Get involved! Young people in Hailsham aged 11-17 (yrs 7-12) are invited to attend activities and take advantage of the opportunities available through the Friday Night Project (FNP)...
PROGRAMME OF EVENTS
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Both forms below must be completed by parents/guardians annually:
CONSENT FORM: FNP
CONSENT FORM: SKIING
CONTACT FORM
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Friday Night Project: A Success Story!

The Friday Night Project, which is funded by The Safer Wealden Partnership and managed/funded by Hailsham Town Council and Hailsham Youth Service, works in partnership with Hailsham Community College, Knockhatch and other partners to help create alternative recreational activities for young people on Friday evenings, and continues to be a feature in young people’s social events calendar throughout the year.

The FNP is a great achievement giving young people the best opportunities available to them - so there’s no excuse for boredom!

Hailsham Youth Service Mission Statement: Our Commitments
Hailsham Youth Service, managed and funded by Hailsham Town Council, aims to provide young people in the local area with opportunities to develop social, physical, emotional and political awareness. Regardless of background, gender or culture, young people can expect a safe, supportive, fun and non-judgmental environment at all of our centres and through our various activities and service provision.
HAILSHAM YOUTH SERVICE IS COMMITTED TO:
Providing creative and challenging experiences that support the personal, social and educational development of young people.
Giving young people opportunities to learn and achieve and to have these achievements recognised.
Encouraging young people to explore their values and beliefs and support their engagement in decision-making and community activity.
Mission Statement: Our Objectives
HAILSHAM YOUTH SERVICE AIMS TO:
Offer quality information, advice and support to young people, so that they can make informed choices about issues affecting their lives.
Work closely with young people who are not included or engaged in their communities, to offer opportunities and experiences that develop their confidence, skills and self-esteem, and that encourage and support their re-engagement and social inclusion.