Romsey Mill Trust

Romsey Mill Trust

Charity information

Romsey Mill Trust

Romsey Mill is a Cambridge based charity that creates opportunities with local children, young people and families to overcome disadvantage, promote inclusion and develop personal, social wellbeing.

Founded 1980

  • Mission statement

    Romsey Mill’s vision is of a transformed society in which all young people, children and families fully belong, positively contribute and thrive.
    We work with around 3500 people each year through positive activities, practical and personal support, outreach work and inspiring role models. We are dedicated to supporting those that face disadvantage at home, at school and in the community. Some people come to us at their lowest point and we are there to help them feel valued, have hope, aim high and thrive.
    Our targeted programmes of work include:
    Young Parents Programme (intensive personal, educational and parenting support for parents under 21); Social Inclusion (support and skills development for 10-25 year olds who are struggling to engage positively in their community); Children's Centre and Playgroup (provides information, advice, support and groups to parents of children under 5); Aspire Programme (creates opportunities for 9-18 year olds with autism to develop confidence, self-esteem, social and communication skills).

  • Aims

    Romsey Mill Trust aims to:

    • To support children, young people and families to overcome disadvantage, promote inclusion and develop personal, social and emotional wellbeing.
    • To enable and empower young people to fulfil their potential through practical, educational and emotional support.
    • To strive for change and challenge injustice.
  • Overview

    Established: May 1980

    Registered Charity Number: 1069905

    Board members: 9

    Full time staff: 20

    Part time staff: 19

    Volunteers: 100

    Phone number: 01223566492

    Address: Romsey Mill Centre Hemingford Road CB1 3BZ

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