Drop-in Sessions – We are open for any young person to call in we work closely with our young people and focus mainly on their needs. We have pool table, xbox one, table football, arts and crafts, a gym room. we are available during these times for information and advice on any issue a young person may have.
One to One Support – We offer a one to one service for young people given them the chance to talk to a supportive professional about anything that may be worrying them. We work and support our young people the best we can any situations.
Football Sessions – Our football session is run in partnership with emerge and gives young people the opportunity to get active and out in to the community and build new friendship groups.
Girls Group – We offer single sex provision to enable to support them more closely these will meet for 1.5 hours a week of lifes skills including protective behaviours, Anti Bullying, Drug and alcohol advice, cooking lessons as well as social time in our centre.
Lads Group – We offer single sex provision to enable to support them more closely these will meet for 2 hours a week of lifes skills including protective behaviours, Anti Bullying, Drug and alcohol advice, Sport sessions as well as social time in our centre.
Sexual Health – We offer a free and confidential Sexual health advice service to young people over the age of 13 following the fraser guidelines. Ensuring young people remained informed and safe about their health and well-being.
Young Carers Breakfast Club – The Young Carers Breakfast club is run on a Saturday morning providing our young people with a cooked meal and break away from all the stress they have at home. We give them the opportunity to learn how to cook better meals answer any questions they may have on the person’s illness the care for.
LimeLight Performing Arts – Performing arts session was set up to help build and develop the skills of younger children age 5-11. This session enable them become more confidant and have the chance to meet friends from different schools. Every couple of month the young people put together a play and invite their friends and families to come along and watch.