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  • International Youth Day 2022

    International Youth Day is held  on 12 August every year to amplify the  importance of young people’s involvement in the world around them.

    11 August 2022

  • Hungerford Hares Fund New Waterside Defibrillator

    You may recall that Berkshire Youth were the charity chosen to benefit from  this year’s Hungerford Harey 8 race.

    11 August 2022

  • Youth Music Nights

    We were delighted to hold our first Youth Music Night at Waterside Centre on Saturday 23 July, in partnership with Berkshire Maestros.

    28 July 2022

  • VoxFresh Summer Showcase at Waterside

    We’re proud to provide the venues for a huge range of activities for young people.

    28 July 2022

  • Tilehurst Parish Council – Upcoming Activities

    Over the summer holidays, a series of free, multisport sessions will be held at Cotswold, Cornwell and Turnhams Farm recreation grounds in Tilehurst.

    28 July 2022

  • Tilehurst Parish Council Update

    Here’s the latest update, from our youth worker Jessica, about the fantastic work taking place across Tilehurst.

    28 July 2022

  • Summer Fun

    There’s no excuse for young people to be bored this summer, with so many exciting activities and opportunities across Berkshire!

    28 July 2022

  • Students Make Music ‘Come Alive’ with Charity Single

    Berkshire Maestros has released an original song, created by young people across Berkshire, to raise funds for Berkshire Youth.

    28 July 2022

  • Karen Joins the Team!

    We’re delighted to welcome Karen Dynan to our team.

    28 July 2022

  • Supporter Focus

    We are extremely grateful to Pangbourne Youth FC who have raised an incredible £1,462.79 for Berkshire Youth this season.

    28 July 2022

Floyd Steadman Waterside Visit

28 July 2022

Former rugby captain and Windrush generation child, Floyd Steadman, joined young people at Waterside Centre earlier this month.

The event was organised by social enterprise BoxWise, who have partnered with Berkshire Youth to deliver a number of free non-contact boxing programmes at the centre for young people aged 12 -16 – a ‘safe space to channel energies productively and positively’ for young people from a variety of backgrounds and upbringings.

Floyd gave an inspirational speech about his life and career, encouraging the young people to seek out the opportunities open to them and telling them that they can go on to have successful careers.

He said: “I’m proud to support BoxWise, a non-profit social enterprise launched by the Nick Maughan Foundation, that provides young people with professional training in boxing, guidance and mentorship.

“The solution to youth violence lies in creating an environment that stops people from turning to a life of crime in the first place, which is an area BoxWise is doing essential work in.”

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