Children's charity gets a boost in the form of a new office in the centre of Swindon.

Swindon’s latest new serviced office provider Fig Offices has generously donated new office space at its 3 Newbridge Square centre to the Jessie May Trust, which is the Mayor of Swindon’s charity this year.

The charity which celebrates its 21st birthday this year is set to move its specialist Jessie May nurses in this week. They will enjoy a new office as one of the centre’s 50 individual spaces, which are split over two newly refurbished floors in the eight-storey building formerly known as Tri Centre 3. In all, Fig is providing 16,000 sq ft of modern serviced office space to the Swindon market.

Kristina Granat, Fig’s Swindon Centre Manager, said: “When we opened for business this autumn we wanted to do something tangible for a deserving local charity and found that the Jessie May Trust needed some central office space. We had heard of their reputation as a much-loved local Children’s Hospice at Home and so thought we could well donate a new home for them to operate from, helping them to concentrate on their fundraising activities.

“We are all really delighted to welcome them as the first of many new occupiers at our Fig Swindon centre.”

Debbie Clark of the Jessie May Trust said: “This is a great move for us thanks to Mayor Maureen Penny who helped us to secure such amazing office space. We also cannot thank Kristina and her team enough for their help and support throughout. To be in the heart of Swindon makes a huge difference to us and the ability to really be part of the town’s business and professional community who also support us too.”

Fig Offices selected Swindon for its first Serviced Office Centre in a new business venture with FI Real Estate Management who manage 3 Newbridge Square, one of Swindon’s best-known office addresses.