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The Bank Youth Project (BYP)

BYP is a youth centre for all young people aged 9 – 19 who live in and around Ashburton.

Our objective is to engage young people in purposeful activity in a space they can call their own, where they can relax, be creative, have fun, make friends, develop their interests and skills, talk and discuss, increase self awareness, take on responsibility, seek advice and support, increase their understanding of the community around them and their involvement in it.

The youth club programme has varied activities including healthy eating, cooking and safety in the kitchen sessions, debates and discussions, computer skills training, team sports, games, quizzes, arts and crafts activities, multi cultural music evenings and outdoor activities such as rock climbing, walking and canoeing and occasional trips to local and regional attractions including theatres, cinemas and adventure facilities.

In addition there is a confidential information, advice and support service for young people and the involvement of senior members in the running of BYP, some undertaking leadership training to assist with the weekly junior club night.

Contact

Contact Name
Julien Skinner
Contact Position
Lead Youth Worker
Telephone
01364 653330
E-mail
bankyouthproject@yahoo.co.uk
Website
The Bank Youth Project (BYP)

Venue

Address
10, East Street
Ashburton
NEWTON ABBOT
DEVON
Postcode
TQ13 7AA
Facilities
Toilet facilities for people with disabilities
Wheelchair accessible

Further information

Contact provider for costs?
Yes
Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£0.50 Per session
Cost Details
50p per session
Display Date/Time
Open Tuesday - Friday evenings from 6:00-9:00pm
Age range
9 years to 19 years
DBS check?
(formerly CRB)
Yes
Additional needs details
Trained youth workers are able to offer support for members with physical, emotional, behavioural and other special needs.
General information

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday for 11-19 years olds and Wednesday for 9-11 years olds.

Last updated: 04/06/2018
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