The Way Youth Zone, School Street, Wolverhampton, WV3 0NR - Registered Charity Number: 1151247
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Our Founder Patrons

Our Founder Patrons

A massive thank you to everyone who has made The Way Youth Zone’s journey from rubble to reality possible. We wouldn’t be here today without your support!

Altodigital


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Altodigital’s CEO, James Abrahart, said: “Young people and their development is a concept that has always been close to my heart and we’re really excited to have been so involved in this amazing project.”

Bromford


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“Bromford is supporting The Way as we share a determination to improve the lives of young people, believing that everyone has the potential to be the best they can be.”

Carnell Group


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Founded in 1992, we’ve grown into a £50 million company with a multi-skilled, workforce. Major public and private sector customers rely on our innovations and maintenance and support services to manage their network assets safely and successfully. Our proven track record of collaborating with our customers to deliver certainty of outcome is backed by our health and safety, quality and environmental accreditations.

Carvers 


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Henry Carver, Managing Director of Carvers said: “Carvers are delighted to be involved in the Wolverhampton Youth Zone project and feel that often when young people ‘go wrong’ it is because they have not got enough to do.

Chris Kelly


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“I’m so convinced that our youth need this outlet, and more importantly, the guidance that the club will provide, that I have also pledged my ongoing support for the club.”

City of  Wolverhampton College

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City of Wolverhampton College is among the top 15% of colleges in England for success rates for 16-18 year olds and was graded ‘Good’ by Ofsted in November 2014. Hear from Principal Mark Robertson.

City of Wolverhampton Council

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Wolverhampton City Council is not only a strategic partner for the Youth Zone, but it is a significant funder investing in The Way – both towards its development and running costs

FBC Manby Bowdler

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FBC Manby Bowdler provides expert legal advice and service of the highest quality to businesses and individuals. Visit www.fbcmb.co.uk to find out more or follow FBC Manby Bowdler on Twitter @FBCManbyBowdler.

GTG Training


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Carol Henry, Director at GTG Training said: “At GTG Training, we truly believe that young people should be given the opportunity to reach their full potential through training and development…”

Jaguar Land Rover

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Operations Director of Jaguar Land Rover’s Manufacturing Centre, Trevor Leeks, said: “Jaguar Land Rover’s Engine Manufacturing Centre is delighted to be a Founder Patron of the Wolverhampton Youth Zone.”

Jeremy Woolridge

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Jeremy Woolridge is proudly supporting The Way. He feels this facility will help improve the lives of our young people by giving them the opportunity to believe in themselves and to reach their potential.

Jez & Babette
Moxey

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Wolverhampton is the place where we live, have raised and educated our children and make our living. We are therefore delighted to support Wolverhampton Youth Zone.”

John Bowater

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“We are delighted to have the opportunity to give something back to our city as supporters of The Way, Wolverhampton Youth Zone.”

John & Helen
Gough

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William Gough and Sons Limited is a principal Building Contractor and Term Maintenance Contractor Established in 1900 based in Bilston, West Midlands.

Keith Bradshaw

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“My motivation for supporting the initiative is very simple. I believe that self-evidently young people are our future and we need to capture their imagination and inspire them as soon as possible, particularly those who lack natural role models.”

KGJ Group

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The KGJ Group of Companies is one of the region’s largest insurance brokers we have access to a huge range of facilities providing us with extremely competitive rates…

Marston’s PLC

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Marston’s PLC is a leading independent brewing and pub retailing business. It operates around 1,700 pubs and bars situated across Great Britain…

Paycare

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Kevin Rogers, Chief Executive of Paycare,said: “We are hugely proud of our Wolverhampton roots and are absolutely delighted to be supporting such a wonderful local initiative as The Way.

Redrow

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Currently celebrating its 40th year, Redrow Homes is one of the UK’s leading home builders, operating across England and Wales.

Roy Bernard

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“I want the message to go out to the youth of Wolverhampton that we care, to be proud of their city and of their Youth Zone and their future.”

University of Wolverhampton

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The University of Wolverhampton is committed to developing the potential of young people and feels supporting Wolverhampton’s new Youth Zone is a perfect partnership which will help them fulfil that potential.

UTC Aerospace Systems

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Based in Wolverhampton, UTC Aerospace Systems is one of the world’s largest suppliers of technologically advanced aerospace and defense products. They design, manufacture and service systems and components for aircraft, helicopters and other platforms. They are also a major supplier to international space programs.

Wolverhampton Homes

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Lesley Roberts, chief executive of Wolverhampton Homes said: “We look after 23,000 council homes so think of all those youngsters looking for things to do. The Way will bring so many benefits to the city and the youngsters living here.”