At Centre 63 we support young people from across the town with a safe place to go, build friendships, and to develop new skills.
Young people have remained at the core of what we do throughout our years of operation we have broadened our activities in recognition of the wider needs of families, as well as young people within our community. We offer services such as housing/debt advice and advocacy, access to benefits, employability support, practical help with food poverty, up-cycling skills programme, access grants for furniture and household goods, provide targeted youth activities, mentoring and volunteering.
The YES Project has been established since 1992, offering information and advice to often the most vulnerable young people within the community (aged 16-30).
Remake Yourself Hub
The Remake Yourself Project is aimed to develop a holistic hub model that diverts waste from landfill while supporting the skill development of young people, building their aspirations.
Billy Waldron Memorial Multi Use Games Area
Named in remembrance of our dear friend and colleague Billy Waldron, this is an inclusive sports facility for our children and young people, community members and the public.
Aimed at young people aged 8-19, our youth club offers recreation, sport, one-to-one music sessions, arts-based classes and drama projects.
Want to work with us?
If you think you might be the right person to join us at Centre 63 for the next stage of our journey, please fill out our application form.
Become a volunteer
If you would like to volunteer with us and help to transform more young lives, please fill out the form below.
A member of our team will be in touch with further information on how you can become a volunteer.