We’re based in North Cumbria and have been established for over 20 years.We are the sole provider in our area of a social space for all young people aged 11-25 years to access and participate in positive activities. On average we have 25-30 young people on any one night, with approx. 90 members in total. We are well equipped and experienced in addressing and working alongside the community, young people and partners.

Registered charity number: 1089690
Wigton Youth Station Data Privacy Notice 2018

Wigton Youth Station is the chosen charity to receive unsold food from Greggs in Wigton two nights a week. If your child has any allergies we need to be aware of please let us know. We also have the updated allergen guide from Greggs for any parent or young person to view. Many thanks!


We have a Vacancy: Lead Youth Worker

Enjoy Working with Young People?                                         

Can you work with us to offer young people positive experiences through programmes that develop them both personally and socially? 

SALARY:    £9.90-£12.56 per hour depending on experience and qualifications.  You should be able to demonstrate competency to at least NVQ Level 3 or equivalent.

HOURS:      18 hours per week  (12 month contract, continuing subject to successful fundraising)

BASE:         Wigton Youth Station

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 27th March 2020. 

More information here>


Weekly Term Time Programme

Download / print here: weekly term time programme (pdf)
Tuesday

Heritage Lottery Intergenerational Project (Jan 20 start) – 4.00 – 6.00pm

Open Access & Emotional Wellbeing Project – 7.00 – 8.30pm

Thursday

Open Access & Building Resilience Project – 7.00 – 8.30pm

Friday

Friday Night Project – 7.00 – 8.30pm

All our youth workers are qualified and have enhanced DBS checks. Please feel free to have a chat with us if you’d like to know more about our centre and the work we do.


 

“Funded by People’s Health Trust using money raised through The Health Lottery in the North East and Cumbria.” www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk