Youth Commission for Guernsey and Alderney 

Supporting  the  Bailiwick's  Young  People

Youth Club Schedules

Youth Forum for Guernsey and Alderney 


Who we are and what we're doing  



Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

from 7 - 9.45pm 


Sundays from 1.00 - 3.45pm

DofE and Prince's Trust


The Youth Commission also offers the Duke of Edinburgh's Award; and the Prince's Trust xl and Team programmes. 


Please contact us for more information.

Styx Youth Club



Mondays 4.30 - 6.00pm


11 - 14's 

Tuesdays 6.30 - 8.30pm


Quiet Club *

Wednesdays 6.30 - 8.30pm with the HUB

Project Weeks


We also run half - term project weeks for Secondary School ages. These projects are funded by Help a Guernsey Child. Please contact us for further information.

Youth Forum


The Youth Forum meet regularly to discuss issues affecting young people; but also attend events and meetings to represent the voice of young people in States of Guernsey and Bailiwick decision making. 


Please contact us for more information.

* Closed Club: please contact




The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is celebrating its 60th Anniversary! Click the logo above to find out more about the Diamond Challenge #DofEChallenge


The Duke of Edinburgh's Award provides a challenging programme of activities for 14 – 25 year olds across three levels: Bronze, Silver and Gold. D of E is celebrating its Diamond Anniversary in 2016!


Each award is split into 4 sections: including volunteering, physical skills and expeditions. Participants take part in weekly activities, for up to 12 months. 


D of E aims to inspire, guide and support young people in their self-development and recognises their achievements: it is offered to all young people across the Bailiwick either directly through secondary  school, through our “open groups” or through other organisations including the Army Cadets, Boys Brigade, Youth Justice Service and Les Nicolles Prison.

The Prince's Trust is celebrating its 40th Anniversary. Click the image above to watch ITV's recent Documentary with Ant and Dec #TrustAt40


The Princes Trust xl Programme runs in 4 of the local high schools. XL is a personal development programme for young people ages 13 - 19, which provides them with the opportunity to practice teamwork, communication and presentation skills, career planning, community projects and undertake work experience.


The Team Programme is aimed at young people aged between 16-25 who are currently out of education, employment or training, giving young people an opportunity to gain new skills and qualifications as well as building confidence and self esteem. During the 12 week programme participants will take part in a UK based outdoor residential trip, work experience and a community project.

The Youth Forum are actively involved in this year's States Election. Who will you vote for? Or what woud you stand for if you were a politician?! #votegsy


The Youth Forum is a group of young people from across the Bailiwick who represent the views of their peers and issues important to young people. The Youth Forum engages with business and community leaders, senior civil servants and politicians.


The Youth Forum’s primary focus is to provide a voice for young people within the community, and to ensure that young peoples’ voices are heard by those making strategies and decisions, including the 2016 States Election.


About Us

Our Vision


Our vision is a Bailiwick where all young people reach their full potential. With the right support and opportunities we can help them to become the best that they can be and fulfil their potential as adults in the future. 


Our aim is to ensure the highest quality provision for young people across our islands. We want to ensure that more young people have access to shape and engage with positive activities that support their personal and social development. 


We act as un umbrella organisation for the youth sector generally, supporting mny other charities and groups working with children and young people in the Bailiwick. By affiliating many organisations under one entity we can ensure that there is a clear voice for the islands’ young people, and a clear voice for those groups working with young people.  

Our Mission 


Our mission is to provide safe, supportive environments where young people can experience new opportunities to overcome barriers, develop skills and build confidence. 


We recognise the importance of the opinions of young people and have set up a Youth Forum to enable us to gather their feedback. This not only helps us to improve our services and meet future needs but also to influence wider social policies.


Through an innovative partnership with the Education department, we are contracted to deliver services throughout youth clubs, schools, bespoke settings and via outreach, mobile and street based work.


Our ethos is needs-driven so we aspire to provide gold standard services that make a differences to young people and their futures.

Our Values


Young people first: We believe young people are at the heart of everything we do. 


Trust: We must be reliable and consistent to win the trust of young people and communities. We recognise that everything we do will shape perceptions. 


Respect for others: We listen to, respect and value the needs of young people and their voices.


Empowering: We invest in young people so that they can grow into responsible, contributing and self-reliant members of society. 


Partnership: We work together with communities, businesses, statutory services and the voluntary sector.


Find out more about us ...


If you would like to register for one of these training courses, please submit your name, email address and the name of the course/s you are interested in.


