The Tribune Trust

Supporting safer communities in the Humber Region


Cherry Tree Community Centre


The Cherry Tree Community Centre is based in Beverley and offers advice to local people on benefits, divorce, housing and child welfare

The Centre identified a problem with anti-social behaviour in the area, particularly involving young people, and wanted to help. With the support of volunteers from the Centre they ran a six weeks pilot to encourage the young people to come to the Centre between 6pm and 8pm on a Friday evening to use their free Wi-Fi and be given free hot drinks.

The pilot proved to be a success and so staff and volunteers at the Centre decided to keep the youth club running on a more permanent basis.

The Tribune Trust has given their support to the Centre and the youth club is now open to young people aged between 11-18 years offering them positive activities to engage in and also the opportunity to carry out voluntary work in the area. Members will be provided with information on drugs/alcohol awareness, online safety and sexual awareness.

The Centre aims to provide young people with a positive outlook on life and improve their social skills and social awareness..

The High Sheriff of the East Riding of Yorkshire, Debbie Rosenberg is shown presenting a cheque to Jo Ramsay the Manager of the Centre.

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