Don’t forget we’ve got Senior Basketball sessions every Saturday, 10.30-12pm… our new coach, Ron, will be teaching you how to shoot 3-pointers and do that trick where you spin the ball on your finger in no time! Bring your friends!
The Factory Youth Zone was pleased to host a visit yesterday morning by Police Minister, Nick Hurd MP. This was part of the launch of the Government’s ‘Serious Violence Strategy’. Nick Hurd MP saw our work with young people as preventative measures for them becoming involved in escalating violent behaviour and child criminal exploitation. Nick heard… Read more »
Big thanks to Autizma and Wood Street Mission, who have kindly donated an elevator full of eggs-tra chocolate eggs they had left over from Easter Sunday. I’m sure our young people are egg-cited to get their hands on them! Autizma is an independent organisation dedicated to improving the lives of those with autism. Wood Street Mission are focussed on alleviating the… Read more »
We are delighted to invite you to the launch of The Factory Youth Zone’s ‘County Lines’ exhibition at Neo on Thursday 19th April 2018, from 5-7pm. Whilst providing a fun and informal place for young people to spend time, we also want to educate them on serious issues which could affect them. We do… Read more »
The Factory Youth Zone is CLOSED for Easter Sunday – we will be back to usual service on Monday for the Senior Session! Wishing you all a Happy Easter, and thanks for being #GoodEggs 🙂
On Thursday we organised a trip for our wonderful new supporters, GCA Altium, to send 23 of their staff to visit us here at The Factory Youth Zone. We supplied the party with pick ‘n’ mix for their journey from their office in Manchester City Centre to Harpurhey, which went down a treat. CEO Richard… Read more »
Congratulations to one of our Junior members, Lexie, who won first prize in our recent competition with her beautiful poster. “Love the world? Recycle paper to save the trees!”
This video was filmed and sent out to our sponsors on Valentine’s Day. It was filmed by young leader Jake Lindley, who joined us age 10 in 2012. Thanks Jake!
Our Senior boy’s football team won 6 – 4 yesterday against Active Communities. Nice one lads!
Thank you to Katherine, a youth worker at the Lviv Regional Youth Centre, and her mum, who came and visited The Factory all the way from Ukraine to find out more about what we do. We are glad you were impressed and hope to cross paths again one day!