Our Mission

Willingham Youth Trust (WYT) was set up in 2010 as a registered charity (no 1139104) and a registered limited company. It is a not-for-profit charitable organisation established to provide a service to secondary school age young people in the village.


Our main remit is “to advance in life and help young people through the provision of recreational and leisure time activities provided in the interest of social welfare and designed to improve the conditions of life, and provide support and activities which develop their skills, capacities and capabilities to enable young people to participate in society as mature and responsible individuals.”


Our main activities to date have been to successfully establish an annual programme of events including fun family entertainment, coding clubs and chess tournaments. The Trust is run by a Board of Trustees with volunteer helpers.

Our Team
Bonnie Twiss


Emma Mason


Michelle Louch 


Max Turville
Trustee, Director


Amanda Kirk
Management Committee


Caroline Stoneham
Management Commitee
Angela Barden
Management Commitee
Sarah Jane Wilberforce 
Management Commitee
Samantha Audley-CharlesS
Management Commitee
How we are supported - Our Board of Trustees & Management Committee

The Youth Centre has been funded, developed and continues to be supported by our Board of Trustees and a wider Management Committee.  Our Trustees all offer their time willingly to support the ongoing development of the youth centre and the delivery of exciting educational and recreational activities for the young people of Willingham and the surrounding areas. 


Our Trustees are committed to helping deliver suppprt and activity that helps the young people of Willingham have the best possible opportunities in life.


Our current Board of Trustees are:

Bonnie Twiss(Chair)

Michelle Louch (Treasurer)

Emma Mason (Secretary)

Max Turville (Trustee)


Can I get involved?

Yes -please do! We are always looking for more Members and people to help us with supporting our young people. There are various roles in which you may be able to help. From running a volunteer led club, supporting at the Youth Club sessions or helping out with the overall management of the Youth Centre. So please contactus at

Can I become a Trustee of Willingham Youth Trust?

We are actively looking to add to our Board of Trustees and fully welcome interest from those who feel they can offer support and opportunities to the Charity and running fo the youth centre. Members of the public who would like to help and support the work we do are always encouraged. We would very much like to hear from people with Fundraising and HR backgrounds.

When are the Youth Club Sessions run?

If you are aged between 10 and 13 years, why not check it out on a Wednesday evening?


Wednesdays is for years 6, 7,8 & 9 year olds and meets from 7:00 -8.30pm.


Just turn up on the night if you are interested in joining the Club. New members have to fill out a parental consent form.

Where are the Youth Club Sessions held?

The Youth Club is now based at the Willingham Youth Centre, which is located at the Ploughman Hall, Fend End, Willingham


Access is via a door on the left of the building.


We have been without a qualified Youth Worker for some time now and the Youth Clubs have had to be put on hold until we can find a qualified individual to restart them.  If you know of anybody who might be interested please contact us on


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Annual Accounts 2016/17

WYT  produced their yearly Accounts to report to Trustees, Councillors and Members on the financial performance of the Trust. These can be made available upon request: