Entries by Chris Cook

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This article has been republished by permission from Wordfence Using Zoom as a Meeting Host Zoom is the most widely known platform, and when participating we don’t often get to choose which system we’ll be meeting on. Sometimes our employers require a certain platform, or sometimes our audience expects it. If you don’t have a […]

Hassocks Science Trail

The Adastra Summer Trail is coming to Hassocks in the next few weeks! The trail, which has been developed by the young people attending Hassocks Youth Hangout, is a series of boxes hidden across Adastra Park. Families follow clues and a map to find boxes hidden at different areas across the park. Each box contains […]

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On board for social enterprise

Chris Cook, our Club Support and Business Development Officer, is being supported by Enterprise Learning, run by the School for Social Entrepreneurs, in partnership with Access – the Foundation for Social Investment. This programme was promoted to partners by UK Youth with a Match Trading™ grant. Match Trading™ is an innovation in grant-funding created by […]

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Thank you to Sussex Community Foundation

Like many charities we depend on the support of our funders to help us with our work. Sussex Clubs for Young People has been restructuring its services and recruiting new staff to deliver youth clubs across Sussex.We would like to thank the Lawson Fund and Sussex Community Foundation for their grant of £3,640 for our […]

Young women take Youth Leadership course

We are very proud of the fabulous six young women who passed our Leadership Course at PGL Activities Centre in Windmill Hill in East Sussex. They did very well and all passed Level 2 Leadership qualification. Well done to the young women from the Albemarle Centre in Haywards Heath, Horsham Matters, Fishersgate Youth Club and […]

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Urban Art sessions for young people

SCYP ran three Urban Art sessions at Heathfield Youth Centre in East Sussex recently. Young people had a go at DJing, Rapping & digital music production and graffiti. We are looking to run an Urban Arts event in the autumn – if you think your venue is suitable and your young people would be interested […]

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BHMY receives standing ovation at 2018 concert

Burgess Hill District Lions Clubs sent us this update about one of their adopted youth clubs.  The Burgess Hill Marching Youth performed to an audience of over 200 people at the ‘Step Through Time’ concert on Saturday 10th March. Members of BHMY took to the stage at Burgess Hill Girls to showcase the band’s impressive […]