Partners

JD Foundation

We are proud to have been chosen to be one of JD Foundation's charity partners 2019, please have a look at their website https://www.jdplc.com/investor-relations/csr.aspx

Jenny Walton

I have been a youth worker for 15 years and hold a degree in Youth and Community Studies. Over the I have had the opportunity to develop and deliver some fantastic projects and activities with young people. I am qualified to deliver and assess the Duke of Edinburgh's Award as well as holding a Mountain Bike Trail Cycle Leaders Award. 

Area Youth Worker

Jo Cameron

Jo Cameron owner of Remote HR Solutions is the HR advisor for Sacriston Youth Project.  Jo is an HR Generalist and Recruitment Specialist. Jo holds a BA (Hons) in HRM and IT, Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management and is a member of the CIPD and NECC.

 

Jo has 14 years extensive commercial experience gained in sectors ranging from Telecommunications and Financial Services to IT Outsourcing in the UK and Australia. Jo has also worked as a sole HR Practitioner within SME’s and fully appreciates the many challenges faced by management within this difficult economic climate.

 

In October 2014 Jo branched out into the Education Sector after being appointed as an Associate Lecturer for the University of Sunderland. As an HR graduate of the University Jo never dreamed that she would be returning as a member of staff!

 

Jo is currently teaching a range of Employability based sessions to second year students, bringing her experience as an HR and Recruitment Consultant to her students to help them to secure their first career opportunities.

HR advisor

Scott Lancaster

My name is Scott Lancaster and i am the Neighbourhood Warden for the Sacriston area.

I work in your area to tackle environmental problems and antisocial behaviour to improve your quality of life,

I carry out regular patrols dealing with and issues i encounter or which is directly reported to me.

On my patrol i come across many young people , which i educate about street litter, dangers of underage drinking, graffiti and other issues that fall within my remit.

if you would like to speak to me i can be contacted on 03000 261 000, 07786026882 or scott.lancaster@durham.gov.uk

Neighbourhood warden

Luke Payne

My name is Luke and I am the local PCSO for the Sacriston area. It is my job to engage with the local community to tackle issues most important to them. I enjoy engaging with youths in the Sacriston area, and I am willing to help in any way I can, dealing with any issues you may have. Please feel free to get in touch, or say hello if you see me patrolling!

County Durham Sport

Simon Alderson Accountancy

The Durham Federation

County Durham & Darlington Fire And Rescue Service

“ County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service is proud to be associated with Sacriston Youth Project which is a brilliant initiative aimed at supporting the emotional and social development of young people from the surrounding community. The role of the Fire and Rescue Service is not just about responding to emergencies, we also invest a significant amount of time and energy in engaging with local people to help make improvements within the communities which we serve. One of the ways in which we do this is through our Young Firefighters Association (YFA) schemes in which we recruit young people from the local community and train them in the skills required to become the firefighters of the future if they wish. As Young Firefighters they gain personal development, life skills and leadership development which will help prepare them for their working lives, whatever they decide to do as a career. We like to ensure that the young people within our YFA schemes support initiatives in their local communities and the Young Firefighters at Durham Community Fire Station have been actively engaged with Sacriston Youth Project and other community based projects over the last year. In this way the Fire and Rescue Service hopes to be able to help young people, whatever their background, to aspire to achieve their goals in life by providing positive role models and helping them to develop the key skills required to succeed. Working alongside the enthusiastic and energetic youth workers and young people from the Sacriston Youth Project has been a great experience for our Young Firefighters and I’m sure that this relationship will continue well into the future.”

Ronald Hogg – Police, Crime & Victim’s Commissioner, County Durham and Darlington

Altogether Better Durham

Chester-le-Street & District Area Action Partnership

LaunchPad HR

Live Well North East

Creo Creative Communications

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Sacriston Youth Project.

Charity No: 1168668

Address: C/O The Durham Federation, Findon Hill, Sacriston, Durham, DH7 6LU

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