The Pulse Project
The Pulse project is funded externally via the Promoting Positive Engagement for Young People at risk of offending Grant and aims to engage with Young People from across the Vale of Glamorgan in their communities to prevent youth anti-social behaviour and to divert behaviours towards something positive, preventing young people from becoming first time entrants into the Criminal Justice System
Main Office location: Provincial House, Kendrick Road, Barry, CF62 8BF
The Pulse team form part of the Vale Youth Street Team.
The team operates 52 weeks a year across the Vale of Glamorgan, ensuring there is something available during the school holidays when provision is closed.
The Vale Youth Street team links together the detached team, the mobile youth provision and also our mobile skate park called 'rollers' to offer more for youths in communities.
What We Do:
- Engage with young people in the community
- Offer diversionary activities which keep the young people active and diverted away from anti-social behaviour
- We promote harm reduction strategies and signposting to services
- Offer an open access provision for all young people aged 10-25yrs old
- Opportunity to be involved in local and national accredited courses
- Support young people through their transition from childhood to adulthood
- Via activities and sessions we promote their personal, educational, social and cultural development.
- We provide opportunities for young people and professionals to develop decision – making skills in matters, which affect themselves and their peers, and to understand and participate in the democratic process.
Get in Touch
If you require further information about the team or projects please contact Rhys Jones, Commnuity Cohesion Officer:
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