Friend, Mentor, Fundraiser, Role Model, Coach, Hero.

  We were awoken yesterday morning to the awful news that Nick ‘Hoppy’ Hopkinson had passed away. Nick and the Hopkinson family have been huge supporters of Bolton Lads and Girls Club for many decades and over the past 12 years of Warrington Youth Club. Through the tenacity, direction, support, love, kindness and fundraising that... Read more »

Lyons Trust supports Warrington Youth Zone

The Lyons Trust has pledged its support to Warrington’s young people by becoming the latest Founder Patron of the charity Warrington Youth Zone. By becoming a Founder Patron, The Lyons Trust will support Warrington Youth Zone to open with a wide range of exciting and engaging activities and services for young people to enjoy. Set... Read more »

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Ted Todd pledges to support Warrington Youth Zone

Ted Todd, the UK’s leading luxury wooden floor specialists, has shown its generous support for Warrington’s young people by becoming a Founder Patron of Warrington Youth Zone. Based locally in Cheshire, the company was founded in 1993 by Robert Walsh. Robert has always lived in the area and is keen to develop new talent by... Read more »

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Torus Foundation pledges support to young people by investing in Warrington Youth Zone

Torus Foundation, the charitable arm of North West growth and regeneration group Torus, has pledged its support for young people from Warrington for years to come, by becoming a founder patron of Warrington Youth Zone. As the largest provider of affordable housing in Warrington, Torus already has deep roots in the Borough and, offers wide-ranging... Read more »

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The Purslow Family pledge to support Warrington Youth Zone

Warrington Youth Zone has announced that local businessman Chris Purslow and his family have become a Founder Patron of the youth charity. As a Founder Patron, Chris Purslow and his family have committed to making an annual charitable donation to Warrington Youth Zone, ensuring the Youth Zone opens with a wide range of activities and... Read more »

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Construction is now underway on Warrington Youth Zone with Warrington Borough Council and other funders celebrating the landmark moment.  The £6.9million facility is being made possible thanks to the Council’s incredible support, which includes the donation of the Foundry Street land and over half of the building costs.  Council Leader Cllr Russ Bowden, CEO Steven Broomhead and Cllr Jean Carter, trustee of Warrington Youth... Read more »

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Youth Zone welcomes Assura Community Fund as new Founder Patron

Support for Warrington Youth Zone continues to grow with the Assura Community Fund joining as its latest Founder Patron.  The Community Fund aims to support local health projects in the communities around Assura’s primary care buildings across the UK. It builds on the company’s Healthy Communities Scheme and is designed to support health-improving work by charities and local groups in the areas. ... Read more »

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The University of Chester has become the latest Founder Patron for Warrington’s new OnSide Youth Zone.  While the University is used to supporting people over 18 reach their full potential, it has now branched out even further by pledging its support for Warrington Youth Zone, which will give young people aged 7-19 (and up to 25 with additional needs),... Read more »

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Warrington Youth Zone is on the road to success with support from Tarmac

Tarmac, the UK’s leading sustainable building materials group, is the latest Founder Patron of Warrington Youth Zone, a brand-new young people’s charity set to open in 2022.  This £6.9 million facility is being delivered by OnSide Youth Zones, a national charity which has created a network of Youth Zones across the country, providing local young people with somewhere to go, something to... Read more »

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Youth Workers go the extra mile to support Warrington’s young people

Two youth workers from Warrington Youth Club are preparing to go the extra mile to help young people during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Head of Youth Work Chris Capstick and Sports Coordinator Chris Mills will each be walking 100km to raise money that will go towards supporting young people in the town.  The fundraiser, dubbed the 242424 challenge, doesn’t stop there though, with the... Read more »

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