Readiness Level – AMBER

Readiness Level – AMBER The National Youth Agency have announced that we are now entering into readiness level AMBER. This means that we are now able to offer small group based sessions indoors. Centre Manager Darren Simpson commented, “We are absolutely delighted that we will soon be able to offer the young people of our Continue Reading

Youth Night Latest

Walton Youth Project have been closely monitoring the local and national advice, as well as working closely with Liverpool City Council and the National Youth Agency. NYA’s guidance, is that we are still in readiness level – RED, which clearly stipulates that youth work activities should be limited to online services, detached youth work, and Continue Reading

What have our NEP students been doing?

What have our NEP students been doing? Throughout lockdown, our fantastic Negotiated Education Programme students have continued to work hard. By using our online learning platform, they have been able to continue to engage with their core subjects, whilst also completing additional work from Skills For Further Learning. At Walton Youth and Community Project, we Continue Reading

Cake Competition Results!

Congratulations to Alex! Congratulations to Alex who has won our cake completion! Three weeks ago the staff team sent out wellbeing packs to the young people from our Negotiated Education Programme and Youth Night sessions. The packs included a cake mix with some basic instructions and once baked the young people sent us photographs of Continue Reading

Join our Virtual Youth Club!

As all of our provision has now moved online we have set up a virtual youth club! If you are interested in joining get in touch with us via social media or email We use Microsoft Teams to host our virtual youth club. Unlike other virtual meeting sites, this ensures the security of of Continue Reading

COVID-19 Update

During this period of uncertainty, Walton Youth & Community Project is committed to continuing to provide support to young people, their families and the local community. For those that follow us on social media, you will be aware that all of our provision has been moved online and that all staff are now working from Continue Reading