Community Works is an exciting project funded by the Big Lottery and is unique to the Scarborough area
We run a series of workshops during which young adults have the opportunity to learn practical learning skills in a variety of areas including furniture restoration and DIY skills.
We support our learners to gain new skills and build confidence in a stimulating environment
Learners are fully supported during the sessions which take place at regular intervals throughout the year.
The sessions are run by tutors who have many years’ experience of working with young people.
The project is open to everyone aged 18-25 and there are no minimum requirements to join. We welcome anyone who enjoys practical work, our groups are small and welcoming.
An exciting opportunity to buy a bespoke piece of furniture created by our young people at budget prices.
Pieces can be bought through our Facebook Page or call to discuss having your existing furniture upcycled.
If you have any pieces you wish to donate, we can pick up and drop off too.
Putting their new skills to test, our young people can be involved in worthwhile projects within the community.
If you have a community project you would like us to get involved with, contact us to see how we can help.
How it works
The work is rewarding and could be anything from a small household task to larger community project.
Community Works aims to make every learner feel valued through in-depth support and guidance. Everyone accessing the project has the same opportunities to thrive and improve their future prospects. Learners will be supported to fulfil their potential and challenge their own abilities.
New season, new start! So as September is now with us, it’s a change of season and also the opportunity to have a new start. The summer is now behind us and the weather is much cooler … it’s all change! It’s also a great time of year for anyone aged 14 years and older...
Futureworks Awards Night went like clockwork and looked fantastic!
June is here … long daylight hours … summer on the horizon … and another Community Works 12-week workshop session is due to start! Kink, our office pooch, knows when it’s time for our next workshop session as there’s the chance of extra custard creams in the biscuit...
When I started, I was very anxious and did not get on with people or do well with anxiety. Amber has done amazing, working above and beyond for me. She has helped me come out of my shell...
I would recommend Futureworks to others as I love it here, I feel so welcome and I can talk about anything with anyone."
Futureworks is an ideal place for young people to find structure and confidential support outside of the family.
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12 Lower Clark Street