Young People

Hello to all Younger Residents out there!

We want all the young people of Ashwellthorpe & Fundenhall to be part of the community, give their views and contribute to this website for the benefit of everyone.

So come on all you ‘youngsters’ – here’s your chance to show us oldens what you’re made of, how to do it and what improvements you would like to see in your villages.

We will put information here but if any young people think that this page is not what they want please tell us (or even better, help us to produce this page and the website).Please click on the link to try out our FIRST MUSIC QUIZ

Councils are not just about old people getting together for a chat, they do real things and if young people want to get involved they would be welcome at the Parish Council Meetings (the third Tuesday in each month at 7.30p.m. at Ashwellthorpe Village Hall).Why not also think about South Norfolk Youth Action, which is a youth forum set up by young people for the council to talk about various issues such as what the council spends our money on, sports facilities, transport and other ways to involve young people. Please CLICK HERE to find out more.

YOUTH CLUB LEADER – ad. posted 15 May 2010

Wanted to run established and successful award-winning youth club for 8-16 year olds in very well-equipped village hall at Wreningham, eight miles south of Norwich

Salary: up to £9 per hour depending upon experience

Main job is to take a leading role in running club night, including organising a diverse programme for the club

General – Youth Club meets every Wednesday night, working hours from 6pm to 8pm during term time, plus separate 30 minutes’ preparation time. Free development training is available and CRB check will be required

Responsibilities of youth club leader

  • organising a balanced and varied programme of activities for the youth club on Wednesday nights, including a main optional activity
  • to include for example: Arts and craft, sports indoor and outdoor, team events, occasional trips out and themed events
  • occasional fund-raising events; talent show, discos etc.
  • helping maintain recognised standards of behaviour amongst young people, including respect to adult helpers
  • to attend regular management committee meetings and provide brief club reports

For full job description or an informal chat, contact club chairman Keith Morris on 07712 787762 or at [email protected]