We want all of our young people to become the best possible version of themselves so we equip them with the tools they need to thrive in a fun, engaging and relevant way.
Each of our youth clubs offer a safe and creative place where we can have informative conversations about mental health, drugs & alcohol, sex, crime, racism, money, employment, education, social media, and world issues… to name a few! There are also opportunities for young people to have one to ones with our team if they want to talk about things they are struggling with.
We currently a youth club in Broadclyst, which includes activities such as: cooking, baking, crafts, arts, sports and residentials throughout the year. Each of the activities help young people build their confidence, learn new skills such as budgeting, work in teams and make new friends.
Every week, the youth clubs are on at the following times:
Wednesday: Broadclyst Pavillions
- 1st group 6.30pm to 8pm for 9 – 13 year old’s (years 5 – 8)
- 2nd group 8pm to 8.30pm for 14-17 year old’s (years 9-13)
Earlier this year we took park in a workshop run by the National Environmental Research Council (NERC), The Met Office and Double Elephant Print Workshop. During this workshop young people explored areas of climate change and how it affects the world around them. Then with the help of Double Elephant, young people were taught how to make a short animation about climate change using print methods.
This workshop, and many other activities during 2018 have been funded by the National Lottery Awards for All. We are hugely appreciative of their financial support.