As part of Wallsend Boys Club young volunteers programme, Our young volunteers work together as a group to plan social action, this involves helping out in their local community. Last summer they done a variety of things from volunteering in Richardson Dees park, hosting activities at the discovery museum to hosting their own free coffee morning.
Exciting opportunities to join the youth provision team at Wallsend Boys Club. Delivering diversionary activities to Young People across North Tyneside, Wallsend Boys Club offers free satellite clubs, outreach services, school activities and confidential support to young people aged 10 – 25 years. We are currently expanding our delivery and are looking to increase our pool of sessional workers. Therefore we are looking for enthusiastic, creative and motivated sessional workers who have experience of working with young people within an informal setting. (e.g. youth work, sports coaching, children’s services). Applicants need to be enthusiastic, flexible and able to motivate young... Read More
Wallsend Boys Club youth provision, youth focus and Age uk came together as a group to take part in an inter-generational project, this involved planning, organising and delivering an event around well being. The event took place in Richardson Dees Park and was a huge success, over 600 people took part in the event,
North East music legend Sting has put his hand in his own pocket to help fund Wallsend Boys Club. Sting lived in Station Road, which in those times also housed Wallsend Boys Club. Born the son of a Wallsend milkman and hairdresser, he was a bright kid with a natural love of sport. http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/sting-putting-something-back-hometown-8886544