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Current Projects

Working together as a partnership has led to a number of collaborative projects to address local needs including funded youth sessions, activity sessions for primary schools, parental support, and peer support for young people.

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Cullompton Youth Development Partnership

Cullompton Town Council, Involve Mid Devon, The John Tallack Centre Trust, and Space Devon have worked together to secure a sustainable model of delivery for Youth Work sessions in Cullompton. A Youth Worker and assistant youth worker are now in post and run twice weekly sessions for young people with regular activities for Yrs 7-8 and Yrs 9-18 yrs old.

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Active Reach - Play-based physical activity sessions (7-9 yrs)

Active Devon have partnered with Willowbank Primary School to create Active Reach, a series of FREE activity sessions after school and during the holidays to encourage physical activity through play. Parents of children aged 7-9 yrs can sign up to FREE and stay for coffee, cake and peer support.

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The Culm Valley Youth Link Worker scheme is funded by the GP practices within Culm Valley Primary Care Network. Experienced link workers meet 1-1 with young people aged 11-18 to connect to local support and opportunities to improve wellbeing. For more information please see our CYP Link Worker page.


Parental Minds - Parent Support Hub

Parents and Caregivers can access 1-1 support, low cost counselling and peer support groups through Parental Minds, delivered in partnership with Culm Valley Primary Care Network. For more information see our Parental Minds page.

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Resilient Young Minds - Nature-based Wellbeing Sessions (11-16 yrs)

A partnership between College Surgery, Cullompton Community College and GP & Educator Dr Lucy Loveday to pilot & deliver a Train the Trainer model of of Resilient Young Minds, a Nature-based Health Inequity Social Prescribing Project for up to 16 young people at a local secondary School. The full report including our evaluation will be published soon.

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Mental Health Peer Support Groups

(11-16 yrs)

CYP Link Workers are working with Cullompton Community College piloted a project to run small group education and peer support sessions for young people who self-harm. Feedback indicates this is valued by young people who reported improvements in peer relationships and self-esteem.

Projects: What We Do

Past Projects

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Health & Wellbeing Talks (2020-21)

A series of free online talks for children, young people, and adults, created during the COVID-19 lockdowns.

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Yoga in Schools (2020-21)

Wellbeing & Yoga Classes for primary and secondary pupils and staff in Cullompton.

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Cookery Classes for Young People (2022-23)

Themed cooking classes for young people aged 11-16 yrs, delivered at the local youth centre.

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