Opened in 1963, we are a registered charity in Watford achieving great results.

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Watch how we help disabled people gain valuable life and work skills.

How does the Workshop make a difference?

We help disabled and disadvantaged people gain workplace skills, develop social contacts, increase their self confidence, learn how to work with other people; giving them a sense of purpose and dignity.

Volunteers, sponsors and donors greatly value their involvement in our work, either at a personal level or as an important part of Corporate Social Responsibility programmes.

As disabled people become stronger members of society, they lead more fulfilling lives and are involved in local initiatives such as Dragon’s Apprentice Challenge 2013.

Client companies benefit from our trained workforce, competitive pricing and quality assurance; and have access to skills and seasonal labour to support their expansion.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide disabled people with Work Experience, Skills Training and Employment.  We help them to achieve greater independence, become more integrated into the community and where possible move them on to mainstream employment.

We have been using the services of Watford Workshop since about 2007 to repackage needles and syringes.  We find them to be fair in price and very efficient. I have recommended their services to another supplier of ours and their feedback was excellent. I would have no hesitation to recommended Watford Workshop to anyone else in need of the services that they provide.

Deborah Grayson

Office Manager, Complete Veterinary Care

Come and meet us!

Watford Workshop hosts regular events throughout the Watford and the surrounding areas. Come on down, we’d love to meet you and show you the amazing work we do!

Next 5 Upcoming Events

06sep1:00 pm4:00 pmWatford Workshop Sponsored Walk