New offices and a new look for Active Prospects

Active Prospects moved to its new Reigate home on Friday 18th May from our previous base in Horley.

The bright modern offices at 1 Castlefield Court, Church Street, Reigate provide an accessible, vibrant and welcoming environment for staff, visitors and those supported by us. There is space to launch a stimulating programme of activity sessions; mini enterprises; room for the growing staff team; and an in-house training facility for the charity’s care and support staff.

Active Prospects chose to relocate to Reigate as it is central to our East Surrey residential care and supported living services, with good public transport routes and convenient parking.  Being in the heart of Reigate will also facilitate the development of collaborative partnerships with local businesses, colleges, statutory and voluntary organisations.

As well as new offices, we have also launched an updated brand.  The colourful and contemporary logo design better reflects our creative and innovative approach and represents that people we support are at the heart of what we do.

Maria Mills, CEO says: “We’ve been on a transformative journey over recent years and the time is right for a new head office environment and an updated image to embrace and embody the organisation we have become. Our core values remain the same, as does our mission to enable people to live full and aspiring lives”.

Active Prospects Charity Shop remains in Horley where it is firmly established as a successful social enterprise, offering people with learning disabilities and mental health needs, the opportunity to gain retail and employability skills to help them on a pathway to employment.

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