More Time Social Enterprise

More Time is a not-for-profit enterprise, creating jobs, work placements and volunteering opportunities

ore Time social enterprise 

Our business, More Time UK Ltd is a wholly owned trading subsidiary of DISC. As a not-for-profit social enterprise, More Time has community-orientated key objectives. We want to develop initiatives to create employment, job placements, apprenticeships and volunteer pathways for DISC service users and others.

See our More Time social enterprise case studies here.

Working across the North East, and Yorkshire and Humber, More Time provides wide a range of opportunities for staff and volunteers to develop the required skills, undertake real work experience placements and achieve qualifications

More Time provides volunteer and training programmes across its services for a range of people requiring extra support to move closer towards the labour market.

Our services

More Time UK Ltd services include

  • Repairs, maintenance and refurbishments works to properties in-conjunction with DISC Housing.
  • Range of commercial and domestic cleaning services.
  • Our professional cleaning teams have built a first class reputation with national construction companies including Wates and property agencies.

More Time operates in locations across Northern England. Sectors include building repair and maintenance, commercial and domestic cleaning, retail and catering.

More Time Furniture Scheme and Community Cafe

  • Furniture scheme – We collect unwanted furniture which is then refurbished and re-sold at affordable prices
  • Community Cafe – offers freshly made food at low cost in a friendly environment, we also provide outside catering
  • In the last year we have worked with over 48 volunteers providing training and work placements
  • We have created employment for 5 of our volunteers.

See our More Time Online site. See our BRiCWorks site in Hull.

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