4YPUK is a Social Enterprise Company
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4YP can be commissioned by any town council or local authority to provide a bespoke program of youth work services for young people in your area.
4YP are currently commissioned by Flitwick & Ampthill Town Councils to provide youth work activities for local young people.
The Hub in Flitwick 4YP are currently commissioned by Flitwick Town Council to provide youth work activities for local young people.
The Hub is equipped with the following:
It also has disabled access and facilities.
The Hub is open on the following days and times:
For more information please contact the lead youth worker,
Find us on Facebook: Flitwick Youth Hub
Or Twitter: @flitwickyhub
Flitwick Youth Hub, Millennium Park, Flitwick
We offer volunteering opportunities for young people who would like to:
• Gain experience in Youth Work
• Develop a new skill and have fun doing it
• Be a part of a community
• Increase motivation and a sense of achievement
• Boost career options
Our Youth Work team have delivered a range of different projects including:
• Emotional Wellbeing
• Holiday Activities
Building Resilience Project
Building Resilience Workshops – ‘Bend don’t Break’. A resilience programme delivered in school over 10 weeks with 12 months follow up support to build on a range of skills including: problem solving, awareness of strengths and qualities, resourcefulness, setting and achieving goals, managing emotions, taking control of your future. Currently working with 20 schools throughout Central Bedfordshire.
Arts & Culture Project
An opportunity to introduce young people to a variety of arts and culture-based activities to those who might not otherwise have the opportunity. Includes creative arts chosen by young people, professional demos, trips and the opportunity to complete the Arts Award! Delivered as an ‘after school’ activity aimed at vulnerable young people aged 11-16 lacking in self confidence and self-esteem.
The Arts & Culture and Building Resilience programs are both funded by Central Bedfordshire Council