Image shows our new location and address Park view court, St Pauls Road Shipley BD18 3DZ

We’re moving out of Farfield Road for a little while…

The Cellar Trust is moving to another location in Shipley while some renovations are carried out at Farfield Road.

Shipley was identified as one of 101 towns in England to benefit from up to £25m investment. The significant investment in intended to deliver improvements to our town centre and provide jobs and training opportunities, as well as wider cultural and social benefits for the town.

In 2020 we worked with HALE to submit an application for some of the funding to create a Health and Well-being Community Campus. The funding was granted to The Cellar Trust and HALE remain involved as a key strategic partner.

We searched for a suitable site within Shipley, and it was finally agreed that the Farfield Road site/building was best placed to offer a home for the campus. In September 2023 we signed an agreement allocating us £2.85M to renovate and develop the site.

We love our home on Farfield Road but it is an old school building and definitely needed bringing up to date. We have done lots of public engagement to understand what people would like the new Health and Wellbeing Hub to be like which has included having more services under one roof, more green space, a more accessible building which is easier to navigate and more open space for people to informally meet.

If you have sessions or appointments with The Cellar Trust or Bradford District NHS Foundation Trust (BDCFT) NHS Talking Therapies  which would have usually been at our Farfield Road, Shipley site, from 11th March 2024, your session will be take place at Unit 12 Park View Court, Shipley, BD18 3DZ.

It’s only a short distance away near Shipley Swimming Pool and Asda and is based alongside other local charities Carer’s Resource and All Stars. Take a look at the Getting there section if you’re not familiar with our new location.


60A – From Keighley Bus Station, Bingley Main Street to Shipley Market Square

A3 Otley bus – From Bradford Interchange to Shipley Market Square

622/626 Bradford – Manningham Lane – Shipley

656 Bradford – Shipley

650 Bradford – Five Lane Ends – Idle – West Royd – Shipley –


Trains run regularly on the Skipton line to Shipley from Bradford Forster Square and Skipton train stations.

By Car

All our designated parking spaces will be clearly signposted and are free to park in. We have disabled parking spaces close to the entrance of our building for easy access.


If all of our parking spaces are full, please do not use other tenants spaces, instead, please find alternative parking off site.


Alternative parking can be found at:

Shipley Pool, charges apply Monday to Saturday 8am to 6pm, chargeable at 70p per hour

On-street parking can be found in and around the local area, please  note any areas reserved for permit holders only and that have time-limited parking.

ASDA offers free parking (for customers) for up to two hours.

On Foot

From Shipley Market Square – 10 minutes

Walk towards and turn left onto Bank St, then turn left onto Kirkgate. Then turn left onto St Paul’s Rd and after Shipley Swimming Pool turn left onto Iver Way. Park View Court is on your right and you will see signage for The Cellar Trust.

From Shipley Train Station – 15 minutes

From Shipley Station car park turn left onto Stead Street and left again onto Otley Street. Turn right onto Kirkgate turn left onto St Paul’s Rd and after Shipley Swimming Pool turn left onto Iver Way. Park View Court is on your right and you will see signage for The Cellar Trust.

Once you turn into Parkview court Unit 12 is on your left and in the corner unit.

Walking from Market Square

Walking from Shipley Train Station

Please be assured, you will have the same support worker. Most of our staff from Farfield Road will be moving too so you may recognise some friendly and familiar faces.

Our premises at Park View Court offers an accessible and welcoming reception area and safe and confidential rooms for your sessions with us.

If you have any worries or questions please contact your support worker directly or contact reception and we will be happy to help.

Building work will begin in early summer of 2024 and we hope to be back in the building at some point in 2025. This will be a brilliant refurbished new space hosting a range of different Cellar Trust, NHS and other charity services as well as having lots of lovely green outdoor space for people to enjoy.

If you would like to find out more we will keep our website regularly updated on developments and we will be hosting an open meeting on 4th March, 2pm-6pm, at Farfield Road, in our annex building.

Architectural drawing of the new Health and Well-being community campus when complete