How we work

We provide detached Youth Work sessions, sports sessions, signposting and advice on life skills, sexual health, drugs, alcohol and bullying. We run workshops to give insight into these and other issues facing young people.

We hold activity sessions locally at sports centres and organise residential trips at accredited venues, we also arrange and run one-off projects such as drama workshop sessions.


All of this is achieved by actively seeking the help and advice of those who
work with young people, seeking the views of and working with young people
and encouraging their participation in the project.

We promote equal opportunities by ensuring that all young people irrespective of religion, age, disability, marriage or civil partnership, gender identity, pregnancy, gender, sexual orientation, race, nationality or ethnic national origin, ability or socioeconomic background have equal opportunity to access the project.

Our partners
How to donate

As a charity we appreciate any support and help so we can continue providing our services to young people. For information on how you can donate or register as a volunteer please contact us at:

Lordshill Youth project is registered with the charity commission as Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) number 1177775 and we are registered with HMRC for the gift aid scheme.