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We were so pleased to be visited by the High Sheriff of Surrey, Dr.Julie Llewelyn, on Tuesday 16th November when we were awarded a certificate in recognition of great and valuable services to the community that Mascot has been providing since 2014. It was a pleasure for staff, trustees and volunteers to meet the High Sheriff and speak about the work that is being done for the communities of Maybury and Sheerwater.


Annemarie from @rfmentalhealth is @MascotHubWoking on Tuesday mornings helping give employment advice. This group is specifically to support those who have mental health challenges and runs every Tuesday from 9.30am to 1.00pm Visit www.mascotwoking.org.uk.


We are running volunteer led general career support sessions for those needing help to look for work, edit  or prepare C.V's, advice and job applications. These sessions are currently running on Wednesdays from 10.00am to 2.00pm. No appointment needed but booking a time will help us make sure we have enough time to help you.

At the moment we have no limit to numbers visiting but will monitor how many people are in and may ask you to wait outside if necessary.

It is always worth contacting us first before you plan to visit. Spare masks and sanitizer is available.





or by calling 01932 988160

Tuesday – Thursday

9.30 am – 4.30 pm

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"Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn"

"Treat a person as they appear to be and you make them worse. But treat a person as if they already were what they potentially could be, and you make them what they should be"

Mascot is a joint initiative  between St.Pauls Church, Maybury  and  St.Michael's  Church,  Sheerwater.

The Maybury and Sheerwater Community Trust are very grateful for the support of Woking Borough Council