Cramlington Voluntary Youth Project Logo

Trainee & Volunteer Team

Faye WillisVolunteer

About me information coming soon…

Stacey LithgowVolunteer



Cramlington Voluntary Youth Project is a fantastic place to work and to be part of. I started as a volunteer and now have progressed as a youth worker undertaking many training opportunities that compliments my degree.

Cramlington Voluntary Youth Project has allowed me to be part of many new, fun and exciting activities. It’s a busy project, just the way I like it.

Graeme ThompsonVolunteer

About me information coming soon…

Tom Heron

Tom HeronYoung Volunteer

Tom Heron
Tom Heron
Tom HeronI have grown in confidence since completing my Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award as I have worked to achieve my goals with the youth club. I have also developed skills by volunteering with other groups as well as learnt problem solving to help myself and others overcome problems. This is something which will help me as I work towards completing my Silver and the Gold Duke of Edinburgh.

Sophie Morgan

Sophie MorganYoung Volunteer

Sophie Morgan
Sophie Morgan
Sophie MorganSince joining CVYP seven years ago as a junior, I have been able to achieve my Bronze D of E and have completed the four stages of Key Fund and my John Muir Discovery Award. The activities I enjoy are music and archery which I have won an award for winning a competition in. I have volunteered for several fayres and have taken part in sponsored walk with a group of special needs.

Nissi-Kay Black

Nissi-Kay BlackYoung Volunteer

Nissi-Kay Black
Nissi-Kay Black
Nissi-Kay BlackThrough CVYP I have been able to achieve my Bronze D of E and as a result have grown in confidence within my volunteer roles and have felt welcomed by everyone. I have went on many trips such as part of the music gang to London and Manchester, I have even been to France. I have had amazing experiences so far and wish to do so much more wonderful things. I have volunteered in different groups an have been able to help others in similar situations as me. The youth project is a place I go to have time to myself and also help others enjoy there time there. It has opened so many different doors for me and gave me lots of great opportunities and for that I am thankful of and all the amazing people at the project.

Melody Mills

Melody MillsYoung Volunteer

Melody Mills
Melody Mills
Melody MillsI’ve been coming to the project for over seven years and this group has allowed me to gain lots of confidence within myself and around other people. I have successfully completed m Bronze Duke of Edinburgh and my John Muir Award. I really enjoy attending CVYP because I have a good relationship with staff and with the other young people that attend CVYP. I have previously volunteered with the Junior Special Needs and at various fayres and events that CVYP have hosted. Currently I am working towards my Silver Duke of Edinburgh Award and hope to achieve this by the end of the year.

Rhys Neal

Rhys NealYoung Volunteer

Rhys Neal
Rhys Neal
Rhys NealThrough joining CVYP I have completed both my Bronze and Silver D of E’s. These were both challenging, but I worked through to achieve them both. It was great to achieve my certificates at the Sage. I feel I am supportive with other young people and help them when they ask me to. I have learnt to accept everyone’s disabilities and be helpful when I can. I am also supportive within the sessions to help set up and do jobs when asked by youth workers. I have also completed my John Muir Award, where I learnt about conservation and the environment as well as completing a residential at Kielder to help me achieve this. In sessions I like playing pool, being outside playing football and taking part in archery. Also I have completed the NCS programme which I learnt about a lot in and have built on friendships.

Daniel Thompson

Daniel ThompsonYoung Volunteer

Daniel Thompson
Daniel Thompson
Daniel ThompsonI completed the John Muir Award finding out interesting stuff about nature and having fun on the residential. I have achieved my Bronze and Silver Duke of Edinburgh where I learnt how to cook, map read and set up camp. I’ve learnt a lot about outdoor activities and enjoy taking part as I have learnt to make friends and I am now more sociable now outside the youth project because of this. I am also a good pool player and like teaching others how to play. I enjoy bike riding, playing pool, playing football and expeditions even though they are trying it feels great once I have completed them. I enjoy youth club and look forward to completing my Gold Duke of Edinburgh which I am working towards.

Anna Faulkner

Anna FaulknerYoung Volunteer

Anna Faulkner
Anna Faulkner
Anna FaulknerAbout me information coming soon…



Sharing is Caring
gaymovies.cc

Company Number 6623934 | Charity Number 1128037

Cramlington Voluntary Youth Project Facebook Page Cramlington Voluntary Youth Project Twitter Page