Young People home page (youth services)

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The city council's youth services team works with young people in a number of ways:

  • Schools can contact us about our extra-curricular programmes, drop-in sessions and issue-based workshops
  • Young people can reach us in youth centres across the city
  • Out in the community, we have mobile services which go out in the community, taking interesting and enjoyable activities out to young people
  • During school holidays, we run a wide programme of events in the city

Contact the youth team by e-mailing youthteam@stoke.gov.uk


Growing up can be hard

Going from childhood to adolescence isn't easy and the youth services team works with schools and young people. We can offer support on the following topics:

  • Positive relationships
  • Personal health (mind and body)
  • Understanding changes
  • Managing emotions
  • Participating in new things
  • Where to go to get help and support
  • Improving your self-esteem in different social settings

Where you can find youth services and our resources

  • Queensbury Uth Centre, ST3 1QZ
  • Shelton Uth Centre, ST4 2ER
  • Milton Uth Centre, ST2 7AF
  • Moorland Park, ST6 1EL
  • City Centre Uth Centre, ST1 1LQ
  • Rocka (vehicle kitted out with music production equipment)
  • Rolla (vehicle kitted out with film production equipment)
  • Five Hoppas (vehicles kitted out with activities and equipment for young people to enjoy)

Who do we work with?

  • Police
  • Safer City Partnership
  • Residents' associations
  • Community groups
  • Voluntary sector
  • Schools and colleges
  • Teenage pregnancy prevention team
  • Education welfare officers
  • Youth offending teams
  • Family support team
  • Drugs team
  • Careers service
  • Local Matters

Follow this link for information on our careers service for young people.


You can like the youth team on Facebook or follow them on Twitter by clicking these links