PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO COVID-19, ALL YOUTH SERVICES ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. WE WILL UPDATE AS WE KNOW MORE.
During this time of non to face to face contact, the Youth & Wellbeing teams are still working behind the scenes and you can contact the Youth Manager & Safeguarding Lead/ Child Protection Officer: Tash Darling on firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01908 392945/ 07983 590546 and main office on 01908 395681 within usual working hours.
The team are currently trying to find creative ways to ensure our residents remain supported but we’re sure you can appreciate this is not straight forward. All our statutory services are still running so there is no reduction in emergency, medical or social care support. Please do not hesitate to seek the support you need, when you need it.
If you have concerns about a child, young person or vulnerable adult and fear they may be at risk from harm please contact the MASH through the Milton Keynes Council Website or call the Emergency Social Work Team on 01908 265545
Working in Partnership with our community to deliver quality services
The youth programme is designed to meet the young people’s needs and desires by including informal education, recreation and life skill activities. We are proud of our evening youth clubs.
The team are passionate about seeing local young people develop their skill sets and raise their aspirations.
Young people are always involved in choices about our service.
Having different clubs in different areas though the week is breaking down territorial boundaries and increasing community interaction.
Woughton Community Council has been serving the community and its young people for many years and continues to be committed.
The youth team are constantly seeking to improve and add to existing resources.
This is a great place for young people to be!
To find out more about the Woughton Youth Provision Service and for a full list of youth activities going on in the Woughton Parish, please click HERE to download a copy of our Youth Provision Report 2015, written by our Lead Youth Officer Tash Darling.
Junior Youth Club
Netherfield Meeting Place 5.30pm – 6.30pm
An open access session for all young people aged 9 – 12 years.
Senior Youth Club
Netherfield Meeting Place 6.30pm – 7.30pm
An open access session for all young people aged 13+ years.
Safe, warm place to relax and meet friends, listen to music, play pool, table tennis etc.
Sports, Games, Dance, Snacks, Chat & Chill.
Coffee Hall Senior Youth Club Drop In
At No 95 – 5.15pm – 6.30pm
An open access session for all 12+ years
Tinkers Bridge Junior Youth Club
Tinkers Bridge Meeting Place 4.15pm – 5.45pm
An open access for all young people aged 8 – 12 years.
Offering safe space to chill with friends, play games and do weekly craft and cookery projects.
Games, Crafts, Cookery & Sports.
Falconhurst School 4.30pm – 6.00pm
School years 5,6 & 7
Little Dancers: Ballet, Tap and Contemporary
Eaglestone Activity Centre 12.00pm – 12.45pm
For those aged between 5 – 8 years.
Netherfield Meeting Place 1.15 – 2.00pm
For 8+ years old.
These dance sessions are led by a specialist, qualified dance teacher and support confidence, coordination and develop dance skills.
All Youth Clubs are staffed by local, experienced, trusted, friendly youth workers.
We also provide some projects which are targeted to address specific needs, and some sessions that are for EVERYONE
Access advice and training. Build a safe support network and relax!
Over the winter we will continue to offer Play Ranger sessions
Mondays, 3.30 – 4.30pm in the garden at No95
At MK College (Chaffron Way Campus)
Tuesdays, 12.00 – 1.15pm (term time only)
Thursdays @ Chaffron Way
A FREE rehearsal space
for musicians and bands aged 13-19yrs
supported by friendly youth workers & musicians
We have some instruments/ equipment but it’s ideal if you bring your own too. We meet in the main refectory.