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NE Youth is the North East’s leading youth development charity supporting young people and youth organisations. Based in the west end of Newcastle upon Tyne, we provide services for youth organisations in Northumberland, North Tyneside, and Newcastle.

Our vision is for all young people in the North East of England to have the opportunities they deserve to get involved in their communities, enjoy their lives and achieve their potential.

Our mission is to provide a high quality, diverse and positive youth offer in the North East through our own services and by providing our members with relevant information, advice and support.”

To find out more about the work we do, please browse around our web pages, like and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram, or get in touch using the contact details below.

NE Youth
34 Grainger Park Road
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE4 8RY

Tel: 0191 272 7494    Email: info@neyouth.org.uk

Company No. 7303754   Registered Charity No. 1139518

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UPCOMING EVENTS

International Women’s Day Event

8th March 2018

 

 

ROFLOW Raceday

23rd March 2018

 

Money For Life

Available Now

 

 

Digi Know

Available Now

UPS Road Code

Available Now

 

Generation Code

Available Now

NE YOUTH NEWS

 

International Women’s Day Event

 

Click the link below to find out more and get your ticket for NE Youth’s International Women’s Day celebration event – it’s going to be a great night!

 

Huge thanks to Fenwick and David Gray Solicitors for sponsoring the event.

 

We’re looking forward to seeing you all there!

Get your tickets here!!

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Poster Campaign Launch

We are proud and excited to announce the launch of our first ever outdoor poster campaign to raise awareness of the work we do and to engage more supporters to help make a difference.

Everyone has heard of the North East legends that are Ant & Dec and Alan Shearer but did you know they went to clubs run by NE Youth when they were young? We’ve been helping young people across the region for over 80 years and 2018 we are focusing on recruiting new supporters to get involved and help make a difference.

With the help of Clear Channel and their generous donation of all the media space and Halo Paywear who have sponsored the campaign NE Youth brand will be seen by thousands of people across the region over the next couple of months.

Jon Niblo, CEO of NE Youth said:

‘ This is a fantastic opportunity for NE Youth, smaller charities like ours don’t ever get the chance to run big advertising campaigns because it cost so much. With the support of Clear Channel and Halo Paywear our brand will be seen by 1000s of people across the region. We’ve earmarked 2018 as the year to turn the volume up around our work and let more people know about the work we do with young people- this campaign is great start’

Martin Hall from Halo Paywear added:

‘Halo Paywear are delighted to support this fantastic campaign. Its perfect timing as we are just about to launch our new product.’

(The Halo Wristband is a waterproof, safe & secure contactless payment device which you simply “top up”. It’s ideal for the beach, the pool, the skate park, public transport, shops….in fact it works anywhere with a contactless terminal, and can be used whether you are a teenager or a pensioner, or anybody in between!)

Over the next couple of months the new campaign posters will be up around Newcastle and surrounding areas. NE Youth encourages anyone who sees them to take a minute to learn more about the work we do and also take a selfie and post it on social media.

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Sara’s Cambodia to Vietnam Blog

On the 19th October four members of the NE Youth team (Bruce, Ray, Peter and Sara) set off on an adventure after 8 long months of planning, fundraising and training. The aim was to cycle 450 miles from Siem Reap in Cambodia to Ho Chi Min City in Vietnam in order to raise funds for NE Youth member organisation Smile for Life. Funds would go towards setting up a new café where young people with learning disabilities could gain confidence, meet new people and gain real life work experience preparing food and drinks and serving customers…

Read more!