Merger of WVYP and Eikon

We are pleased to let you know that the official merger of Eikon and Windle Valley Youth Project (WVYP) completed on 1st July 2016 and we are now working towards an integrated organisation that strengthens our work in supporting young people. The merger combines and protects the strengths of both charities and creates a stronger […]

FNYC SuperStars Award

Congratulations to FNYC for getting Highly Commended or their fund raising at the Surrey Youth Focus Young SuperStars Award.  Through Tuck Tax and a range of small fundraising activities they have raised funds for lots of local and national charities.  Each charity has been proposed by members of FNYC.

Friday Night Youth Club supports Christopher’s Smile

Friday Night Youth Club (FNYC) gave Karen and Kevin Capel, founders of Christopher’s Smile, a warm welcome on Friday.  FNYC raises money for charities every week through its Tuck Tax scheme as well as regular charity events such as Comic Relief. FNYC listened to Karen and Kevin talk about their work to find better treatments for childhood […]

Five a Day

This five a day will help to keep you emotionally well. Connect with people around you – building these connections will support you. Be active – exercising makes you feel good – find an activity you enjoy. Take notice of the world around you, of nature, and what you are feeling, be curious. Learn – […]

Smoothie Bike at Deepcut RLC Corps Show

Everyone had fun on the smoothie bike at the RLC Corps Show in Deepcut.  Families, young people and young children all joined in using the bike encouraging physical fitness combined with healthy eating.  Special thanks to young helpers Liam and Louis, (and Peppa Pig!).  As well as promoting healthy eating and physical exercise, the team raised […]

Surrey Youth Games Table Tennis

Well done to Emily, Olivia and Ethan who did the introduction to table tennis course as part of Surrey Heath’s Surrey Youth Games programme.  We were pleased to help make these sessions happen and would like to thank Derek Seager from Aldershot District Table Tennis League and his coaches, and Ben Sword from Surrey Heath Borough Council.

Windle Valley Youth Project Annual Public Meeting – Photo blog

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Police Commissioner gets WVYP on the Buses

Windle Valley Youth Project has secured a grant of £34,300 towards our project to create and run a mobile youth centre.  The money is coming from the Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner’s Community Safety Fund.

Big Yellow Lends a Hand

We’d like to say a big “Thank you!” to the Big Yellow Self Storage Company in Camberley.  Big Yellow have provided us with free storage space, allowing us to use our funds to support more young people in Surrey Heath.  

Volunteers from The Hub Support Community Day

Members of The Hub youth club in Deepcut volunteered to help the community day at the Community Center’s Easter fun day for families and young children.