HOLT YOUTH PROJECT - Centre of Excellence

One of England's most imaginative youth schemes and an award winning project

We also have received The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service which is an incredible achievement for the project and everyone involved.

Welcome to Holt Youth Project – serving young people across north Norfolk. We are a Project that prides itself on our preventative programmes which allow young people to reach their full potential as well as meeting their own aspirations.

We invite you to look around to see first-hand the achievements that young people can gain given the opportunity. We provide a Project that supports young people to work towards accredited qualifications, training opportunities and projects current and relevant to themselves.

The Project is youth led and their energy and commitment is amazing.

Latest News


Wild about the Wensum Bike Safari

On the 23rd of April the Holt Youth Project delivered a conversation family event at Pensthorpe Nature Reserve. We provided the general public with an opportunity to cycle through the nature reserves conservation farm where the public wouldn’t usually have access. The Bike Safari was a great success with every hourly session fully booked with children, young people and families.  

Rowing

CraBlakeney have kindly agreed to help some of our young people enjoy the sport and activity of rowing. Over the course of a few months , the CraBlakeney rowing team will help train, motivate and encourage our young people. The training will take place at Blakeney quay, using their own boat. Eventually everyone involved will be confident enough to compete in races. We hope more and
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Hadrian’s Wall Cycle Challenge 2014

       It’s that time again… Time for our group of Youth Workers, Volunteers, Victory Housing staff and most importantly a group of Young People to cycle 86 miles coast to coast. Starting at Carlisle, making our way through Haltwhistle ‘The Centre of Britain’ and finishing just past Newcastle in Tynemouth. We travelled up to the north of England in style…by that I
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