Creating opportunities with young people, children and families in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Taz's story

Taz is a young woman from north Cambridge, who has been part of Romsey Mill's music programme for several years.

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Author: Neil Thompson

Our Impact

Though our youth development work, Romsey Mill is helping to transform young lives

1,192

young people regularly engaged with Romsey Mill, last year

96.4%

 of young people indicated that they had 'more hope for their future'

4,573

hours of face to face work by our youth workers, last year

Fabia's story

Inspirational Fabia, formerly part of our Young Parents Programme, went on to be award a prize for receiving the top mark on her Law Degree at University.

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Author: Neil Thompson

Matthew's story

Matthew attended our Aspire groups before going on to University. He shared his experience of attending Aspire as an autistic young person and how it helped him.

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Author: Neil Thompson

Latest news

  • Training youth workers

    Romsey Mill delivers youth work training courses to help grow capacity to support young people in Cambridgeshire. Read more

  • Aspire Plus - supporting transition into adulthood

    Romsey Mill's Aspire Plus groups support autistic young people and help them to grow friendships through their transition into adulthood Read more

  • Young parents' Bronze Arts Award success

    Romsey Mill’s young parents have successfully achieved their Bronze Arts Awards, having completed a course delivered in partnership with the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge City Council and Cambridgeshire County Council. Read more

Latest events

  • AMP - Under 18s event

    Come and watch new up and coming artists from Cambridgeshire performing at Revolution! Read more

  • AMP - 18 and over event

    Come and watch new up and coming artists from Cambridgeshire performing at Revolution! Read more

  • Bridge The Gap Charity Walk 2022

    Bridge The Gap is an annual charity walk around the beautiful Colleges of the University of Cambridge, in partnership with Arthur Rank Hospice Charity. This family-friendly walk provides access to some of the hidden treasures and sights of Cambridge, whilst raising funds for two well-loved local charities. Read more