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As part of The United Nations’ Orange the World campaign to raise awareness of violence against women and girls The Way Youth Zone is turning orange. From Friday 25th November (which is International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women) until 10th December (which is UN Human Rights...

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Over 400 people gathered at London’s Guildhall last night (Thursday 17th November) to hear how businesses can collaborate with the public and voluntary sectors to tackle inequality and youth unemployment in the capital. The ‘Creating a better future together for London’ event was hosted by...

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On Saturday 5th November, The Way Youth Zone hosted a Wolves team and two teams from Leicster City – all teams selected from each clubs Premier League Kicks project. In addition, a team from The Way Youth Zone was selected to compete against both Wolves and Leicester. The evening was set up, with...

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About The Way


We’re The Way Youth Zone in Wolverhampton. We’re open 7 days a week, 365 days a year offering young people 8-19 (or up to 25 with a disability) over 20 action-packed activities every night.

Want to know more? Are you sitting comfortably? Then we’ll begin. Our story began back in 2012 when Wolverhampton City Council in partnership with local business people saw the OnSide Youth Zone model in other towns and cities and as a result wanted to give the young people of Wolverhampton access to a Youth Zone, and the benefits it can bring for the whole community.

Championed by successful entrepreneur, Steve Morgan OBE and with additional backing from the Morgan Foundation, The Queen’s Trust and St James’s Place Foundation. Find out more about our supporters here.