Neston Community & Youth Centre

Burton Road, Neston, CH64 9RE
0151 336 7805

Anyone at risk of becoming homeless and in need of housing support in the Cheshire West and Chester area should contact forfutures.

Drop in Thursday 10 a.m. – 12 noon at NC&YC or call 24/7 on 0300 123 2442

We’ll give advice and signpost to the support available from appropriate partners and agencies. This will cover benefits, housing, anti-social behaviour, domestic abuse, offending, substance and alcohol misuse, mental health and learning disabilities. We’ll also support people to access learning and personal development. We work in partnership with Cheshire West and Chester Council. We also work with the Police, community safety, voluntary and faith groups, and local organisations.

More drop-in centres – see website: www.forfutures.co.uk/advice-hubs

or email

Update June 2018

We have 25 Free Courses for local people who are volunteering or looking for work.

Core Skills: English & Maths at Entry Level, Level 1 and Level 2

Transferable Skills: Emergency First Aid, Health & Safety, Food Hygiene

Working With People: Introduction to Counselling Skills, Mental Health First Aid, Substance Misuse and Safeguarding

Horticulture: Growing Fruit and Vegetables, Designing and Planting Hanging Baskets, Propagation of Trees & Shrubs

Update January 2018

Neston Community & Youth Centre have been working really hard to bring support services that people need to the town.  Working with partners, we now have a range of support available right here where you need it.

Citizens Advice West Cheshire relocated their service here, and the number of people using the service has increased by more then 300%.  So they have decided to offer a further drop-in session on a Wednesday afternoon.

On Tuesdays, P3 are offering a further drop-in for tenants in the area who have any housing issues, and ForHousing will be on hand for their tenants to come and discuss their services.

West Cheshire FoodBank relocated to the centre on Thursday mornings and have already seen a significant increase in people accessing their support.

We have recognised the difficulties people have had accessing services in Ellesmere Port and Chester, and with the goodwill of all of these organisations, we have tried to improve access to these services.

In addition, Amber Button continue to run the Work Club on Wednesday mornings providing help and support to anyone looking for work, whether unemployed or just looking for a change.

The Alzheimer’s Society continue to provide their drop-in sessions for people who are living with and caring for people living with Dementia-related conditions.  Cheshire Carers also provide support for anyone who is a Carer every month.

Each week you will find…

Monday        9am to 4pm      Citizens Advice West Cheshire              Book Appointment Now

10am to 12pm    Alzheimers Society          Drop In (Third Monday each month)

Tuesday       10am to 12pm     P3                                                                                           Drop In

10am to 12pm      Cheshire Carers                 Drop In (First and Third Tuesdays)

Wednesday  9:30 to 12:30       Forhousing                                                                           Drop In

10am to 2pm       Amber Button Work Club                                                Drop In

Thursday      10am to 12pm     West Cheshire Foodbank                                                  Drop In

Some history

Neston Community & Youth Centre replaced the old Neston Youth Club after 30 years of use by the Youth and the Community of the Neston area. The land in Burton Road was donated in the 1960’s for benefit of people under the age of 21.
Since closure of the youth club, research by the Neston Market Town Initiative (MTI) revealed the need for this facility. In response, the MTI, in partnership with Ellesmere Port & Neston Borough Council, Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA) and Neston Community Youth Centre Ltd (NCYC) planned this new building. Substantial financial support was also received from The Fair Share Trust, Waste Recycling Environmental Ltd. (WREN), Connexions and Project Rural Matters (Cheshire Constabulary). The new Centre is managed by NCYC Ltd, a Company Limited by Guarantee and a registered charity.

Neston Community & Youth Centre
Features include:

  • Three all-purpose rooms for adult education, family learning, exercise, community and social activities (Each 40 sqm, £20 or £10/hr)
  • A specially designed youth zone with social area, pool table, television and kitchen area all with own entrance (75 sqm, £30 or £15/hr)
  • Fully equipped kitchens for functions and staff
  • Car parking for 22 cars and a further 10 car parking spaces off site.

We have laptops with internet access, which can be hired out.

Normal hire charges are for commercial organisations and private parties, and lower charges are for classes, training and workshops and small non-profit community groups.
For enquiries and room bookings telephone on 0151 336 7805 or email

Book rooms on-line

Visit the NC&YC website

 

Neston Community & Youth Centre