Have a look at our new Youth Centre based website… ngageyouthcentre.wordpress.com
Often it can be hard to put into words the impact that N-Gage has on the local young people who attend our youth work services and the work N-Gage does in local communities. This video shot by the BBC does a great job of capturing the views of young people in the Catalyst Youth Centre… Read more »
Royal Oak Residential October 2016 During the half term holiday in conjunction BBC Children in Need we took 10 young people away on residential to the Kepplewray centre. Over the last year the team in Royal Oak have built relationships with this group of young people and wanted to take them somewhere away from their… Read more »
Saturday 14th May was the launch of our new Catalyst Youth Centre in Burnage. There was a fantastic turn out on the day. We were delighted to have the now Lord Mayor of Manchester Councillor Carl Behan-Austin acting in his capacity as Deputy Lord Mayor officially commission the centre for us.
Schools Engagement Worker Could you deliver N-Gage’s successful and varied range of schools work programmes and develop opportunities to extend the current scope of our schools work? N-Gage believes it is vital that young people attain the full benefit from their education and take responsibility for their behaviour. The charity strives to develop positive citizenship… Read more »
On Friday 30th August Greater Manchester Police Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd and Paul Goggins, MP for Wythenshawe and Sale East, boarded the N-Gage youth bus in Wythenshawe to see the project first hand and speak to the young people who have been attending. “It was valuable to see some of the really useful work N-Gage… Read more »