Youth Clubs 2014

Autumn term 2014, begins on the week of the 20th September


The GOBB Projects

The Gobb Projects continue with new tutors. Lew Yates and Kevin Hurley are confirmed to deliver the projects from May 2014.

Youth & Community Services for the rural Fenland Borders of East Cambridgeshire

Featured Project 2014


We like to focus on projects that have a personal, social & educational development for the young people we engage with.


We provide services to local councils, schools, organisations & community groups to support sustainable & effective youthwork.

Our Vision

is to help Young People find a healthy positive place by engaging with them within their local communities.

We offer

Community & Intergenerational Projects

Residentials & Exchange Programmes

Community Diversity Awareness 

Accredited & Vocational Training & Adult learning.

1-2-1 personal/social support & family liaison

Support in education and the workplace

To contact us use our new email address:

Our Team

is made up of local qualified & experienced youth workers, facilitators and volunteers.

Staff Training

Youth Work training at the Garage Youth Project from January 2014. New Projects are up and running.... visit the Garage website for details...

Media Project

Funding has been secured for a new multi-media project for young people to revamp, the website home of the youth clubs.

Garage Youth Bike Project

Trained Mechanics and a team of young people are opening a bike education project in April at the Garage working in partnership with Community CARTS and Gauntlet Auto Project based in Ramsey


Community Carts is a registered charity 1141881

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