Destination… Barnsley


A group of young people from The Youth Association played a big part in making last Sunday’s Destination Barnsley festival a fantastic success. The group were a mixture of young people from British, Roma and Latvian backgrounds from Central and North East Barnsley, who had chosen to come together to take part in the event … Continue reading Destination… Barnsley

Snowdon. Done.


Last Saturday, a group of young people from Barnsley representing different cultures and backgrounds, achieved their challenge to climb the highest mountain in England and Wales. Despite the soaring temperature, the young people from our Lundwood and Belonging in Barnsley groups kept their cool and made it to the top. After a year of planning, … Continue reading Snowdon. Done.

Shay’s ready for Snowdon


In two weeks young people from across Barnsley will be climbing Mount Snowdon in a group that represents many different ethnic and cultural backgrounds. This challenge has seen months of preparation, with TYA providing sessions and residentials aimed at social mixing, meeting new people and making new friends, as well as preparing the group for … Continue reading Shay’s ready for Snowdon

Midway through our Big Lottery grant in Barnsley


Adopt the Outdoors in its final year Our street-based youth work project – Adopt the Outdoors – has had a successful second year in the Monk Bretton Ward. Our youth workers have been continually on the streets throughout the year and have worked with 228 young people! Street-based workshops and activities are taking place in … Continue reading Midway through our Big Lottery grant in Barnsley