Alliance Youth Works
Charity No: XR 34019
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Balmoral 2015 was a great event and we at AYW had lots of fun meeting, chatting and playing with over 400 people who came through our stand over the three days.
A big congratulations to Megan Roberts from Fermanagh for counting all the ladybirds at our stand at Balmoral 2015!
Grow Teams Registration
The deadline for Grow Teams Registration is fast approaching! If you want to be a leader at a Grow Team this summer, please sign up as soon as possible!
For the second year running, AYW Grow will be at the Bee Curious event at the Lough Neagh Discovery Centre. Come along on Saturday 13th June (11am - 4pm) and celebrate the importance of wildlife's wonderful pollinators including bumblebees, butterflies, damselflies and hoverflies.
As you can see from the address in the bar at the side AYW is moving its’ offices from The Walled Garden to The Castle at Benburb. This will give us a new base for EDEN (all our Environmental Education and ESD programmes) and the opportunity to run a range of History programmes too.
Challenge Fund 2014
For the fourth year AYW was successful in attracting funding from the Challenge Fund. Northern Ireland Environment Link (NIEL) administers the NGO Challenge Fund on behalf of the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA).
Mourne Mountain Landscape Partnership
We have been working with the Mourne Mountain Landscape Partnership over the last two years and have completed a number of Natural Heritage elements for the schools within the Mourne Area.
Support Alliance Youth Works
We need your help. Why not become a supporter of Alliance Youth Works and help us to enthuse, encourage and empower children, young people and their leaders. Have a look through the website - then why not sign up and help us? Click below for the form.
Even £5 per month can make a massive difference to the work we do and the services we offer.
Where are we working?
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Last updated: 9th May 2015