Congratulations to all nominees and winners at Leeds Child friendly awards 2020! A special well done to our very-own Ollie and Darren from Halton in Leeds for being shortlisted for the … Continue reading Leeds Child Friendly Awards 2020
Hexthorpe celebrating another year of great work
The Youth Association was proud to host the second Hexthorpe Community Awards event, which, following last year, had another great turn out of over 100 people. Throughout November, over 100 … Continue reading Hexthorpe celebrating another year of great work
Last week, Community Ambassadors from the newly-formed girls’ project in Killingbeck visited Leeds City College’s ‘Media Make-up’ department. The young women had previously shared their love of make up with … Continue reading Model behaviour
“You’re Not A Loan”
Last year we were lucky enough to secure funding from the Lowell Giving Community Fund to deliver information sessions to young adults about the possible and probable dangers posed by … Continue reading “You’re Not A Loan”
Ambassadors step up to the plate
Two of The Youth Association’s young Ambassadors are seeking to secure the charity a grant from one of our corporate partners. Lorelli Greenwood (16) and Emily Hall (16), from Barnsley, … Continue reading Ambassadors step up to the plate
Eat on the Street
With support from Leeds Community Foundation’s Healthy Holidays programme and FareShare Yorkshire, our team has been hitting the streets of Leeds throughout the summer, with our Eat on the Street … Continue reading Eat on the Street
Winter is Coming; Bored & Cold? Get Involved!
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 … Continue reading Winter is Coming; Bored & Cold? Get Involved!
TYA hits the streets in Monk Bretton
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 … Continue reading TYA hits the streets in Monk Bretton
Andy’s Pennine Challenge
Our Chief Executive is making last-minute preparations to take on his biggest physical challenge yet and to raise vital funds for The Youth Association. Andy is aiming to walk the … Continue reading Andy’s Pennine Challenge
As part of our detached youth work programme in Monk Bretton, 8 local young people have learned to Ski. The darker winter nights mean that fewer young people are socializing outdoors, … Continue reading Snow wonder!