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Issue 2 2019

SCYP Newsletter


Thank you to Sussex Community Foundation
Like many charities we depend on the support of our funders to help us with our work. Sussex Clubs for Young People has been restructuring its services and recruiting new staff to deliver youth clubs across Sussex.We would like to thank the Lawson Fund and Sussex Community Foundation for their grant of £3,640 towards our core costs which will help us to develop our recording systems and a business plan towards being tender-ready.
If you would like to support our work or to hear more about future developments then please contact Chris Cook by email
SCYP Training & Events 
Click on the links below to book
  • Girls and Young Women’s Event For International Women’s Day
    We’ve teamed up with Mercread Youth Centre in Seaford (BN25 1AB) to promote a Girls and Young Women’s event on the 5th March 6:30-8:30pm.
     Activities to include sewing, netball, arts and crafts, pancakes, jewellery making and more. Ages 10+ and only £1 per person.
    You can call Jane Spencer for further information 07770229517 and please let us know if you plan to bring a group on the night
  • Young Leaders Training 23rd-24th March Lodge Hill Pulborough this certificated course is designed for young people aged 14+ (level 1) and 16+ (level 2) to develop skills for supporting their youth club. 
  • **NEW DATE** SCYP 5-a-side Football Tournament 31st March, Downs Leisure Centre, Seaford.
  • Our ever popular Summer Camp is back from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July at Blackland Farm near East Grinstead. Groups can register now to bring their young people from ages 11 to 16.
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Institute for Youth Work Conference 2019
Making Waves in Youth Work- Saturday 2nd March University of Brighton
This year’s IYW conference is taking place in Brighton, it will be an opportunity to both celebrate Youth Work Week and our conference theme: coastal youth work.   The conference is being co-hosted by the University of Brighton, and consequently one of the aims of the conference is to create a short paper on the unique nature of coastal youth work. The day will also be an opportunity for coastal Youth Workers to network, reflect and share their great practice, although youth workers from anywhere in the country are of course extremely welcome to be part of the conversation.
For more information and to book a ticket click here.

Concordia Group Co-ordinator Summer 2019
Are you looking to do something interesting this summer, improve your leadership skills, meet amazing people from all over the world and give your contribution to a local community project? Then you should become a Concordia Group Co-ordinator!
What is it all about 
Co-ordinating is about helping international volunteers get the most from their experience in the UK. It ensures the smooth running of the project and is as rewarding as it is fun.
On most of our UK projects we need one or two experienced volunteers to represent Concordia and help the project run smoothly. The co-ordinators act as a link between the host organisation, the international volunteers and Concordia. The co-ordinators work alongside the volunteers, and also help the group to organise their day to day living and free time. The co-ordinators manage a budget for food and social activities, to make sure the everyone gets their fair share of work and fun.

For more information click here
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