A fantastic and thrilling day out was had by all who went on Friday 29th August to Matfen Hall. Once through the safety talk our group of monkeys took to the tree tops and swung from branch to branch albeit yelling and screaming a bit in the process! They negotiated ladders, pullies, Tarzan swings and zip wires and used every muscle in their bodies to pull themselves along the tree line. The course consisted of five levels, one being the smallest and five the largest and most testing. Starting off on level one everyone was fine, heading across on level... Read More
Sea Fishing with Get Hooked on Fishing August 14th, 21st, and 28th. Spanning the course of 3 weeks on 3 consecutive Thursdays our young people went out to the side of the River Ouesburn, Byker to try their luck at a spot of Sea Fishing. Although the sessions were a lot of fun, they were also quiet educational and they participants learnt a lot. The weather began on the 14th in torrential rain which surprisingly didn’t put the young people off who although soaked through were so excited to try and catch some fish, fortunately it brightened up for the... Read More
THE EVENT OF THE YEAR!! THE SAILING TRIP What an AWESOME Adventure, 32 hours on board the Sailing yacht the FARAMIR. First start was boarding at the Royal Quays Marina, welcomed by an excellent group of staff, showing tons of welcoming friendship and patience, even the parents were allowed to have a look on board, which went well with the embarrassed young people. After quick goodbyes and fare wells, we, all sat around the large table for introductions and Health and Safety instructions. Everyone on board were issued waterproofs and life jackets, and further instructions on the areas on board,... Read More
The 2014 NCYP Clay Pigeon Shoot was once again a great success with fantastic instructors the group was split into 3 and each group worked their way around the 3 traps which shot the clays at different angles. Once the group had had a turn on each trap a tournament then took place to see who the best shots were. A special trophy was also given to the most improved young person on the day and this went to Wallsend Boys Club’s Naomi Kendall, Well Done! A great day was had by all and we will be looking forward to... Read More
Over 109 years in the making:…the incredible history of Wallsend Boys’ Club Wallsend Boys Club has a fascinating and colourful 109 year history. Founded by the Swan Hunter Shipbuilders in 1904 on Station Road, Wallsend to help educate apprentices and develop their physical, mental and spiritual capacity. The club has survived fires, and weather damage over the years and despite the building being burnt damaged and demolished the soul and heart of the boys club has lived on. Rigorously compiled, researched and written over the last decade. Recollections of Founder Members Archive documents from the Club’s rich heritage Images of... Read More
We have spaces on the following events for the following age groups, places are on a first come first served basis, you must contact me by email on firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend. Go Ape 16-17yrs July 30th County Table Tennis U12 U14 U16 U19 28th July( top 3 in each age go to nationals) Sea Fishing 11yrs+ 14th, 21st, 28th Aug (must attend all 3sessions) Sailing Trip 15-19yrs 16th-17th Aug All activities are FREE & places are limited so get in touch!
For the 3rd season running our team has won the NYCP six-a-side pre season tournament held at John Spence High School. The tournament is well organised and is a great way to bring the boys and parents together for a fun family day out. This year both of the teams we entered got to the final so we finished winners and runners up. Well Done to all that took part.
This was a great day, with plenty of things to do for all the young people it turned out to be a fun packed day. The bus and the staff were inundated with young people, wanting to do different activities, the younger children enjoyed arts and crafts. Whilst the older ones, including parents, were more involved with the nail art and face painting. The day was a success, with all the young people interacting and participating extremely well with all the activities on offer.
Operation Hotspot is a multi-agency approach to tackle litter, anti-social behaviour, fly-tipping and to provide free home fire safety checks. This is also an opportunity to engage with residents to give reassurance and assist in developing community pride. These areas are pre-planned litter, fire and anti-social behaviour hot spots. This campaign was delivered over a seven day period to allow partners to dip in and dip out as resources allow. Schools also supported the event by holding litter picks to coincide with Operation Hotspot. Youth work was provided by Wallsend Boys Club, two sessions from 6pm to 8pm on 17th... Read More