Cinema and skateboarding seem to be the most popular things that young people want access to in Gillingham. Over 400 people have filled in our survey so far and if you’ve not filled it in – then why not?! There might be other things that you are interested in but we need you to tell us.
“The funnest day of my year” was how one young person described the day as he got out of his sumo suit after flattening his opponent and headed off to have a go on the giant inflatable ‘Hungry Hippos’.
Come along and celebrate the start of the holidays. With a skatejam run by Team Rubicon, free inflatables and the chance to try your hand at some graffitti art, if you’re 11-19 then this is a day for you.
We asked what you would like to do in Gillingham – for FREE! and so far these are the results. (The bigger the word the more people said the same). Do you agree?
We are delighted to announce that Zoe Matthews has joined the team as our young part-time Communications and Project Coordinator. Zoe is hugely community-minded and we are thrilled to have found someone who is local to Gillingham and a Gillingham School alumni to help us develop the project.
Did you know that Gillingham, Dorset is one of the few towns to have its own urban orienteering trail? In fact, do you know anything about orienteering? And, what’s it got to do with Gillingham Youth Collective?
We have now officially launched and the project is public.
We’re looking for enthusiastic young people (age 14-19) to join the Media Makers team of Gillingham’s biggest project for young people.