We have a number of different activities and events that you can take part in throughout the year.
FREE for 11-19 year olds youth and social group (up to 25 years with SEND)
Meet up with friends, do activities or talk to someone about your worries, our group could be for you.
Open most Monday nights, at the Wootton Bassett Memorial Hall, we’re opening a FREE safe space between 7.30-8.30pm. Latest Monday dates are on: RISE Trust Instagram Page
RISE Trust Youth workers who run the sessions will also be out and about in the town, for the hour before, chatting and supporting local young people in parks and around the town.
To take part just come along! It’s FREE
FREE Christmas Lights Street Art Wall
Each Christmas we run our Street Art Wall on Royal Wootton Bassett High Street outside Awdry Bailey and Douglas Solicitors, so that you can comment, tag and create on our wall. As a result of this we can talk to a wide range of young people and offer them information about areas that we may be able to support them.
It’s FREE, just turn up to take part, you can find out more about what we have to offer and we’ll even give you chocolate when you return the pens.
- Awdry Bailey Douglas Solicitors
- Royal Wootton Bassett Town Council
- The Co-operative Funeral Service (inc Maslins Funeral Care)
- Hulbert & Woodhall printers
RWB Youth Christmas Tree Competition
When possible, we work with local children, young people and organisations to offer opportunities to be creative. Previously, we have decorated a Christmas tree that was displayed in St Bartholomew’s and All Saints Church‘s Christmas Tree Festival.
FREE RWB Rotary Youth Challenge Team
When possible young people from our committee, groups and projects have formed a team to enter the Rotary Youth Challenge. This has offered young people the chance to take part in a free day of physical and problem solving activities and challenges at Royal Wootton Bassett Academy, run by the local Rotary clubs.
If you’d like to take part please contact us email@example.com
Make your voice heard in local politics!
There are lots of chances to make your voice heard on things that are important to you, such as via the Police and Crime Commissioners Young Commissioner’s scheme and becoming a Youth Counsellor for Wiltshire Council.