Yateley Industries was founded in 1937 by Jessie Brown who had a vision; to give people with disabilities as much independence as possible. Today Yateley Industries continues Jessie’s legacy and now, with a dedicated team of staff, encourages each individual to fulfil their potential, both at home and work.
Offering on-site accessible accommodation Yateley Industries provides supported care alongside meaningful employment and training in our supported workshop.
We are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer and our Social Enterprise Disability Employment mark provides assurance that Yateley Industries is recognised as a provider of employment in a supported environment suitable for people with disabilities.
Yateley Industries are registered with the Fundraising Regulator and we are committed to fundraising in line with the Code of Fundraising Practice and ensuring that our fundraising is open, honest and legal and respectful.
WHAT WE DO
Living at Yateley
At Yateley, we can provide accommodation for disabled adults. There is a variety of residential housing units available and some of our residents have been living with us for over 30 years. You can either contact us directly or via a Social Worker to find out more about living at Yateley.
Working at Yateley
Our factory at Yateley provides a safe and friendly environment where adults with disabilities can work and be part of a team. We value all our employees and provide support and encouragement for people to reach their potential at work.
Our workshop at Yateley has specialised packing and cutting machines and we can provide shrink wrapping, packaging or light assembly services. Some of our projects have included bottling glue, packing hair products, assembling small motor parts or lighting components, labelling CDs and mailshots.
We can help adults with disabilities or health conditions to find work. We have a specialist team who can work with employers and clients to provide support for their individual needs. Clients must meet the criteria for eligibility to access the scheme.
Our charity shop is based on the High Street at Hartley Witney, all profits go to Yateley Industries. We welcome donations of clothes and household items, including books and games. Come along and shop or chat with us about volunteering opportunities.
Our Community Pantry is available to anyone who needs support with their weekly grocery shop. No referral is needed to become a member and pay a small weekly fee to receive at least 10 items of groceries, including fresh fruit and vegetables and some household items. The pantry is stocked by donations from local supermarkets and staffed by volunteers.
More About Yateley
We need your help now more than ever to provide the services needed to support adults with disabilities. The last few years have presented many challenges and whether it’s corporate or individual support and every penny helps us to achieve our aims.
Yateley Industries has a small, dedicated team who can assist our residents and staff with their needs to ensure a safe and friendly environment to work and live in.
Crowthorne Train Station is a short drive from Yateley.
MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR
Chair of Trustees
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