Our work Youth development Romsey Mill's Youth Development Team works with disadvantaged, at-risk and vulnerable young people (aged 10 - 21 years) across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. We are passionate about supporting them to overcome challenges, live fulfilling lives and inspire change in the world around them. We support over 1,000 young people every year, placing a strong emphasis on nurturing developmental relationships with each young person through shared experiences that the young people enjoy. Youth workers work in specific geographical areas where they become embedded in the local community. Areas where we work include: Cambridge city (north, east and south including Trumpington) Sawston, Shelford and Stapleford (in partnership with SSYI) Cambourne (in partnership with CYP) Linton (in partnership with The Beacon Trust) Hampton (Peterborough) We seek to engage young people in multiple settings meaning they often engage with a youth worker more than once a week and may be involved in a wide range of activities during their time with Romsey Mill. Our work can be broadly split into two categories: Community-based, relational youth work including open-access youth groups, creative arts and music studio sessions, sports projects, youth leadership programmes, adventurous activity residentials, and enriching trips. Commissioned alternative education and early prevention support including accredited education, personal and social development courses, pastoral and individual care, transition, transfer and primary school group work. For more information, contact Jon Sanders, Youth Development Team Coordinator at [email protected], or 01223 213162.