The Harbour Project

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Name

The Harbour Project

Service details

At The Harbour Project we welcome and support refugees and asylum seekers in Swindon. We welcome visitors who come for support, advice, practical help and a warm, safe space for social integration and classes.

Price

No fee

Main telephone

01793 611682

Email

info@harbourproject.org.uk

Opening times

Drop in 10am-2pm (Monday-Friday) , Office hours 9am – 3pm (Monday – Friday)

The page was last updated on 9 May 2022

Accessibility

Asylum seekers and refugees living in Swindon are able to access The Harbour Project. 

Service summary

The Harbour Project drop in is currently running by appointments, this is open from 10am-2pm (Monday-Friday). We are able to provide help and advice to asylum seekers and refugees.

We run weekday English classes taught by a pool of qualified English tutors. Classes cater to varied levels of English and 121 sessions are available for those who cannot make regular classes due to work and/or college commitments. A mathematician volunteer also runs 121 Maths classes.

At The Harbour Project, we strive to reduce social isolation, improve health and increase self-esteem. We run a weekly women’s group and Harbour Café. These activities allow a safe space for asylum seekers and refugees to share their culture with likeminded people from around the world.

The Steps 2 work initiative helps asylum seekers and refugees learn about the UK work culture including; looking for a job, job requirements, creating a CV, preparing for an interview, punctuality, dress code and hygiene, work do’s and don’ts.

Many of our visitors experience mental health issues that result from their experiences. To provide some support we offer ‘Free from Bad Memories’ free 121 counselling sessions.



Further information

For more information visit our website: The Harbour Project

Client groups

Asylum seekers and refugees living in Swindon.

Main address

St Luke's Hall (behind the church)
Broad Street
Swindon
SN1 2DS