The young people in the Drop-in have had an action packed half term break.

Starting off with a games day on Monday. Many games of Jenga, Uno and dominoes were played as well as a new game called Tallulah taught to the team by one of our new volunteers.

Tuesday was spent in a more relaxed manor enjoying pizza and popcorn while watching The Lion King in the family room.

Young people were able to burn off some steam at Cattle Country on Wednesday with everyone braving the drop slides, meeting the animals and even ice skating!


A busy day in the Drop-in on Thursday with more pizza, pool, table tennis and listening to music.

Friday included the final trip of the holiday with an afternoon out at the 10 pin bowling centre.

Finally on Saturday our Patron Mary-Jess Leaverland joined the team to run a song writing workshop for a group of young people. A great day was had by all.

Youthworker Annie said “look out in the future as we definitely have some great artists in our midst!”

Staying at home in Social Isolation is taking its toll on all of us. Whether you’re a young person struggling with learning at home and missing your friends or a parent trying to juggle the demands of working from home and educating your children, The Door understands where you’re coming from. We are the leading youth charity in Stroud with nearly 30 years experience of supporting young people and their families when times get tough. One of our highly skilled professionals is there for you.

In order to protect the identity of the young person /parent in our stories some details including names and places may have been changed

Super Half Term