We are part of the solution. The secret is in our name. Every year Creative Youth Network gives thousands of young people a taste and thirst for the arts and culture and the joy, life-skills and opportunity they bring.
But we want more.
Creative YOU is our campaign showcasing how we, you and the engaged, emerging and amazing young creatives we support, come together.
We want to reveal how, together, we are ambition, quality, cultural democracy and social mobility in action.
Download our Creative YOU report
Following recent events in America, and ongoing everyday injustices in the UK and the world over, Creative Youth Network stands in solidarity with black and minority ethnic people and especially the young people we work with and support. Read more
Baroness Diana Barran MBE visits The Station to talk to young people and youth workers about their needs and issues. Read more
Grant tells us about his experience visiting organisations around the UK to see re-developed buildings. He's part of our Courts youth steering group and he's here to make sure the vision for the building has young voices at the heart of it. Read more
Find out how we've made a difference to young lives in 2017 and join us for our AGM to hear young people's stories. Read more
Why are creative subjects being squeezed out of the curriculum when the arts have helped sustain us during lockdown?
Our buildings remain closed to the public. From 20th July, we'll be meeting in person (one to one) with young people who can't access online support.
Find out more about young people's achievements in South Gloucestershire and how Creative Youth Network, Southern Brooks, Diversity Trust, Krunch and Wickwar Youth Centre have enabled young people to reach their potential.
In the first quarter of 2020 (before lockdown) Creative Youth Network helped 2648 young people reach their potential. Find out more about the achievements of our young people.
Following recent events in America, and ongoing everyday injustices in the UK and the world over, Creative Youth Network stands in solidarity with black and minority ethnic people and especially the young people we work with and support.
Young people are in need of support in the Coronavirus lockdown. We explore how they are affected and how we are adapting to fit their needs.
As the lockdown continues, we reconnect over 100 children and young people who live in families without internet access, to their friends, activities and learning.
It’s been quite a three years. Since 2017, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and Department of Digital Culture Media and Sport (DCMS), we have provided new opportunities for young people across the city, reaching into areas we weren’t delivering in previously.
Here at Creative Youth Network, the safety of young people, staff and visitors to our buildings are our main concern.
Sandy discusses the pitfalls of an ever expanding need for evidencing the value of youth work.