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A huge thanks to the team at ASDA Wolverhampton for including us in this month’s ‘Chosen by you…given by us’.  If you shop at ASDA in Wolverhampton you can help raise money for The Way Youth Zone by collecting fancy green tokens. When you’re next in ASDA, doing your weekly shop or if you’ve popped in…

The time spend outside of school is really important for young people. It can influence health, relationships, confidence, career prospects and so much more.  Our friends at The Onside Network did an independent survey of 1000 young people aged 14-16 years old from across the UK who don’t go to a Youth Zone. They found out some really interesting things…

Four years after his original idea of building a Youth Zone in Wolverhampton and nine months after the subsequent opening of The Way, Steve Morgan CBE is stepping down as Chairman. Since opening, The Way Youth Zone has seen over 4,000 young people from all over the city use the state-of-the-art building on School Street….

Our young people have been match day ball crew at Wolverhampton Wanderers over the past few weeks. The Way Youth Zone and Wolves Community Trust have been working closely in partnership since January 2016, with Wolves Community Trust delivering regular Football training sessions at the Youth Zone and managing the regions Football development plan. This…

Do you have the Express and Star? If you look inside you’ll spot a Cash For Your Community voucher – if you could save some for us it would be amazing. We’re one of 150 community organisations who’ve been selected to take part in this years competition to get a share of £35,000. How much cash…

Billy Read and Giulia Marchetti are coming to The Way to help our Senior Club organise an urban dance show mixing street and indian classical dance styles. Sounds interesting? Want to get involved? Pop by The Way on Wednesday 28th September for a taster and to have a chat to Billy and Giulia. The session…

The Way Wolverhampton Youth Zone has won Best Public Service Building at The LABC Regional Building Awards 2016. Guests from the West Midlands building industry gathered on Friday 9th September at the Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton to celebrate innovative construction. The Way Wolverhampton Youth Zone is a £5.5million state of the art facility building for…

The Way Wolverhampton Youth Zone came fourth in the National Lottery Awards Sport Category. We beat over 600 other organisations to reach the finals of this year’s National Lottery Awards – the annual search for the UK’s favourite Lottery-funded projects. Glenn Evans, Youth Work Manager at The Way Youth Zone, said: “Even though we didn’t win,…

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