Where it is, who is here?

Jubilee House, at the top of Madeley High Street has had a number of uses over the years. Originally built as a market, it has since housed several shops and businesses including the Arcade Press and the Jubilee Nut and Bolt Works. By the 1980’s the building was vacant and fell into disrepair, at which point it was purchased by the Parish Council. Only the frontage of the original building remains. The modern interior has been sensitively incorporated into the original structure and features a number of specially commissioned and local art works on the theme of ‘time and passing time’

The Town Council offices are within Jubilee House. Other tenants are: –

MWS Credit Union Logo

MWS Credit Union

A community bank offering saving facilities and affordable loans. For more information about Credit Unions go to www.abcul.org/.  To contact the MWS Office at Jubilee House ring (01952) 408111 – opening times are Mon/Tue – 10am-1pm, Wed/Thur – closed, Fri – 10am-1.30pm & Sat currently closed.


Primary Wellbeing Service NHS

The Primary Care Wellbeing Service

A free NHS Service, providing a range of recommended therapies for common mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression. We are made up of a range of specially trained Mental Health Practitioners, and we offer information, guidance and talking therapies in a variety of different formats.

Who Is Our Service For?

Anyone aged over 16 years old registered with a GP in Telford and Wrekin who may be experiencing:

Anxiety                                                PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)

Depression                                         Phobia

Panic                                                   OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

Social Anxiety                                    Postnatal Depression Health Anxiety

How We Can Help

 The support on offer will focus on helping you move forward and will concentrate on steps that you can take yourself to tackle your difficulties.  This can include many different options, including online supported programmes and one-to-one interventions. We can also signpost you to other services in the area that may be useful to you.

Your first contact with the team is likely to be over the telephone with an administrator. They will take your contact details and arrange an appointment for you with a Mental Health Practitioner, who will talk to you about your current difficulties.

To refer either see the details on one of our leaflets HERE, or pick one up in the reception area at Jubilee House or call 01952 457415