Tuesdays 7 - 9pm
A session where you can take part in Police cadets. Be a Cadet. Be inspired to develop yourself and others. Enjoy learning new skills and doing something exciting and worthwhile volunteering with the police. Ages 13 - 18.
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The Duke of Edinburgh's Award
Mondays 7pm - 9pm
Fortnightly sessions where you can take part in The Duke of Edinburgh's Award. It is an exciting programme for young people aged between 14 and 25.
Mondays fortnightly 4 - 5.30pm
Being a volunteer gives you the chance to do something new and make a positive contribution to your community and it doesn’t have to take up a lot of your time. Volunteering allows more people to access projects and activities and there’s also lots of benefits to you:
- Make new friends
- Learn new skills
- Have an edge when competing for jobs or college places
- Reduce stress, anxiety and depression
- Build confidence and self-esteem
- Gives you a sense of purpose
- Gain certificates for your volunteering hours
- Can make you happier – really? Yes! A study in America showed that the more volunteering people did, the happier they were!
Find out more about becoming a young volunteer by contacting Jade.email@example.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mondays and Tuesdays 9am - 12:30pm
A session run collaboratively between the CCB team and the targeted team, working with the North East Essex Co-operative Academy to provide support to their students that need some extra support with learning, but outside of the typical classroom setting. Please contact Jo.email@example.com if you would like more information about this.
Leaving and After Care
Thursdays 12 to 2pm Run by Teenage and Young Adults
To find out more contact Stephanie Doherty at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07809 105108.
Monday 4 - 6pm
Tuesday 3.30 - 5.30pm
Friday 3 - 6pm
Learn parkour, freerunning & acrobatics from some of the most experienced coaches and performers in the world!
To find out more contact Brad Wendes 01376 337315 or email@example.com
Wednesday 5 - 7pm fortnightly
As a member of the YEA you will have the opportunity to be heard by members of Essex County Council, local and national organisations as well as other youth groups. The YEA work hard to improve the lives of young people in Essex and make important decisions on their behalf. All YEA Members represent young people within their communities and engage with those young people to ensure they have their voices heard and represent them fully.
The members of the Young Essex Assembly meet once every month, we call these meetings 'sittings'. You will also be a part of an area group working on local issues. Each member is asked to take part in another group, which focuses on current work the YEA is undertaking. These are called 'Sub-Groups'.
YEA members meet fortnightly in their local areas to work on local issues.
All sittings are held within the County and will often take place on a Saturday or on a day during the school holidays. Smaller meetings, which involve the sub-groups, usually take place during an evening mid-week. Each Sub-Group will feed back to the main Assembly.
For more information, visit www.young-essex-assembly.org.uk
Or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Home Ed Teen meet
Fridays 12 - 2pm
This is a group for home educated young people to socialise and meet new people. Please get in contact if you are interested in attending, or volunteering - we are in need of some volunteers for this club especially.
Starting a new club
Thinking of starting a new club? Got ideas about what the community needs? We may be able to help!
For any enquiries about Harwich or Highwoods please contact Paul.email@example.com.
For the Clacton area contact Nikki.firstname.lastname@example.org.
And for any other Colchester or Stanway queries please contact Ben.email@example.com.
39-42 East Stockwell Street