The Organisation

Hayle Youth Project is a registered charity.

We have two trustees: Leslie Attwood and David Raymer (chairman) and management committee members Sarah Welply (Truro Diocese Diocesan Youth Office), Rev Sharon Clifton, Joy Moore (head of student support) and Margaret Pearson (governor), Anne-Marie Rance (town councillor).

Hayle Youth Project Team team is made up of Jacqueline Hart (project manager), Dai Lawton (deputy project manager), Alisha Wilde (administrations and finance assistant), Stephen Potts (project development co-ordinator), Mod Le Froy (senior youth worker) Tom Chapman (youth worker), Charlie Pearce (youth worker), Jo Smith (youth worker) and Joanne Stokes (youth worker).

All of whom have a wealth experience, bundles of energy and various professional qualifications: PGCE, JNC PGDip in Youth & Community, BSC Hons Degree in Social Sciences, Pool Lifeguard, Qualified THRIVE practitioner, Accredited Sexual Health and Relationship Education (BROOK Training), C- Card, ASSIST (Suicide Prevention Training), FGM and Prevent Training, Food Hygiene and all staff are trained in Level Three Multi Agency Child Protection Training and DBS checked.

Hayle Youth Project is based in a purpose-built building that has outdoor space and private parking.

We are well equipped and have a computer suite with internet access , a café, extensive arts equipment, basketball, full size pool table, air hockey, table football, chill out area, board games , XBox and a book share scheme.

Hayle Youth Project has a 17-seater Mini Bus which has enabled us to expand a programme delivery and reach more young people who are experiencing rural isolation and exclusion.