Community Ambassadors

Project Category: Informal community groupProject Tags: Children & young people and Education

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  • Our Story

    This is a group of young people aged 11-22 that want to make a positive change in the community. They aim to deliver a social action project each year to do this. In the summer of 2014 they planned, organised and delivered an Inflatable Party for young people which included a consultation to discover the type of provision young people wish to see. The feedback centred around sport and leisure provisions, music provision, food and cookery, computer gaming and, in the long term, the building of a youth centre.

    The Ambassadors also planned a 1940s-style community day in the summer holidays of 2015 that encouraged everyone in the community to come together and celebrate such an important era in our history.

    They currently run a Youth Drop-in every Wednesday evening for 11-17-year-olds that is a space for young people to hang out and build positive relationships with the Ambassadors and youth workers.

    This group has also supported a range of other events including Tamar View’s Big Lunch, the Saltash Regatta and the launching of the Dangerous Dads group in Barne Barton.

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