From 27 July – Detached Youth Work has started in some of our villages but we are not able to promote these due to government guidelines on groups sizes. If you see any of our youth workers out and about, do say “Hi”.
The majority of the charity’s staff continue to be furloughed until such time that we can recommence our building and bus based youth work. If you have any questions or need help and advice then please check out our “Helpful Links” page or contact us via email or facebook.
Following government guidelines and action taken by other local organisations, the Trustees have made the decision to suspend all activities of the charity for the rest of this term (to 3 April).
This includes all youth bus sessions, youth zone sessions and courses across all our venues. Although those on our current courses will be contacted to look at how these can be completed online.
We will continue to monitor the situation and keep you updated as things change.
Don’t forget our Helpful-Links page for any advice, support or help you might need. We will also have some activities and ideas to keep you busy at home on our Facebook page. Also if you need a chat or extra support, then do get in touch: Contacts.
Please continue to follow government guidelines for your own health and for the health of others.
On Sunday 4 August, Alan our Project Manager took part in the Prudential RideLondon46 event, here is his story:
The Connections Bus Project was offered places in the 100 mile and 46 mile Prudential RideLondon events and I thought it would be easy to get a cycling enthusiast to take part as a great fundraising opportunity. Little did I know it would be me doing the RideLondon46. Continue reading “Sponsored Bike Ride”
keeping 11-19 year olds updated about projects in Histon & Impington
The follow venues receive weekly term time youth work sessions either on our double-decker buses or building based: Continue reading “Places We Currently Visit & Timetable“
Want the youth bus to visit your community or event?
Not sure how to do that?
Then this is the page for you! Continue reading “How to get the Youth Bus in your Community“