Grub Club

Being local we are able to quickly respond to the real needs the children and young people of North West Ipswich, by developing and running projects that enable them to make positive, informed choices.

Our projects help us to enable local children and young people to achieve their full potential, lead fulfilling lives, and to positively contribute to their community.

Our projects

We deliver a wide range of projects, and are always looking for more  and different ways to help and support young, local people.

We work to support local children and young people, through engaging with them in youth work activities in groups, in the community, and as individuals.

Our focussed youth work has previously included drug and alcohol awareness, work to address knife crime, keeping safe, healthy relationships, and engaging conversations on health and well-being. We work closely with local agencies and relevant organisations, to help us identify where the next area of focus may be needed.  

Saturday Rangers

Saturday Ranger offers great nature adventures and exploration, with some fabulous craft activities, of children aged 6 to 11


Our Mentors are quick to listen, offer the young person a safe place to unpack life and present a platform to empower them to bring about positive changes both now and in the future


Waves is a small group project, that offers children between 8 and 16 the opportunity to take part in activities and sessions that enable them to connect with other children in a safe supportive space

Steppin’ Up

Steppin’ Up is our Year 6 Transition Project for young people moving up to High School

Holiday Craft & Play sessions

Our Holiday Craft & Play sessions are for children and young people under 14 years
Grub Club

Grub Club

The Grub Club enables young people to work with a professional chef, learning how to prepare and cook, with fresh ingredients to make healthy, nutritional food.

STREETS – Detached Youth Work

STREETS - Our Youth Workers are regularly out and about in the Whitton, Whitehouse and Castle Hill communities of Ipswich

Young Women’s Project

Our Young Women's Project is a safe place for young women to meet and get involved in various activities, access support and talk about the issues that young women face today
Children playing

Inters Youth Club

The Inters Youth Club is one of our core youth work projects, providing young people in Years 8, 9 & 10 with a variety of activities and support
Senior youth club

Senior Youth Club

Our Senior Youth Club is for young people in years 10 & 11 – it provides somewhere to go, something to do, and someone to talk to

Young Mens Project

Our Young Men's Project is a small group session where young men can meet, cook, share meals, take part in activities and talk about things that are important to them


We are always looking for volunteers to help us support the young people of Ipswich. Whther it's helping us to deliver a particular poject, regular help with our activities or a special skill you can offer, we'd love to hear from you 


We are extremely grateful to our sponsors for te support they provide, and we also regaulry fundraise to help finance particular events and projects. If you have a fundriasing idea we'd welcome your support


Whitton Youth Partnership is keen to work with local businesses to strengthen our work and support local young people. There are many different ways in which your business could get involved. 


Our partners and supporters