get in touch with us via our email@example.com email at any time. Thank you.
Young people if you’re reading this, TRAIN is still here for you!