Families join the Coronation Celebrations at The Way Youth Zone
Wolverhampton families had a right royal knees-up at The Way Youth Zone on Monday with a King’s Coronation Party.
The Way Youth Zone on School Street in Wolverhampton city centre welcomed over one hundred and thirty of their young people with their families, to take part in party games, coronation crafts and some of their most popular activities, such as climbing, within their state of the art building.
Thanks to the City of Wolverhampton Council, The Way received a grant towards the event, serving free afternoon tea and arranging Coronation themed games and decorations, making it a celebration to remember.
Staff and Youth Zone volunteers all came together to deliver an afternoon of family fun to mark the occasion with crown making, flag colouring and biscuit decorating.
The Way Youth Zone are currently looking for new volunteers to join the team and support the young people of Wolverhampton.
Chief Executive, Jackie Redding said, ”Our volunteers at The Way Youth Zone make a real difference to our young people by bringing their skills and energy into the Youth Zone. We wouldn’t be able to support the thousands of young people that we do without our volunteers and we are incredibly grateful to each of them.”
As well as changing young people’s lives, volunteering also has real benefits for those who do it. If anyone is interested in helping transform the lives of young people in Wolverhampton, please do contact The Way or drop into their Volunteering Open Day on 19th May between 10am and 4pm.