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Young people at The Way Youth Zone in Wolverhampton were thrilled to unveil the opening of their new stylish café. The café was initially requested by the young people’s forum at The Way, where they get to voice their improvements for the zone or input their ideas and vision for the youth zone....

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Last week, The Way Youth Zone in Wolverhampton was delighted to welcome an evening hosted by award-winning author Kit de Waal and presenter and broadcaster Vick Hope. The event created by NatWest and their partner the Women’s Prize for Fiction, the most prestigious annual book award for women’s...

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Calling all teenage girls (aged 14-18 years old) who want to write, create and express themselves! Come and find out what it takes to become a girl boss, with award-winning author Kit de Waal (My name is Leon & Trick to Time), in conversation with TV and radio presenter, Vick Hope. There will...

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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.