Cara Coffee’s friendly volunteers

Cara Coffee is Romsey Mill’s social enterprise in Great Shelford, in partnership with Great Shelford Free Church. Read more

Black History Month

Throughout October, Romsey Mill’s Pre-school children learned about Black History. Read more

Finding a place to belong

Aspire is Romsey Mill’s work that supports autistic young people in mainstream education; and has been established for almost 20 years. In recent years, the need for Romsey Mill’s weekly autism-friendly youth clubs, one-to-one support for autistic young people, and family support has grown in comparison to our capacity. Read more

Making progress in Peterborough

Romsey Mill has been delivering youth development work in Hampton, on the outskirts of Peterborough since 2017. Read more

Growing confidence

A key aspect of Romsey Mill’s work with young people, children and families is helping them to grow in confidence. Growth in confidence is a fundamental for positive change in their lives. This is perfectly illustrated in the experience of Carla, a young mum, who has been engaging with Romsey Mill’s Young Parents Programme. Read more

Why do we think about young mums the way we do?

Judith Cork, who leads the work of Romsey Mill’s Young Parents Programme (YPP) to support young mums and young dads, asks “Why do we think about young mums in the way we do?” Read more

Look north

In the last year, the Youth Development Team also provided one-to-one support for 139 young people. This aspect of our work has been particularly significant in our work to the north of Cambridge, Read more

Physical play at Romsey Mill Pre-school

Physical play, in a safe, interesting and fun setting, helps to stimulate children’s development. Read more

Starting something special

Kat Rudge, Aspire Youth Development Worker, talks about the positive and immediate difference that an Aspire group has made in the lives of young autistic girls. Read more

Celebrating Young People

In July, over 200 people attended a special event to celebrate young people and their achievements over the past year. Read more

Hampton championed

Romsey Mill has received a Civic Award for its youth work in Hampton, Peterborough, Read more

Pre-school - learning through play

Both of Romsey Mill's Pre-school settings have been graded as "Good" by OFSTED this year. Read more

Panther Taxis announce Charity of the Year

Romsey Mill has been officially named as Panther Taxis' Charity of the Year for 2023, which could result in up to £25,000 being donated to the charity. Read more

Demonstrating love and humanity

Liz Diamond, the Romsey Mill Charity Shop Development Manager, shares how she and her team of volunteer seek to live out the values and ideals of Romsey Mill. Read more

Mums matter

Romsey Mill's Young Parents Programme has been running a CPSL Mind course called Mums Matter to support young mothers with worry and anxiety. Read more

New opportunities in Northstowe

Romsey Mill has appointed a Youth Development Worker to begin working in in the new community of Northstowe, following the award of funding from Cambridgeshire County Council. Read more

Youth Music Awards 2022

Young people accessing music-making opportunities with Romsey Mill were again nominated for Youth Music Awards. Read more

Addressing anxiety

Many people are experiencing anxiety in the context of all that our world is currently facing. However, for autistic people, who are more prone to be anxious than others, this is amplified. Read more

Positive support for young people

There are over 120 young people aged 16 – 25 living in supported housing in hostels near Mill Road in Cambridge. Romsey Mill has been developing to support young people who are living in three local hostels. Read more

Giving and Serving

Serving the local community is at the heart of what Romsey Mill's Charity Shop on Mill Road, Cambridge is all about. Read more

The Mayor of Cambridge's charities

Mark Ashton was appointed Mayor of Cambridge earlier this year and has chosen Romsey Mill and Cambridge Aid to be his two local charities during his Mayoral year. He explains why both charities are so important to him. Read more

Supporting young mums through the pandemic

Romsey Mill’s young parents’ workers had to adapt their support for teenage mums during Covid lockdowns and various restrictions. One young mum explains how vital it was to be able to access that continued support. Read more

New beginnings in Pre-school

Romsey Mill's Pre-school settings have had a lot of new beginnings in recent months. Read more

Celebrating young people

The Youth Development Team organised a Youth Celebration Night at City Church, in Cambridge, attended by over 100 young people, to celebrate their achievements and who they are. Read more