We will send you further information and confirm your place on the course.


Alternatively, please download the Training Calendar (below) for more information. 

We offer the Bronze, Silver and Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Awards; and also Supervisor and Assessor Training for group leaders.


We provide free Emergency First Aid Training with Delta Training; and a Level 2 Food Hygiene Certificate (delivered by the Guernsey College of Further Education).


We also host Coaching courses for the Ministry of Entrepreneurship (MOE). 

We provide a  number of FREE training courses for all Bailiwick staff and volunteers working with young people . 


We provide Level 1 Fundamentals of Youth Work Course, Level 2 Child Protection Training, and the YMCA Accredited Level 2 Youth Work Practce courses.


These courses are taught by a JNC qualified Youth Work Manager at the Youth Commission.

Thank you. We will be in touch soon.


Contact Us

Click the club logos to view on Google Maps




Cleo Thomas is our part-time Youth Work Manager based in Alderney. Juniors and Senior Clubs meet at Aspire Youth Club.



e  t 07839 771100

Aspire, Les Buttes, Alderney


Youth Commission Head Office 


Roddy Winser

Chief Executive Officer


m 07781 121048


Dave Le Feuvre

Chief Operating Officer


m 07781 121071


Fran Browning 

Office Administration (Training, Events, PR)


t 01481 756099 ext 7545


Jody Horne

Support Officer (Reception, Resources, HR)


t 01481 756099



Youth Commission for Guernsey and Alderney

Les Ozouets Campus

Les Ozouets

St Peter Port



Youth Commission Board of Directors


Jane St Pier (Chair)

Wayne Bullpitt (Vice Chair)

Karen Gamble

Denis Mulkerrin

Peter Neville

Andrea Nightingale

Robert Sillars

Julian Winser


The Caves Youth Cafe


Lisa Oates manages the Caves Youth Cafe, and delivers accredited YMCA Youth Work and Child Protection Training. 




e  t 07781 136812

The Caves, Upper Mansell Street,  St Peter Port, GY1 1LY




The Youth Commission and the HUB work closely alongside each other and are governed by the same Board of Directors. 


  t 01481 724421  m 07781 122959

The Bordage, St Peter PortGY1 1BP

LOC and Playscheme


Clive De La Haye manages the LOC Youth Centre  and Playscheme; both situated at the Youth Commission, Les Ozouets.


e  t 07781 109615

Les Ozouets, St Peter Port, GY1 2UB


Duke of Edinburgh's Award 


Our D of E Manager, Claire Cathcart, is based at Les Ozouets. Claire liaises with all secondary schools and D of E Centres across the islands.



t 07839 108106



Emily Bookless is our part time Duke of Edinburgh's Award Support Officer.



t 01481 756099 ext. 7544


Les Ozouets, St Peter Port, GY1 2UB

Prince's Trust Team 


Joe Charlesworth is the Prince’s Trust Coordinator and TEAM Leader. He is based at our office inthe Bordage, St Peter Port.



t 07839 700145

2 Cord du Bordier, the Bordage, St Peter Port 


Prince's Trust XL


Blair Howitt coordinates the Prince’s Trust XL Programme for all local high schools.



t 07839 700147

Les Ozouets, St Peter Port, GY1 2UB

Outreach and Projects 


Outreach is managed by Grace Thoumine. Outreach visit the Kindred Centre, Les Genats, Le Bouet, St Martin’s and St Peter Port. Grace is based at Les Ozouets.



e  t 07839 290390

Les Ozouets, St Peter Port, GY1 2UB

North and Space


Aaron Davies manages the North Youth Centre, and the Space.


e  t 07781 109350

North Youth Centre, Les Moyes, Vale, GY3 5DR

Space, 2 Commercial Road, St Sampsons, GY2 4PQ



Emma Backhouse manages the Juniors, Seniors and the Quiet Club sessions, which meet at Styx Western Community Centre. 




t 07839 700146

Styx Western Community Centre, Route du Longfrie, St Perre du Bois, GY7 9RZ

Youth Forum 


The Youth Forum regularly meet and attend events across the Bailiwick. The Youth Forum is coordinated by Aaron Davies.



e  t 07781 109350

Les Ozouets, St Peter Port, GY1 2UB




t 01481 756099



Get the 41/42 and get off at the Rohais; then walk down Collings Road to Les Ozouets


Or get the 51/52 and get off at Collings Road and walk to Les Ozouets

Accessible Taxi Service

07781 178178


01481 756099



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