It’s been 6 months since we returned to Monk Bretton and it definitely hasn’t been 6 months wasted. Thanks to the Big Lottery Reaching Communities programme, we’ve hosted activities like Build a Bike & bike riding with Reverse The Cycle as well as plenty of activities during our summer gala including an assault course, sumo wrestling and … Continue reading Winter is Coming; Bored & Cold? Get Involved!
If you keep up with us on our Facebook page then you’ll know we recently secured over £100,000 to work with young people in Monk Bretton, Barnsley, through the Big Lottery Fund. For those of who didn’t know, now you do as the Barnsley Chronicle recently wrote a news story highlighting this brilliant news! After … Continue reading TYA hits the streets in Monk Bretton
So after my début to the world of running 10,000 metres for charity at the Leeds Abby Dash in 2013 I have picked my next target; The Harewood 10K. Although, this time around I’m determined to finish even faster and raise even more money! So I’ve decided that I’m going to share my journey … Continue reading 20,000 Metres and Counting
Winter is com– I mean; Friday is coming! Which means it’s Newsday Tuesday time. Usually I’d do these in a video format but I’m tight for time this week guys; sad face. It’s only a brief one today, just going to give you a quick update about the Young Inspectors project and where we’re at. … Continue reading Newsday Tuesday
Since meeting the staff at The Youth Association (TYA) back in 2010 I have been involved in several projects. From the Choose Youth Rally to volunteering in Barnsley TYA has certainly developed me as a person, increasing and boosting my confidence and helping me get involved actively in various projects. Back in September 2010 when … Continue reading How has The Youth Association helped me?
Sunday; what a day. Never mind the 10,000 meter dash I had to run, the dash to get to the start line on time was stressful enough! That being said I loved every waking moment. After snoozing my alarm the traditional 6 times I dragged myself out of bed and pulled on my kit before … Continue reading 10,000 meters later…