YOUTH SERVICES 

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH OUR COMMUNITY TO DELIVER QUALITY SERVICES 
Providing a range of activities and services, ranging from youth clubs to Play Rangers, events to music, sport or forest school sessions, and a whole heap more, the Youth Service, working from our dedicated building ‘No 95’, offers sessions six days each week covering the whole of Woughton. 
 
 
The team are passionate about seeing local young people develop their skills and raise their aspirations. 
 
Our approach is one of partnerships: with young people themselves, other organisations, with families, guardians, and other professionals. We work with and for our community, involving young people in choices that matter. Our aims are: 
• To ensure young people have a voice 
• To raise aspirations and improve skills 
• To embrace and support diversity and inclusion 
• To continually review, respond and improve our offer 
 
The WCC Youth Service aims to offer support to all young people who need it, wherever in the parish the live, work or are educated. Our work, offering support using the most appropriate approaches to young people, no matter where on parish they live, helps reduce divisions across the piece and the territorialism that can lead to difficulties. Encouraging interaction and reducing community tensions are at the heart of our work. 
Inclusive and safe 
 
We are led by the needs of our community and respond by focusing on the strengths of individuals and the communities within parish – we know that Woughton is hugely diverse, and we aim to ensure a welcoming, inclusive approach to all our projects, taking a zero-tolerance approach to discriminatory language and actions. This means that when children and young people attend our services, they know that they are safe, supported, and able to express themselves.. 
You can use these pages to find details of all our services or download our most up to date online brochure. We have also included a range of links and resources that might be helpful. 
 
For any further information, advice, or queries, please contact our Youth Team on 01908 392945 or via the CONTACT US page.  
MONDAY 
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. 
 
TUESDAY 
Coffee Hall Senior Youth Club Drop In 
At No 95 – 5.30pm – 6.30pm 
 
An open access session for all 12+ years 
 
WEDNESDAY 
Tinkers Bridge Junior Youth Club 
Tinkers Bridge Meeting Place 4.15pm – 5.45pm 
 
An open access for all young people aged 8 – 12 years. 
Tinkers Bridge Senior Youth Group 
Tinkers Bridge Meeting Place 6.00pm – 7.00pm 
 
An open access for all young people aged 13 – 16 years. 
 
Both offering safe space to chill with friends, play games and do weekly craft and cookery projects. 
 
Games, Crafts, Cookery & Sports. 
 
THURSDAY 
Eaglestone Juniors 
Due to Covid-19 Eaglestone Juniors Youth Group will be held at: 
 
Eaglestone Flagpole Green 3.30pm – 5.00pm 
 
(Please note, we hope to return to Falconhurst School after the festive season) 
 
SATURDAY 
Little Dancers: Ballet, Tap and Contemporary 
Eaglestone Activity Centre 12.00pm – 12.45pm 
 
For those aged between 5 – 8 years. 
Street Dance 
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 

Young Parents Group 
 
Access advice and training. Build a safe support network and relax! 
 
Thursdays at the Moorlands Centre 
 
Dodkin, Beanhill, MK6 4LP 
 
12.00 - 2.00pm 
 
Free Lunch 
 
For more information contact 
 
Tash Darling on 07983 590546 or 01908 395681 
 
tash.darling@woughtoncommunitycouncil.gov.uk 
Family Play sessions 
 
Family Play sessions, in the green open spaces of Woughton. Over the winter we will continue to offer Play Ranger sessions Mondays, 3.30 – 4.30pm in the garden at No95 
Sexual Health and Advice 
 
Sexual Health and Advice Drop In At MK College (Chaffron Way Campus) Wednesday, 12.00 – 1.00pm (term time only) 
Thursdays at Chaffron Way 
 
6.00-8.00pm 
 
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. 
 
 
 
 
 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ANY OF OUR YOUTH PROVISION PLEASE CONTACT TASH DARLING 

01908 392945 / 07853 590546 
 
 
 
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