Tameside Youth Social Action Project is an open-access youth program for young people aged 11-17 in Greater Manchester. Through weekly sessions delivered in a local community centre, young people are able to connect with trusted adults and the wider community while diverting their attention from low-level crimes and anti-social behaviour.

The project is heavily influenced by youth voices, with a core group of young people leading the planning process and steering the direction of the project. The project’s duration is 12 months.

We believe in embracing and supporting neurodiversity in our group, which means we welcome young people with undiagnosed and diagnosed neurodiversity. We meet once a week at 4C, a local community centre. The first Wednesday of the month is for trips and activities. We will visit parks, go canoeing, and other adventures!

Contact Claire Begley for more information: claire.begley@groundwork.org.uk 077952 24687

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