We're proud and delighted our youth hub, The Station, won the Partnership Award at the Children and Young People Now Awards.

With more than 20 organisations based at The Station or delivering services there regularly, the building has been developed to put the needs of young people first, providing them with a hub where they can get help whatever they need. 

The Children & Young People Now Awards are the gold standard for everyone working with children, young people and families. These prestigious awards provide a great source of pride and recognition for all those who work so hard to improve the lives of others.

It means a lot for our team to be acknowledged in such a prestigious event dedicated to services of the highest standards to improve the lives of children and young people. 

Dan (16), who has been coming to The Station for three years now, said:

“I’m very happy to see The Station being recognised. The youth workers here helped me a lot. They are here for me when things aren’t going well at home and when I need someone to chat. And then when I’m feeling angry, I can put that into my music, at Basement Studio sessions.

On Saturday night, I always think I want the weekend to go quicker so I can come back on Tuesday.”

From youth club sessions, to sexual health treatment and advice, emergency homes for the night and mental health support, The Station represents the power of partnership  enabling organisations to change more young lives and have a greater impact.

By working together, we have the maximum impact on young people’s lives.

By coordinating work at the Station we make sure young people get the help they need – from a place to be, to job coaching and education, we offer support, whatever the problem.   We also offer a range of inspiring activities and courses in music, drama, photography, sports and more. Over 10000 young people have accessed The Station in the past year and this award recognises the hard work of Creative Youth Network and all our partners.