Shalom Youth Project
Welcome. Shalom Youth Project is here for children and young people in East Marsh.
Our Mission Statement:
To reach children and young people at risk in the East Marsh and through sustained long-term relationships to enable them to become functioning adults
Shalom Youth Project is an independent voluntary organisation (and registered charity) committed to the children and young people of Grimsby’s most deprived ward – the East Marsh.
The Youth Project was founded in 1972 through the initiative of St John and St Stephen’s Church, New Clee, which has itself served this community for over 100 years.
We provide leisure time activities to support young people in their transition to adulthood
- Since its beginning in 1972 over 4000 young people have accessed the Project
- Over the last three years an average of 416 individual young people have accessed the Project each year
- Many of our staff and volunteers are themselves former members opened
- We are now, sadly, the only Open Access Youth Centre in North East Lincolnshire. There are other youth clubs in North East Lincolnshire.
- Our church opened its first youth club in February 1881!
This page needs updating with the latest staff names and photos
The Junior Club has lots of fun arts and craft, lots of fun sports activities, baking cakes, making play dough and the most popular of all making slime. Are staff team are dedicated to making sure the young people have a safe place to socialise with their friends.
Special Support Groups
This Project runs two support groups for children and young people with specific needs
Meeting every Thursday night during term time between 6.30 and 8.30 for young people 13-14 yrs. Admission is free
The latest Annual Report will be available to view here
Youth Project Faces
This group is great for the age of 14 up to 18, the young people can spend time with their friends in a safe environment. They love to play music and chat to each other and the staff team. We also like to do activities outside of the Shalom like going to the Cinerama or having sleepovers in the Shalom.