The Tribune Trust

Supporting safer communities in the Humber Region


Hangout Club Bridlington


The Tribune Trust is supporting young people in Bridlington

The Hangout Youth Club is located in Bridlington South, which is one of the most highly deprived neighbourhoods in the country. The Club opened in January 2014 and has between 40 and 60 members attending each week.

Members of the Club come from all across Bridlington and the surrounding villages. The Club provides a safe and secure environment for young people aged between 8 and 16 years to meet, learn new skills, participate in sporting activities, play games and produce art and crafts. All staff at the Club are volunteers and give their time freely.

The Club is part of the Bridlington Coalition, which involves the Police, Local Authority and Education. Their aim is to provide activities for young people in Bridlington in order to reduce anti-social behaviour and encourage people to actively participate in sport and recreation.

The Hangout Youth Club is providing a valuable service to young people in Bridlington and the surrounding area. The Tribune Trust is proud to be able to support the Hangout Club in its aims to promote sport and active recreation, reduce crime and disorder and promote good citizenship.

John Ford, the Director of the Tribune Trust is shown presenting a cheque to Jo Miles one of the organisers of the Club. Members of the Club and volunteers who were present at the cheque presentation are also shown..

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