Wallsend Boys Club...Helping Young People to Reach Their Potential



Youth Provision Events Calendar 2014

We will soon be releasing a wide range of events for our young people aged 12-19years to sign up to. Activities will include, Horse Riding, Sailing, High Ropes, Zoo, Water Sports, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Go Karting and Residentials. To find out about these activities and the chance to sign up to them join us on our facebook page: Wallsend Boyza.

The supply chain of footballers continues

Even though the Wallsend Boys Club building on Station Road is no more, the supply of footballers into the professional game continues. Lee Novak now plays for Huddersfield Town in the Championship but started his footballing journey at Wallsend Boys club. Lee started his senior career with Scottish side Gretna then returned to the North East to play for Newcastle Blue Star and then Gateshead in the Conference North in 2008. Novak was signed by the then Huddersfield Town manager Lee Clark in January 2009. Lee made his full Huddersfield debut on 11th August 2009 . He scored his first...
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Wallsend Boys Club Book

Christmas pick ups can still be organised from our site at Bigges Main, Wallsend. Contact history@wallsendboysclub.org.uk for further info. Wallsend Boys Club Book. 190 years in the making!

Wallsend Boys Club

Wallsend Boys Club The Football Academy Specialising In Future Stars. watch the SKY interview footage about the club Watch the video about Wallsend Boys Club here.

Fraser Forster

Fraser Forster – Wallsend Boys’ Club’s 5th England International player. Fraser Forster born 17th March 1988 became Wallsend Boys’ Club’s 5th ex player to play full international football for England. Fraser was born in Hexham and attended the Royal Grammar School, Newcastle. He did not begin playing as a goal keeper until he was 13 years old. Before then he had played mainly Cricket or Rugby Union. When Fraser first played for Wallsend Boys’ Club, coaches thought he might be too small to play as a goal keeper, although he quickly established himself in the Wallsend team. He signed his...
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Sessional Youth Provision Vacancies

EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES TO JOIN THE YOUTH PROVISION TEAM AT WALLSEND BOYS CLUB Delivering diversionary activities to Young People Wallsend Boys Club offers free activities, outreach services and confidential support to young people aged 10 – 25 years. We have vacancies for Sessional Youth Workers in the North Tyneside Area (On-going Basis) We are looking for people who have experience of working with young people within an informal setting (e.g. youth work, sports coaching, children’s services). Workers need to be enthusiastic and able to motivate young people to engage in various projects including outreach sessions and satellite club based sessions. Youth...
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History and Heritage project

History and Heritage project and the publishing of the “History of Wallsend Boys’ Club” book. The history and heritage of Wallsend Boys’ Club project was started by Committee members Michael McGill and Vince Carrick in 2003. With the help of articles in the local press, asking people to come forward with their own personal recollections of the club. Members from the original club (which was formed in 1938), started contacting Michael and Vince to relate their stories which were recorded meticulously. These “founder members” also donated images, programmes, documents etc. The boys club was searched from top to bottom for...
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History and Heritage Book

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...
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NCYP Street Games Young Volunteer Residential

Northumberland Clubs for Young People There are two places for the forthcoming Street Games Young Volunteer Residential in the Lake District. The residential will take place from Monday 28th Oct – Wednesday 30 Oct at Brathay Outdoor Residential Centre. The age limit is 16yrs – 25yrs. Please could you contact Stephen @ NCYP

WBC/ Kicks Partnership Football Challenges and League

Starting on November 1st we will be introducing a league table of challenges which will be ran throughout the sessions each week ,winning these games will lead to points and points lead to prizes!!!! Games will include: • Pens • Crossbar Challenge • Doubles • Singles • Headers • 2s Kick Ups • Levels • Kick Ups • Player of the week • Team of the week There are various ways of gaining points which are as follows: • Turning up for a kicks session • Winning a kicks activity • Bringing new faces into the program • Positive attitude...
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