Halcon Link Centre

Taunton Vale Rotary is working with the Taunton East Development Trust.

Taunton East Development Trust has been working with Taunton Vale Rotary Club and other local stakeholders to provide new and improved premises for the drop in and advice centre which was formally opened by local M.P. Rebecca Pow. 

Speaking at the ceremony she said she was delighted by the way the Development Trust works alongside other statutory and voluntary groups to provide a wide variety of social and health services to the six thousand residents of the Halcon, Lane and Leycroft estates. “It’s an indication that Taunton is a caring town,” she said.

The Link Centre has already shown that it can provide a supportive, non-judgemental “safe haven” for individuals and also help to reduce isolation and vulnerability, particularly amongst those with mental health issues and the elderly.

The new building provides office space for both the advice centre and Link Power.  The Link Power scheme helps people develop self-respect and confidence as well as providing opportunities for them to acquire life and work skills.

Chairman of the East Taunton Development Trust, Paul Hughes, paid tribute to the large number of individuals and groups that have come together to make the new centre a reality. 

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Plaque at the centre

Link Opening Photos

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