Tiverton Youth Centre2018-12-11T12:51:26+00:00

Welcome to Tiverton Youth Centre!

We offer a safe social space for young people.  We offer fun and informative activities each session. Each session has a packed programme with challenges, cooking & crafts.

The Youth Workers can also offer group or 1-1 support and advice around issues that affect young people; including relationships, alcohol and drug use, peer pressure & mental well-being.

Our Open Access Sessions

Wednesday’s 6:30 – 8:30PM

£1 Entry

A busy and fun session for Year 7’s and 8’s. All young people need to have consent to attend from parents so it’s worth bringing someone on your first session to do the paperwork. This session is helped by many of our older club members as Young Volunteers, which means a range of interesting activities can take place, including talents shows, discos, karaoke, football, mats, hockey, team and individual challenges and artwork to name a few. Each week has different activities to get involved in. Each Young Person must stay on site throughout the session, if they wish to leave early we must have permission from a parent or carer.

Monday’s 6:30 – 9PM

50p entry

Year 9, 10 and 11. The Monday night session has a relaxed environment with access to music, tuck shop, sports, pool and table tennis tables, music room and games consoles. Each Monday members have the chance to get involved in the planned programme including a craft/art activity, group challenges and a themed discussion around a topic relevant to young people such as smoking, relationships or training. The session is open to anyone in year 9, 10 or 11 and there are opportunities for older young people to volunteer on this session.

Tuesday Project Session (Invite only)

Times to be arranged with the group

This session gives smaller groups the chance to take part in a particular project for a short time. These have included well-being and team building projects; design and painting and Young Enterprise groups. If you have an idea that you would like to get started then speak to a Youth Worker…

Thursday’s 6:30 – 9PM

50p Entry

Year 9+. Similar to the Monday night, Thursday session offers a range of activities to get involved in with access to music, tuck shop, sports, pool and table tennis tables, music room and games consoles. The Thursday night is also open to those young people who have left school, up to the age of 18. This session has been lucky enough to get some funding to make sure that we cook each week so everyone can have a hot meal. Club members do the cooking and the whole centre can take advantage of amazing food!

Wednesday’s & Friday’s 1 – 1:45PM

Free Entry

This is our lunch club for young people in year 9 to age 18! Cheese toasties and tuck shop in a relaxed environment with pool, table tennis and games consoles. Young people that are allowed off site from Tiverton High School or in College or working can take advantage of cheap food and lovely Youth Workers.

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“The staff are excellent because they have to put up with a lot of noise and they put on excellent activities- I would give them a 5 star rating if they were a restaurant or something!”


“‘No Limits has everything required for any autistic child anywhere: fun and games but also peace and quiet. Karaoke in the disco, friendly competition around the pool tables, sweet treats at extremely reasonable prices, safe cooking for the culinary lovers and hang-out areas for those who prefer tranquillity. Rest assured, the staff at No Limits never discriminate but instead welcome all disabled (young people) with open arms and (corny as it may sound) with an open heart.”

Charlie Dinnie

“Youth workers give out a really fun and chilled out vibe which makes me want to talk to them.”


Meet The Team

Jenny L
Jenny LArea Youth Worker
Based at Tiverton since 2014, Jenny has a background in Youth Work since starting as a Young Volunteer with Prince’s Trust many years ago… Having worked with Connexions, Young Dads and Parents project and run Youth Centre’s over Bristol and Honiton and Axminster, Jenny is very experienced when working with Young people from a wide range of backgrounds. Jenny loves to keep the centre programme fun, interesting and relevant to the Young People that attend and encourages young people to talk about issues that affect them or their friends in a safe space.
Likes: Marvel films, Zombies, Festivals and Dartmoor
Dislikes: Mushrooms and dry sponges
Mantra: It’s nice to be nice
Random Fact: It always rains when I dye my hair.
MikeSenior Youth Support Worker
RichardSenior Youth Support Worker (AYCH Lead)
Jenny H
Jenny HYouth Support Worker