My name is Sammy and I am 25 years old. I live at Barley Wood and have been completing an apprenticeship in hospitality for the past year.
Residents, staff and volunteers from Minehead attended an event at Minehead Eye hosted by Positive People.
Having lived on the streets since 2007, Charles came to the Beach Hotel just before Christmas.
With 2019 finally upon us, YMCA Somerset Coast is making a change for the New Year, with a brand new identity and name: YMCA Dulverton Group.
This year’s Homeless Shoebox Appeal has been a great success!
My name is Alissa Erdmann. I am 16 years old and I am from Germany. At the moment I am going to a school called ‘Bischhöfliches Gymnasium Josephinum’ and I will do my A-levels in two years there.
Following lots of hard work, we are proud to announce that the annual Barley Wood Christmas fayre raised a total of £2301!
YMCA Somerset Coast’s No First Night Out Project (NFNO) is a scheme within a central government funded Rough Sleepers Initiative headed up by Taunton Deane Borough Council and aimed at changing the culture of rough sleeping in Taunton.
Excitement was in the air earlier this month when YMCAs across England and Wales came together for the ninth annual Youth Matters Awards, a dazzling evening of celebration at 8 Northumberland Avenue.
Young carers in North Somerset were invited to Bristol trampoline park, Airhop to get creative and transform one of its activity spaces.