Stainforth’s community organisation has re-launched its hub in Stainforth in a bid to reach out to local communities.
The newly refurbished Stainforth Community Library incorporating an Internet Cafe and Charity Shop was re-opened by Doncaster Mayor Ros Jones at an event attended by local service managers and community leaders. In attendance was constituency MP Ed Miliband, along with local DMBC councillors George Derx and Ken Keegan, as well as the mayors of both Stainforth and Thorne, Stephen Cook and Susan Durant.
S4ALL, the organisation that runs the building are a registered charity whose aims are to help local people to lead fulfilling, independent lives within their own communities, especially with regard to education, employment and inclusion.
S4ALL manager Phil Bedford said: “S4ALL is committed to helping local people to maintain themselves, their family and their community. Everything we do is for local people of all ages.
"As well as the Library Service we provide, our Charity Shop is the best value in the local area, and all profits go back into the community. With this money, we provide free trips, free tutoring and paying for peoples employment training and certificates. We are the first point of contact for anyone looking for employment services, advice and support."
"The main Jobcentre Plus office is in Doncaster with a smaller branch in Thorne, which means it is easier and more accessible for local people to come to us for jobsearch help in a welcoming environment in their community.
"Our local service means we're overcoming barriers and making it as easy as possible for them to get the help and support they need."
For full details of Stainforth Community Library along with opening times, please visit the S4All website at www.s4all.org.uk.
Anyone who would like professional help with employment or training issues, please ring (01302) 841239, email email@example.com or message us via Facebook Stainforth 4 ALL.