Thorn House, Edinburgh
Purchased in February 2007, Thorn House is located on Rose Street, one of the most beautiful pedestrian streets in Edinburgh – home to numerous shops and markets and close to some of the city’s best parks.
Formerly owned by the locally famous Jenners Department store, the centre takes up the second, third and fourth floors of a striking red sandstone Victorian building above retail space that is shared by the popular record store Fopp and the Abbotsford pub.
Just five minutes walk from Waverly railway station, the centre is open 24/7 and offers full kitchen facilities, supported IT and telephone systems and bright and sunny office and meeting space with wooden floors recycled from the gymnasium of a local high school.
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Tenant focus...Action on Depression/Edinburgh
Action on Depression is the only national Scottish organisation working with and for people affected by depression. We are a user-influenced organisation committed to providing support, raising awareness of depression and treatment options, and reducing the stigma that still surrounds the condition.
Our recent move to the Thorn House office has placed us centrally within a creative and forward-thinking environment, allowing our profile to grow and our business network to expand at an improved pace.
For more information, call 0131 243 2786
or visit www.actionondepression.org
WDM campaigns against the root causes of poverty and inequality. We are a democratically-governed movement made up of local campaign groups based in towns and cities around the UK. We co-ordinate hard-hitting campaigns that challenge the powerful and seek to bring about economic justice for the world’s poor majority.
WDM staff in Scotland are based at Thorn House. Being a small team, we benefit from the sociable nature of the shared office, the chance to network with other NGOs and share equipment. Thorn House’s central location has been particularly helpful when arranging external meetings.
For more information visit www.wdm.org.uk
or follow us @wdmscotland