The Tribune Trust

Supporting safer communities in the Humber Region


Hornsea Youth Club


The Youth Club was formed three years ago as a result of public demand. The aim of the Youth Club is to provide the children of Hornsea and the surrounding villages with a safe environment where they can develop their social and life skills.

The trustees of the youth club believe that if young people are accustomed to being in an environment of respect and mutual support they will not be inclined to behave in a way which is anti-social. The trustees also believe that young people are the future of the town and the ethos of the Hornsea Youth Club is to nurture, develop and educate young people whilst at the same time allowing them to take part in fun activities. There are 100 people registered as members of the youth club. The youth club has two sessions per week. One of the sessions is for 8-11 year olds and the other is for 12-15 year olds. Up to 50 members regularly attend each of the sessions.

The Tribune Trust are pleased to be able to support Hornsea Youth Club in their aims to develop and educate young people in the area.

The Chairman of the Tribune Trust, Julie Good is shown presenting a cheque to Amanda Miller, the Senior Youth Leader, supported by Trustees, Volunteers and members of the Youth Club.

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