Finchale is an, independent charity providing specialist progression support for people with multiple and complex barriers to employment.
Providing support services for the Armed Forces Families throughout the North East.
Finchale’s Health Training & Work is holistic and integrated to enable progression to employment for those who are excluded and isolated due to multiple disadvantages.
Finchale offers a range of solutions for business including recruitment and training services. Find out how we can work together.
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If you join us you will become part of a diverse, vibrant community of talented staff, motivated to provide the best possible experience for our clients.
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Finchale's Commercial hub offers low cost Office space and Conferencing & Events facilities.
As a newly established not-for-profit company and registered charity, County Durham Sport was ideally looking to relocate to affordable, accessible and serviced offices central to County Durham – and found all of this and much more – at Finchale.
"Prior to and since moving, the team at Finchale have been welcoming, supportive, flexible, friendly and extremely professional. Overall - they deliver a really great support service, as our landlords.”
“One of the advantages of relocating to Finchale has been the on-site access to meeting and conferencing facilities. Having recently co-hosted a regional event with MIND, the national mental health charity, we would certainly recommend Finchale for anything from relatively small meetings to conferences/networking events for up to 200 delegates” With car parking on site, excellent conference administration, on-hand ICT support and affordable, high quality catering, I couldn’t recommend Finchale more highly”
Ian Gardiner – Executive Manager, County Durham Sport
“Finchale provided residential accommodation, full catering and meetings spaces for a party of 17 colleagues from Ireland as part of a three year contract to develop their Children and Young People’s Participation Strategy and promote rights-based practice across the country.