Supporting the development of a strong, diverse and vibrant children and young people’s voluntary and community sector.
Worcestershire County Council’s guide to children’s services
Get involved in volunteering throughout Worcester. All the info and answers are here!
We are the new Parks Play Rangers Fatima Kemili and Bridget Hill. Our role is to promote play in Cripplegate Park and Brickfields Park (King George V) by organising regular activities for children and young people.
Our project is funded through the Big Lottery which has also funded additional play equipment such as a zip line and a giant matrix slide in Cripplegate Park and an I-Play and gym exercise equipment in Brickfields Park, plus much more.
The Sports Development Department is the over arching body responsible for developing and delivering a wide range of sports to Schools, Youth /Community Centres, Parks, Clubs, Sport Centres/Complexes and Open Spaces across the City of Worcester.
The City Council’s community development programme is concerned with helping local people tackle local problems at a local level.
Site of Worcester City Councils services and information
Exciting volunteering award scheme in the UK for 16- 25 year olds.
Find out about volunteering in Worcester through the V experience, fun squads and volunteer centre.
Children of all abilities are able to chose toys to take home to play with then bring them back and swap them for something new. With over 6000 pieces of equipment to choose from, the Toy Library is every child’s dream- and what’s more- the loans are free to the BTL members!
Information on Children’s Centre’s
Skills Active works across the UK leading the development of playwork education and training for all those working with children and young people.
The place to find out about the events going on in Worcester. You can also submit your own event.
Play England’s aim is for all children and young people in England to have regular access and opportunity for free, inclusive, local play provision and play space.
Playday is the annual celebration of children’s right to play.
A fantastic community facility offering groups and activities for 0 – 100 year olds
The Free Play Network is a network of individuals and organisations, which aims to promote the need for better play opportunities for children.
4Children is the national children’s charity – for children and young people, 0-19. 4Children works with Government, local authorities, primary care trusts, children’s service providers, and children and parents to ensure joined up support for all children and young people in their local community.