The Youth Project

In total, about 200300 children come here each week for food, our Youth Club, Mums and Tots, and the other groups that use our venues.

o   In 2017, the Breakfast Club provided about 3000 meals.

o   In 2017, the footfall in the Youth Club was over 1000; and passed its 5000th child attending since we opened in 2010.

o   Our food bank feeds 50 people a week on average. The cafe gives about 70 meals a week to our clients and guests, and sells many more.

o   The Diocese of Manchester gave our Community Project an award in its new “Churches for a Different World” scheme. Only 16 Churches received an award; and we received the top category of ‘highly commended’.

 

Breakfast Club

Our breakfast club restarts on Monday 17 April and then meets each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of the school holiday till Thursday 25 April.

We offer craftwork, a nutritious and tasty breakfast, and fun. It’s open to all school children but it’s important that you register your children beforehand.

 

Youth Club

Our youth club aims to bring together local children from a wide variety of backgrounds and ethnicities.

We meet every Friday of the year in the Main Hall (except Good Friday and the week between Christmas and New Year), between 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm for a time of fun, cooking, craftwork, sports, companionship, electronic games … the list is enormous, and changes every week!

The Youth Club is staffed and run by Mahdlo, and open to children of junior-school age.

Entrance costs 50p per child. Please click here to see some recent photographs.

For more details, please contact the Vicar, Revd Dr Paul Monk, on (0161) 624 7708.

 

 

 

Stay and Play

Stay and Play is staffed and run by the Spring Meadows Children’s Centre in Littlemoor.

We meet every Thursday afternoon between 1:15 and 3:15 pm.

We welcome all children and parents/carers.

For more details, please contact Spring Meadows on (0161) 770 8800 or the Vicar, Revd Dr Paul Monk, on (0161) 624 7708.

We gratefully acknowledge financial support from the NHS Bridgewater Trust.

 

 

Page posted 6 March 2019