Youth - Overview

Children & Youth

Trinity Youth and Children's Project is here to help young people growing up in North Ormesby and their families flourish. North Ormesby can be a tough neighbourhood to grow up. According to official statistics 64% of children live in poverty. We seek to offer a safe and nurturing environment where they may grow in confidence and learn life skills.


Staff Team

  • Rachel Stark - Children & Families Worker 
  • Andy Colclough - Sessional Worker 
  • Claire Davidson - Sessional Worker
  • Chris Bloomfield - Sessional Worker
  • Elizabeth Stephenson - Sessional Worker
  • Evie Strong - Sessional Worker

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Give as you Live


North Ormesby Parish Church


Parish Child Safeguarding  


Mr Andy Colclough

01642 286122

Safeguarding information

Termtime Activities

Straight from school - 4.30pm

Messy Mondays

A free play session for boys and girls in primary school, crafts, board games, train sets, cars, outdoor play, freedom to get messy with things you can’t do at home.... parents / carers are welcome to stay and play too!
5.00pm - 6.45pm

Youth Club @North Ormesby Hub

Age 10 +

This group is a time for young people to relax, bond as a group, enjoy different activities and learn new skills, this includes sport, cooking, arts and crafts, drama and much more!
4.00pm - 5.30pm


Boys and girls aged 8-12 years

A chance to meet new friends, play games, experience different sports and enjoy cooking activities.
5.00pm - 6.45pm

Tommy's Youth Club @Thorntree Hub

A time for young people to relax, enjoy different activities and learn new skills, including sport, cooking, arts and crafts, drama and much more!
Straight from school - 4.30pm

Kool Kidz Club

Boys and girls 5-11 years.

A club full of crafts, games, Bible stories and drama, learning about ourselves, our community and our world, with lots of fun.

Youth Club @ North Ormesby Hub

Age 10+


In these sessions we will focus on a particular social action project working alongside agencies such as MIMA.

What people say about us...

“Since coming here I have been able to be myself. I’ve learned how to act and I feel like a superstar when we act on stage in front of people”
Leah 13

“I am a better person all round, I am a lot more respectful to family, friends and older people
Nevin 10

“We moved from somewhere else and it helped me to fit in. I have made friends and I have confidence in myself”
Noretta 9

“It (TYCP) has always seemed to me to provide an outlet for children/young people to broaden their horizons which they would not otherwise get through school because of the crowded curriculum or their home life. I believe it has done an excellent job and that it should be welcomed in an area like this.”
The local regeneration partnership.

“The whole emphasis of TYCP is to put into the children's lives something they cannot find anywhere else on the streets of North Ormesby.”
Local primary school teacher.

“Your service is first class. My children have been given some great opportunities and have grown in confidence”
“What you do is fantastic. It has helped both of my children to mix with others safely. Neither of them are shy any more.”

Local parents