Our contact information
Children and Young People staff: CYP Staff Team, Quaker Life, Friends House, 173 Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ.
Staff are available most days, Monday to Fridays or you can leave a message on the answering service
is a Quaker performing arts project, they run workshops for meetings and residential theatre, music, singing and creative arts events. For more information please see their website
or facebook page
Quaker Action on Alcohol and Drugs
(QAAD) works in accordance with Quaker principles to address the widespread use and misuse of alcohol, prescribed and illegal drugs, and gambling. They occasionally run events for young people and have produced a DVD: ‘Too much too young’ exploring the health and social effects of alcohol on young people today.
Young Adults at Woodbrooke
for has many opportunities for young Quakers aged 18-30 . The offer a number of courses specifically for Young Friends and a Young Adult Leadership Programme as a part of their education programme.
Youth organisations that we have links with
The British Youth Council (BYC) is a youth-led charity that represents the views of young people to the government, decision makers and the media. BYC empowers young people to influence and inform the decisions that affect their lives. We are part of this umbrella body which is made up of young people’s organisations.
The Woodcraft Folk is a movement for children and young people, open to everyone from birth to adult. They offer a place for children and young people to grow in confidence, learn about the world and start to understand how to value our planet and each other.
Methodists Children’s and Youth ministry in the Methodist Church enable children and young people to connect with God, the world and each other, so they can think as disciples, talk as disciples and be disciples of Jesus Christ.
The Fellowship of the United Reformed Youth (also known as FURY for short) is a body of young people aged 11-25 within the United Reformed Church.
The Unitarian youth programme follows the Unitarian ethos which is that we are all free to explore our own beliefs and views on life. Their values of respect, tolerance and compassion towards others are reflected in the activities they offer. Participants are encouraged to celebrate diversity and difference in each other whilst cherishing all that binds us.