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Y.E.S. Project Pampers Tired Families Over Holiday Period - 6th March 2017

The Christmas period can be a stressful and trying time for the average family, but the impact if felt hardest on those that have difficulty making ends meet.  

Our Y.E.S. Project ran a lovely Christmas pamper day on December 19th, treating the struggling families that they support to free hair and beauty sessions, as well as giving them access to essential goods during what is often the most expensive time of year. 

The day was well attended by the mums and children of 13 families. Some of the ladies attending commented were very appreciative of the services offered, calling it 'a day they wouldn't soon forget'.

The Y.E.S. Project offers valuable information and advice to often the most vulnerable young people within the community (aged 16-25) on many issues such as housing, welfare benefits, and debt advice.

If the Y.E.S. Project could help you, contact Ann Brown at:
E-mail: ann.brown@centre63.co.uk
Telephone: 0151 549 1494

Y.E.S. Project - 24th June 2016

Y.E.S. Project

The Youth Enquiry Service Project (Y.E.S. Project) has been offering young poeple of the community advice and information since it was established in 1992, and works with 16-25 year olds with issues such as housing, welfare benefits and debt advice.

  • This is a drop-in service available for any 16-25 year olds
  • We can offer advice and guidance on money managin and budgeting
  • Unemployment enquiries and benefit advice
  • Support with urgent debts e.g. water debt, fuel debt
  • Property Pool Plus registration
  • Completing applications/financial statements, negotiating payments, setting up payment plans
  • Applications for grants for furniture needs e.g. white goods, sofas, wardrobes

The Y.E.S. Project offers a warm and friendly service with free accessible advice and support. Self-referrals are welcome, as well as referrals from external services and agencies.

For more information visit the Y.E.S. Project page: https://centre63.org.uk/yesproject/the-yes-project.html

To contact Ann Brown by email: ann.brown@centre63.co.uk

tel: 0151 549 1494

mob: 07971309838


A Visit from Pudsey and Blush! - 24th June 2016

A Visit from Pudsey and Blush!

BBC Children In Need is a charity dedicated to improving the lives of children all over the country. Children In Need gives grants to projects which are focussed on tackling the disadvantages faced by children and overcoming the problems that life throws at them.

Earlier this week, Centre 63 received a visit from Pudsey and Blush, Children In Need's mascots! They arrived to a brilliant reception from the Youth Club, and gave everyone at the centre an opportunity to thank them for furthering their funding for our Youth Club and Multi-Media Music Project.

Everyone at the centre had a great time hanging out with Pudsey and Blush - many selfies were taken and there was even a conga line!

Check out all the photos on our Facebook page: www.facebook.co.uk/centre63kirkby

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