In the current difficult situation with Coronavirus, our main concern is the safety and wellbeing of our clients and staff.

Following the advice of the government we have reluctantly decided to close our office temporarily in order to reduce the spread of the coronavirus as far as possible.

All of our offices will be closed to the public from 4pm on March 19th until further notice.

You can still contact us through the contact form on this website - or direct to a member of staff if you have their email address.

If we are currently working with you, your advisor will be in contact to let you know how we will stay in contact.

We will keep monitoring the situation and will open again as soon as it is sensible to do so.

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Working with local people
and local businesses to help
build prosperous, safe and
attractive neighbourhoods.

History

Established in 1996, Probe is a not for profit organisation operating as a social enterprise.

Probe is located in the heart of the community and has over 20 years’ experience in dealing with a wide number of issues, including those of social exclusion and unemployment. Probe has built a strong reputation as an organisation well placed and equipped to engage constructively with local people and groups through a well-developed network of provision and expertise.

Our experience has encompassed significant programmes related to: supporting people into employment, including intermediate labour markets (ILMs); developing and running services for young people; transforming derelict historic buildings into high quality affordable homes; improving community safety through extensive home security activities targeted at vulnerable and at risk residents; initiatives relating to the environment, growing your own and local food; a whole range of training relating to improving life and key skills.