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Young People

Take Over The Future (Part 2)

Takeover Part 2! Young people (16-25) return to take over the future (and Grand Junction) for a night of youth-fuelled events! 

WORKSHOPS: Tuesdays 3.45-5.30pm (runs 11 February – 31 March, term-time only)
FESTIVAL: Saturday 4 April

Book a place (Free Event)

Future Men Youth Hubs

Amberley Youth Club – North Westminster 
Churchill Gardens Youth Club – South Westminster

Futuremen.org 
info@futuremen.org 
0207 237 5353 

The Young Westminster Foundation

We are an exciting cross-sector partnership, creating a community of member and partner organisations. Together we are shaping opportunities and creating the best services for children and young people in Westminster.

Our role is to act as a voice of the children and young people’s sector for Westminster. We support our members with information sharing, advice, networking opportunities, training and grants. We work on behalf of our members to develop long-term partnerships with businesses, public sector partners, individuals and major funders. Partnerships facilitate support and broker funding for our members.

Most importantly, we give young people a voice in leading the development of the YWF.
Link to the Young Westminster Foundation website

Filmmaker Wendie Pinto-Duschinsky

For the relatives of those who died, for those who knew them, for those who lived in Grenfell’s shadow – life has changed for ever. Like the young people who’d been working on a documentary – with film-maker Nendie Pinto-Duschinsky- about the closure of a youth club in North Kensington when the fire broke out. They turned their attention to the people caught up in the tragedy – and to those who volunteered in the days afterwards.

Filmmaker Adrienne McKenzie and Grenfell volunteers Swarzy Macaly and Reece Yerboah discuss the continuing impacts of the Grenfell fire.

Channel Four News – Grenfell volunteer people came as strangers and left as friends