Hull City Council has launched a Hull Helpline (01482 300307) to support vulnerable residents impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. The helpline has been set up for those who may have no other means of support and who may need help to access essential items and services including food, health and wellbeing and financial advice. It […]
We have two vacancies currently at Giroscope. We are looking to hire a Social and Local Enterprise Development Coordinator and a Youth Support Worker. You can find more details of both opportunities here
Thanks to a grant from Good Things Foundation you can improve your digital skills at Giroscope! We are running FREE supervised sessions in our training room where you can improve your CV, do job searching, learn how to use emails, discover spreadsheets and a host of other digital skills. You can learn at your pace and […]
In the bleak midwinter take a look at the Community Garden filmed over three months last summer!
Thanks to grants from War Memorials Trust and The Worshipful Company of Glaziers, the wonderful artistry of Barley Studio and the skills of Master Stonemason Andrew Gommersall, the First World War Memorial Window at the former St. Matthew’s church has finally returned, conserved and restored to its former glory!
We have made a short film which looks at the Giroscope Projects outside of housing. We look at the Gardening Project, the Bicycle Project, the Furniture Project, the St. Matthew’s Project, and the I.T. Project explaining a little more about why we do them and the benefits they bring to the volunteers that work on […]
Thanks to a grant from The National Lottery Community Fund work is nearing completion on our community kitchen in Coltman St. This grant will allow tenants and volunteers to learn about cooking on a budget, planning menus and food preparation and safety under the expert guidance of a local artisan baker. But more importantly we can […]
Thanks to grants from War Memorials Trust and The Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass work has begun on the conservation and restoration of the First World War Memorial Window of the former St. Matthew’s church which Giroscope purchased late last year. The work is being carried out at the renowned Barley Studio […]
We are pleased to announce that as of today, 31st October 2018, Giroscope are now the owners of the former St Matthew’s church on Boulevard. We have lots of plans for this iconic local building and look forward to sharing them in the coming months with the local community.
Please take a look at the transformations our building staff, working alongside our fantastic volunteers, bring to our properties in west Hull – click here to see some photographs that speak volumes about the skills they bring!