Burton Road, Neston, CH64 9RE
0151 336 7805
NCYC on Burton Road replaced the old Neston Youth Club after 30 years of use by the Youth and the Community of the Neston area. The land in Burton Road was donated in the 1960′s for benefit of people under the age of 21.
Since closure of the youth club, research by the Neston Market Town Initiative (MTI) revealed the need for this facility. In response, the MTI, in partnership with Ellesmere Port & Neston Borough Council, Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA) and Neston Community Youth Centre Ltd (NCYC) planned this new building. Substantial financial support was also received from The Fair Share Trust, Waste Recycling Environmental Ltd. (WREN), Connexions and Project Rural Matters (Cheshire Constabulary).
The new Centre is managed by NCYC Ltd, a Company Limited by Guarantee and a registered charity.
Neston Community & Youth Centre
- Three all-purpose rooms for adult education, family learning, exercise, community and social activities (Each 40 sqm, £20 or £10/hr)
- A specially designed youth zone with social area, pool table, television and kitchen area all with own entrance (75 sqm, £30 or £15/hr)
- Fully equipped kitchens for functions and staff
- Car parking for 22 cars and a further 10 car parking spaces off site.
We have laptops with internet access, which can be hired out.
Normal hire charges are for commercial organisations and private parties, and lower charges are for classes, training and workshops and small non-profit community groups.
For enquiries and room bookings telephone on 0151 336 7805 or email
Visit the NC&YC website
Press Release February 2016
CAN Group and NCYC to Join Forces
CAN Group and Neston Community Youth Centre (NCYC) have announced they are to join forces in April in a move that will enhance the work of both community organisations, and increase opportunities for residents in Neston and the surrounding areas.
CAN Group’s Project Manager, Zaria Shreef, is moving into the community centre in March and will continue the work of CAN from there, managing well-established projects such as Neston Angels and Neston Flicks. From April, she will become NCYC’s new Community Activities Co-ordinator, working with the NCYC team to further develop community projects and opportunities for volunteers, such as Wildlife Connections, a Chester Zoo-led conservation project.
“CAN Group has been operating in Neston since 2005, and has delivered events and projects enjoyed by thousands of people, always on a very low budget thanks to the huge input of volunteers,” said Zaria, “ With funding growing increasingly strapped, the move to NCYC is a natural fit. We have always worked closely together but now we can share resources, volunteers, and expertise, and help NCYC expand its community development role. It’s a very exciting time for community activity in Neston!”
Gareth Prytherch, Centre Manager for NCYC said, “NCYC is in a strong position to support CAN Group in this move. The centre has charitable status, is operating at a profit, and CAN Group’s activities fit the community strand of our Strategic Plan for the next five years. With the Plan’s other two strands of Youth Work and Adult Learning, there will be lots of cross-pollination, with signposting between all three aspects of our work creating a better service for users of the centre.”
With the move of CAN’s Project Manager to NCYC, the Board of Directors of CAN Group will be closing the company within the year. Over its lifetime, CAN Group delivered activities such as Neston Lights ‘n’ Lanterns, the Schools Art Project and CH64 Big Lunch to nearly 30,000 local residents, with the support of Cheshire West and Chester and Neston Town Councils for many years. CAN would like to thank both councils, local members, volunteers, and all the many organisations who have supported and worked with CAN over the years.
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