Meet Kiyiya the wolf at The Way Wolverhampton Youth Zone over the summer. Kiyiya is a Native American name which means howling wolf. He was designed by Jo Burgess, she said: “My wolf was to depict a skeleton, which symbolises the public image of us as a dead/lifeless city, but if you look...

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The National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain returned to The Way Wolverhampton Youth Zone on Wednesday 12th July 2017 as part of a a ten-day celebration of exceptional orchestral music-making on a national level. The National Youth Orchestra performed in front of over 100 young people (13 years...

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Congratulations to Gareth Rafferty, aged 18, who won the prestigious Wolverhampton Young Citizen of the Year. The award recognises the achievements of young people in Wolverhampton who have gone the extra mile to help others. Gareth was a very worthy winner. He grew up in the care system and...

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Staff from The Way Wolverhampton Youth Zone shaved their heads to support Ellie-Mae Noakes, a young person recovering from Leukemia, and The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust. Kelly Noakes (Elle-Mae Noakes’s Mum), Andrew Turvey (Senior Youth Work Manager at The Way) and Josh Merrick (Sports...

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Over 300 people attended The Way Wolverhampton Youth Zone’s inaugural Young People’s Awards Night on Thursday 22nd June 2017. 160 young people received awards across 16 categories like employability, art, sport, music, cooking and many more. Check out the pictures here:   The event...

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        Young people from Wolverhampton travelled up to Carlisle Youth Zone to win a national competition called The Onside President’s Cup. Over 300 people came together and formed Youth Zone teams from Bolton, Blackburn, London, Manchester, Oldham, Wigan, Wirral,...

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