Our huge range of targeted services and youth club nights across Bristol as well as what's available in the South Glos area mean there is something for everyone - wherever you live, whatever your interests, whenever you're free.
We believe all young people should have the opportunity to reach their potential with the right support in place, be it one to one advice, help to get a job, courses or group work.
We also help young people find their voice through creativity. Our creative courses can help you to realise your own artistic vision, giving you the skills, tools and networks to develop your creativity and turn your passions into professional success.
Our live performances bring together communities and get young people's voices heard.
Join our end of term celebration, see young people's work and hear about the impact of our creative courses on their wellbeing and time in isolation.
Wed 15th July
Learn how to form content, simple techniques in composing lyrics, structure and rhythm
2pm-2.45pm, Tues 23rd, Wed 24th and Thurs 25th June
16 - 25 year olds not in education, employment or training
Don't know what the future holds? Finding it hard to decide on your GCSEs? Maybe you've finished school and you're confused by the options you have available. Learn about what your next options are and how to get there, and by completing this course you’ll get a Life Skills Accreditation.
For young people aged 14-19
Every Tuesday, 2-3pm
Starting on 30th June
This is an online course in small groups on Zoom
Bristol Dance Futures and Creative Youth Network are looking to support 4 young emerging dancers and choreographers through this exciting commission.
Take these 10 easy steps with Emily, to make your own Lockdown Sketchbook! Don't have what you need? Not to worry! We're sending 20 young people packs with the materials for this activity.
Struggling with your mental health? Talk to a wellbeing practitioner through online chat.
Every Monday, from 3pm-5pm
Every Thursday, from 7:30-8:30pm
On Facebook and Instagram
A safe and supportive online space for LGBT+ young people to talk to youth workers and do fun activities.
Every Tuesday, 4pm on Zoom (North)
Every Friday, 3pm on Houseparty (South)
11-19 year olds
Brook Tate is a Bristol based young artist whose work captures people and characters in a fun and imaginative way, finding stories behind the faces he sees. In this exhibition, we are sharing different facets of his work, giving you a glimpse into his multifaceted practice.
Get support from trusted youth workers, join in with fun activities, meet new people or bring your friends along.
11-19 year olds
Every Tuesday and Thursday, 7-8pm
Want to make new friends and try out new activities? Join this fun, friendly and exciting group at Barton Hill Settlement.
11-18 year olds