Tel: 03330 135 438

Mon - Fri: 8:00 - 15:30

Sat - Sun: Closed

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ECL Café - Harlow is situated within Goodman House, near Harlow railway station.

About us

ECL Cafe - Harlow is based within Goodman House near Harlow railway station. ECL Cafe - Harlow provides catering and hospitality services to the staff working within this office environment.

The cafe is open five days a week, providing a large variety of snacks and refreshments, as well as a hearty lunch menu. The cafe also offers a coffee bar service offering fresh Fairtrade tea and coffee, sandwiches and homemade cakes.

The mission at ECL Cafe, Harlow is to bring about change by working to enable individuals to become valued members of their local community and to gain recognition for their skills and talents. This is achieved by supporting trainees to take greater control of their lives, to access their local communities and to gain employment.

ECL Cafe - Harlow is an inspiring workplace that gives practical bite-sized training in food preparation and hospitality. The dedicated staff team offer hands-on training and advice on reaching each individuals goals.


Prices will depend on the length of your session(s) and the level of support you need. As an example a full day with one of our services would typically start at around £58. Please note that you will be assessed on the levels of support you need.

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Station Approach
Goodmans House
CM20 2ET


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Case Studies



Anna O’Connor, 27, started work-experience with Mitie last July and after eight weeks, she was offered an apprenticeship in the post room.

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Since Imogen started work-based training at ECL’s Saffron Walden Wellbeing Hub, her dad Gerard has noticed her confidence has grown, and that she has gained independence in relation to everyday life.

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When ECL customer Kelly Manners, 44, expressed that it was her life-long ambition to work in an office, the team at ECL Highfields offered her a clerical work experience placement.

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