What exactly is guerrilla gardening?
Our work with young people takes many forms.
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Storytelling is a way to share and learn ideas, values and practices.
Storytellers remember something of their life or of the life of others; the listeners can relate to the story and retell it, maybe adding a little of their own experience. Thus stories bring people together. Stories offer a connection between a past that is told, the present and the future, and help to connect people around feelings, information and shared experiences.
Yard Talk is a podcast which brings together young people, community members and professionals to explore narratives on a series of issues,
It creates mini series on a variety of issues led by young people and community members.
Our weekly community circles are people powered community organising.
Working relationally to create social change we utilise the skills, talents, resources and the passion people have.
Community powered action needs people like YOU!
Friday, Saturdays and Sundays our street based youth work teams, are out and about in the community.
Challenging the socially constructed narratives that exist through social education, innovation and creativity.
Creating safer and connected communities where young people have an authentic voice.
The process of young people transforming an area with flowers, greenery or vegetables provides young people with the chance to take responsibility for their community
Challenging the negative narrative that can exist in communities of young people.
Thanks to National Lottery players this project is funded through the
It is a space where we
start conversations that
bring people together to:
Listen, learn and develop
Explore, play and laugh
Grow, cook and eat
Create, make and work.
Community Court Yard provides a confidential service, which allows us to help those most in need without them being afraid to talk to us.
We won’t insist on getting your contact details when you get in touch, and we will not pass on your details to anyone outside of Community Court Yard unless you’ve asked us to.
The only exceptions to this are legal requirements around Safeguarding issues, Terrorism and Drug Trafficking. We must report terrorism and drug trafficking offences, and, in exceptional circumstances, if we believe you or someone known to you has been or may be in danger, we will pass on information.
We will do our best to get permission from you, or the person involved, before we do this. Since we do not insist on service user contact details, full disclosure may not always be possible.
You’re safe with us.