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24 April 2014

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  • 4Youth (formerly Youth Clubs Hampshire & Isle of Wight)
    Whether you are just starting out in your work with young people or are already well established, our support and resources can help you. Training & development Setting up new groups Supporting existing groups Identifying local need DBS checks & vetting Dealing with negative behaviour Activity ideas & resources Safe working practices Recruitment and induction Supervision and mentoring Managing your group Keeping up to date with good practice Dealing with youth work issues Monitoring and evaluating your work Consultation Participation work; involving young people Our services are delivered by our knowledgeable and experienced team and we can tailor our services to meet your needs.
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  • Alresford Youth Association

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  • Basingstoke Gateway Award Project
    Geared to young people (16-25) with learning disability. Integrated youth club based around structure of Gateway Award Scheme (similar to Duke of Edinburgh but for people with learning disability). Leisure activities for youth with disability.
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  • Groundwork South, Solent Area
    We run environmental youth projects. We can also offer volunteers outside work on our community projects. Our scope of work also includes employment programmes, land improvement projects and community consultation. Education & training programme & community cafe.
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  • Hythe Youth Club
    Weekly Youth Club sessions and use of the building for band practice, music practice and social events.
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  • Melrose Christian Fellowship Friday Club
    Friday Club is for all children regardless of race, culture, colour or religions aged between 4 and 16. All are welcome. Tuck-shop, singing, Bible stories, Games, Activities and much more. Friday Club has been running for over 30 years on Popley and is sponsored, in part, by Melrose Christian Fellowship. We believe that children should have their own time and parents should have time out!. First time is free, after that "subs" are 60p per session. Hard up? No problem, we'll help out.
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  • South East Reserve Forces & Cadets Association
    We are an association that deals with representing and maintaining the property of the Territorial Army and Cadets within the counties of Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Kent, Surrey East and West Sussex and Oxfordshire. We also help recruit and administer the Royal Naval Reserve, The Royal Marines Reserve, The Royal Auxiliary Air Force, the Army Cadet Force, the Air Training Corps, the Sea Cadet Corps and the Combined Cadet Force throughout the region.
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  • Stage One Youth Theatre Group (Portsmouth)
    Stage One Youth Group opened in 1980. The group perform musicals to the Portsmouth Community staging two productions per year. The group provides drama and musical appreciation to youngsters. This helps to build personality and establishes self-confidence.
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  • The Carroll Centre
    Youth groups. Hire of facilities to community groups, including PC suite for training sessions. After School Provision. Holiday Playschemes. Sure Start Children's Centre. Under 5 activities. Job club. Community cafe. Now hosts - Stanmore Community Library, Winchester Community Midwives and Action for Children Team
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  • The Garage Youth Centre
    A youth service for young people in the greater Totton area. Facilities include broadband computers, arts area, tuck shop, pool & table tennis. Area for football, baseball and cricket. affiliated to YCHIOW & YOUTH OPTIONS. We organise activities & Events, have a full Health & wellbeing program to include sports development, sexual health services and support and identity and self worth programs. Based in Eling Recreation ground in totton. Open Monday, wednesday and thursday for ages 11 to 19 from 6 to 9.30pm and saturday from 12 to 4pm for ages 9 to 19.
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  • The Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust (Southampton area)
    Currently arranging a series of volunteering sessions on Tuesday’s from January 2012 as part of our PUSHing Down the Barriers Project, which provides young people between the ages of 13-25, with opportunities to learn new skills and get involved in practical conservation tasks. The sessions are entirely free to all users and we are able to provide transport (to and from Southampton, Eastleigh and Totton etc), tools, clothing and training. We currently work with many schools, youth offending teams, social services, youth clubs and faith groups across Hampshire and are keen to engage with as many other young people as possible.
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  • The Handy Trust (Hythe & Dibden Youth Trust)
    Working in partnership we identify the needs and fulfill those needs through one to one and detatched youth and community work. We provide school holiday activities, drugs & alcohol, sexual health and smoking cessation education. We act as appropriate adults, run trips & activities and provide drop-in sessions.
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  • Tower Projects
    A 'drop-in' centre open on most Saturday nights between 7.00 & 9.30pm. Non alcoholic bar, table tennis, table top football, "chill out" room and free play pinball room.
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  • YMCA (Winchester)
    An array of activities based in local Secondary schools including extensive one-to-one work with individuals on the verge of exclusion. Also working with local churches and youth organisations. Substance misuse work. re:fresh youth cafe a hangout space for young people aged 11-19, at St John's House, The Broadway, Winchester.
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  • Youth And Families Matter
    Variety of parenting courses for parents of children aged 0-16 years. Befriending scheme offering practical and emotional support to those in need. Basics Bank offering practical support to those in need through the provision of non-perishable food. Work with vulnerable teenagers, especially via our detached youthwork project 'streetwise'. Support for young people in school through 1 to 1 and group work and2 after school drop-ins.
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