Other ways to help

It is always helpful for us if you let us know what you think of our services. We want to do more of what we do well but we also understand sometimes we may get things wrong.

Compliments are always well received and act as a huge encouragement to us all, but if you think there’s room for improvement please let us know that too – we want to get better all the time!

You may contact us here.

Social Enterprises

By visiting and using our diverse range of social enterprises, which offer training, work experience and employment opportunities to people with autism, you will be supporting our work in a very practical way and telling friends and family about these unique projects means that the word will spread even further. 

Where they are and what they do

MeCycle logo

Why not visit our bike recycling project MeCycle in Seaforth, Liverpool if you would like to donate a bike or for all of your biking needs – including maintenance, repairs and the purchase of new or reconditioned bikes.  Towards the end of September you will also be able to visit our fantastic  new cycle café right opposite the train station  in Ainsdale.  We will be selling refurbished and new bikes, together with a selection of bike accessories and a great range of clothing.  You will even be able to grab a proper coffee and a healthy sandwich too!

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a great little place logo

In Southport A Great Little Place won best coffee shop category in the Southport Food and Drink Festival 2011 and in 2013 scooped 2 Southport Ambassador Awards – Best Coffee Shop and Team of the Year.  Why not drop and see for yourself why we won and why we have also been awarded the Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor.  You can also buy affordable but unique, locally sourced hand made jewellery and artwork, wherever possible created by people with autism, try us for that special gift for the person who has everything.

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a great little place to go iconIn Southport a great little place to go is our newest social enterprise. Serving fresh locally sourced and homemade food, drinks and best of all, luxury ice creams.

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The hermitage logo

In Edinburgh we have two social enterprises. The Hermitage is set in 22 acres of the beautiful Braid Hills area. It is a haven of peace and tranquility boasting a 12 hole golf course, a club house with a large café area, a dance studio and therapy room.

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WeGrowCo logo

Our social enterprise WeGrow is ‘growing’ fast, with new customers being added to the produce delivery schedule every month. The service, based at Radnor Drive in Southport, is now open to the public 6 days a week, Monday to Friday 10-3 and Saturdays 10-1, selling wonderful fresh fruit and vegetables  grown on site, and specially chosen local items including eggs and cheese.

If you would like to arrange a vegetable delivery from WeGrow, please contact Jon Gordon on 0151 3309500, or Cathy Buck on 01704 212 763.

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Some of our talented students at Peterhouse FE College have developed a printing/design company Printers Ink. They can produce your leaflets, fliers, business cards and much more. They can also turn your photograhs into beautiful canvasses – a perfect gift. You can contact Printers Ink here

Printers Ink