Silver Street, Bristol BS1 2AG
0117 204 7338
The Station is a state of the youth hub for all young people in central Bristol. Housing a performance space, recording studio, media suites, cafe, business centre and a range of support services.
We aim to:
- Help you overcome any problems you face
- Give you the chance to try new things
- Get people from across Bristol working together and making friends
- Show off your talent and contribution to the rest of Bristol and beyond!
OPENED: 19 -21 October 2012, with a weekend long extravaganza.
The Station is a place where you can try new things, get away from the pressure, meet people, discover your talent, and get the advice and support you need.
The Station itself is run by Creative Youth Network, but also houses lots of other organisations including:
- 222 Project: Bristol City Council project for Year 11 young people, who have come out of the mainstream schooling system.
- Basement Studio: a youth work music and radio charity.
- Brook: the UK’s leading provider of sexual health services and advice for young people under 25.
- Laser Fusion: Laser Tag Adventure at its best! (aka - Laser Quest)
- Off the Record: provides free specialist mental health support for young people 11-25.
- Young Bristol: a youth driven charity that works to offer a choice of opportunities and experiences for all young people.
You can find their contact details on our website:www.thestationbristol.org.uk
Creative Youth Network is proud to be part of Bristol Youth Links and provides services for young people in both East and West Bristol.
Other partners include Bristol Playbus, KidsCo, Basement Studios & WECIL
Follow Bristol Youth Links on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Bristolyouthlinks or Twitter @BristolYouth
Promising Bristol talent was showcased at a festival staged by young people for their peers. Hundreds of people attended the inaugural VYBE (Vibrant Youths Bristol Event) Fest at Bristol youth centre, The Station. There were seven hours of nonstop activities across two stages, with acts including Bristol favourites Laid Black and Dub Mafia headlining on the main stage. The outdoor picnic stage was headlined by busking legend Mr Woodnote and St Paul's star Buggsy. A most eye-catching feature of the festival was mass powder paint fight, which saw festival-goers showered in an array of colours.
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