Volunteers’ Week – Thank You!

Warrington Youth Club would like to say a huge THANK YOU to our amazing army of 140 volunteers who provide over 15,000 hours of help every year! Your commitment, time, and dedication to improving the... Read more »

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Mental Health Support available

A variety of mental health support services are available for any young person in need. ThinkNinja – https://www.nhs.uk/apps-library/thinkninja/  Papyrus HOPElineUK on 0800 068 41 41 The 24-hour Mental Health Crisis Line on 01925 275309 Happy Ok... Read more »

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Sleep Matters!

Good quality sleep makes a big difference to how we feel, mentally and physically, so it’s important to get enough. If you’re having trouble sleeping, the Every Mind Matters website has useful information on how to... Read more »

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WVRC Virtual Open Week!

Warrington & Vale Royal College have announced their first virtual open week to take place from Monday 1st June to Friday 5th June. If you are, or you have a young person in Year 11... Read more »

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The President’s Cup

At this time of year, our members would normally be taking part in The President’s Cup across the OnSide network. Whilst we can’t all join together under one roof, we can still keep the competition... Read more »

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Zone to Home Appeal Launch!

On International Families Day, we have launched our new ‘Zone to Home’ appeal to provide food, toiletries and activity resources to children, young people and families who are struggling at the moment, and who need... Read more »

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Home-schooling Helpline Launched!

StarLine is a new, national helpline set up for parents who are home-schooling. They offer a free telephone service providing personalised advice and support from a team of qualified teachers, education and parenting experts. They’re... Read more »

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New Mental Health Crisis Line

Information from the Public Health Team at Warrington Borough Council.

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Anyone for Tennis?!

A big thank you to Samantha Barton at the SERVES programme, delivered in partnership between StreetGames and the LTA, for their very kind donation of tennis equipment to keep young people engaged and enriched during... Read more »

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CEO Chat

Our CEO, Dave McNicholl, talks to the Warrington Guardian about the challenges of Covid-19, and how the Club has responded, including an innovative support service for children of NHS workers. https://www.warringtonguardian.co.uk/news/18396464.month-like-no-changing-ways/

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