We are continuing to deliver our limited and phased reopening of our programmes, supporting young people in and around Bristol.
Despite changes to social gathering restrictions, the National Youth Agency has confirmed that COVID secure activities can continue, as the youth sector activity is now classified as an essential service.
We would like to reassure parents, guardians and service users, that Young Bristol will continue to review our processes and procedures regularly, inline with national agency and Government guidance.
A limited programme of activities and services is currently open on a reduced scale, as part of our phased reopening which began on Monday 13th July 2020.
Since our reopening, we have been thrilled to welcome back young people from across the city; with over 1,104 contacts with young people aged 8+ over the summer holidays.
Community Youth Clubs
- Ashton Vale Club for Young People – existing members
- BS14 Club (St. Silas Club for Young People) – existing members
- Broad Plain and Riverside Youth Project – existing members
- Hartcliffe Club for Young People – existing members
- Sea Mills Boys’ and Girls Club – existing members
Instructor Training Scheme – existing trainees
Kayak Club – existing members
Youth Club on Wheels
- Bishop Sutton
For more information about our phased reopening and our programmes click here.
We would like to thank you for your continued support and patience during this difficult time, and look forward to seeing you on our programmes.