11th February 2019


Negative stereotypes often prevent people from understanding young people or giving them adequate support and encouragement. However, unlike previous generations, today’s young people are less likely to drink, smoke and commit crimes, and are likely to stay in education longer. They are making healthier life choices and are generally clean living, qualified, and driven young people taking positive decisions about their future. We want people to join us in believing in young people. To understand
SIgn up to GNR 2019
SIGN UP to run the worlds largest half marathon, fundraise £250 for us and you will receive a FREE gym membership valid until 31st October 2019.Follow the link to sign up today! This years race will take place on Sunday 8th September. People come from all over the world to take part in the event that has become synonymous with the North East. The range of people from all walks of life, all age groups
YMCA North Tyneside is delighted to announce new funding received from the Co-op Foundation and HM Government. Two separate grants have been received to help our work reach more young people through the “Building Connections Fund”.The first grant of £10,000 from Co-op Foundation will involve young people in co-designing services to tackle loneliness. We will use a variety of arts and leisure based interventions to help understand the issue of youth loneliness and create targeted
We had a busy and productive day celebrating the updates, achievements and ideas of staff, volunteers and Board Members from YMCA North Tyneside. We came together on Friday 14th December and put our conference facilities to good use.   We had highlights from some of the incredible and ongoing successes in our Housing, Gym and Youth Work departments. And with new and exciting developments from Patterdale Hall Estate, STEAM Digital Studios and our brand new Day Nursery, it
YMCA North Tyneside awarded Freedom of the Borough
On Friday 14th December YMCA North Tyneside were honoured to receive the incredibly prestigious Freedom of the Borough award at the Council Chambers. It is the highest award a local authority can offer. Previous recipients of the Freedom of the Borough have included Alan Shearer,  Rugby union star Sarah Hunter MBE, Ian Le Frenais, Wallsend Boys Club, Girl-guiding North Tyneside, Royal Navy vessel HMS Tyne, the Whitley Bay, North Shields and District branch of the
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