GO4 Enterprises helps unemployed people in Essex access volunteering & work experience opportunities, accredited training and employment. We particularly work with individuals who face significant challenges in life and by buying from our Market Cafe you help us provide them with extra support to achieve their dreams. Contact us for info on other  ways you can support us in our work.

GO4 Market Cafe, Holy Trinity Church

Fresh cake, coffee and food served in a relaxed atmosphere, alongside our warm and welcoming market stalls and traders. Open Monday to Fridays, from 9:30 – 16:00; Saturdays from 9:30 – 16:30, Sunday 10:30-15:30.

You will find us in Trinity Church, Trinity Street in the heart of Colchester. We are opposite the main library and so easy to find. Trinity Street is one of the most historic parts of Colchester. GO4 is part of the Trinity Traders, promoting all the shops, businesses and history along the historic Trinity Street in Colchester.

We also have a cafe on the Recreation Ground in Old Heath. For more info on its location and opening times visit its page here.

Our Vision: 

No more NEETs.

Mission:

To create volunteering, work experience, training and employment opportunities for unemployed people whilst providing quality support and help to increase their skills, employability and well-being.

Values:

• We believe in people
• We believe people have the right to live their lives to their full potential
• We believe everyone has the right to training and employment that provides them with the opportunities for personal and social development, as well as their economic well-being
• We believe in quality services that benefit the community as a whole whilst protecting the environment

Latest News

GO4 featured on BBC Look East

BBC Look East News featured GO4 in an item looking at homeless in the region. There was a brief interview with Pete Hope (Director) and the piece is available via the BBC iPlayer here. You can find the part about GO4 at the 14 minutes 30 secs...

read more

“Music is the universal language of mankind.” (Longfellow). So it's always good to have music and song to bring a little cheer to GO4 Market Cafe. Today, as well as James Benardout, we had the delightful singing and playing of Newtown Ukes to entertain...

read more

Pin It on Pinterest