CLEETHORPES YOUTH CLUB
CYC The Hangout is the Cleethorpes Youth Club which was inititally setup with help from YMCA and funding from BLNC. Now run independently it still receives support from BLNC and is our focus for coordinating support for young people in North Cleethorpes.
CLOSED. Unfortunately CYC The Hangout has has to close its doors until further notice whilst the coronavirus crisis unfolds. We’ll be open again later in the year of course once everything has improved and we can again get access to our venue safely.
Sorry for this and we hope you and your families continue to stay safe.
We’ll update this page and our Facebook page with any news updates.
CYC The Hangout is an independent Youth Group which meets every Friday evening in Cleethorpes for young people aged 8-17.
The group gives local young people a safe and welcoming place to meet, socialise, have fun, learn and develop.
The team leading the session are all experienced in youth work and are there to provide a great environment for our young people and are encouraging both fun and games and more serious learning and development.
The group is a constituted voluntary group with a small committee of volunteers who lead it strategically. The group is supported by Big Local North Cleethorpes through the provision of part funding and development support time. Local partnership working brings other expertise and experience to help the group and we have some excellent volunteers who help with session work and behind the scenes.
The Hangout is also the focal point for Big Local North Cleethorpes to develop Youth Support programmes, networks and support across North Cleethorpes.
If you’re interested in supporting the group, volunteering or simply want to get your young person involved then all the information you need is on this page – get in touch.
Thank you to our supporters
Thank you to:
Our session leaders and all the volunteers who get involved with sessions, on the committee or behind the scenes.
Kings Baptist Church for our hall and storage facilities.
Big Local North Cleethorpes for their initial vision, financial investments, provision of development support work and more.
National Lottery Community Fund – we received a £9750 grant during 2018-19 which gave us a really strong foundation.
(and all Lottery Players whose tickets help raise these funds)
Ocean Fish Bar for our TV and our Pool table.
Staff at Santander Cleethorpes branch who made donations.
incomplete article. lots more people to thank. coming soon…
Sessions are currently led by:
With help from volunteers Lydia Day and Hollie DeLaney
The Committee is chaired by Darren Linford
Development Support is provided to the group (provided by Big Local North Cleethorpes) by Karl Elliott
Youth Club Sessions
At King’s Baptist Church, Alexandra Road, Cleethorpes.
Every Friday evening:
5pm-6.30pm – 8-12 years
6 pm-7.45pm – 13-17 years
Currently CLOSED due to coronavirus crisis.
Get in touch
To get in touch please us firstname.lastname@example.org
Karl (Development Manager) will follow up with you to contact the right person.
Darren Linford is Chair of the Committee.
Steve Jones runs our sessions.
Karl Elliott provides development support.
Support The Hangout
When we are active we are always grateful for donations, fundraising efforts, volunteers to support sessions, volunteers to help promote the group and we’re keen to recruit new committee members. Get in touch if you can help.
For the moment we’re not active due to coronavirus so any support you can offer will need to wait until we reopen. (But thank you anyway).
Facbook for The Hangout
Lastest News about "The Hangout"
“The Hangout” CYC youth group in Cleethorpes has just launched their own JustGiving crowdfunding campaign to help raise money to support the group. Lynn Sayles who leads DN35 on Facebook has created a page on JustGiving here with the modest aim of raising £1000 to buy equipment to support the kids attending the group. Take […]
It’s been a few weeks of highs and lows for the Cleethorpes Youth Group – CYC Hangout. Just as the group was gearing up for an event to celebrate the Royal Wedding recently they were gutted to discover that their newly acquired TV had been stolen! But the community rallied round with local people and […]