Splash

Established in 1989 Splash provides free, positive activities for young people facing ‘challenges in their lives’.  Splash provides a fun, supportive, encouraging environment where young people can have new, positive experiences, make friends, develop skills and increase their confidence and self-esteem.

Splash

Formed in 1989 to divert young people from anti-social behaviour, Splash now supports young people aged from 9-16 years who are facing challenges in their lives.
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What we do;

Provide free to access positive activities for young people ‘facing challenges in their lives’ during every school holiday period.

Offer 1:1 mentoring and individual support sessions.

Provide volunteering opportunities for young people who wish to provide support for their peers.

IN 2018

Young people 'facing challenges in their lives' engaged in positive activities

%

of young people accessing Splash reported increased self-esteem & confidence

%

were happier and 94% reported an increase in learning and social skills

December 2019

Dec
23
Mon
Bushcraft (December 2019) @ Marlborough
Dec 23 @ 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Fun 1st Aid (December 2019) @ Devizes
Dec 23 @ 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM

Jan
2
Thu
Photo Club (January 2020) @ Swindon
Jan 2 @ 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Jan
3
Fri
Fun Animation (January 2020) @ Westbury
Jan 3 @ 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Multi-Sport (January 2020) @ Trowbridge
Jan 3 @ 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM

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“My son has realised he can make friends he’s come home and he excitedly said “people like me!” He’s realised that being bullied at school doesn’t have to impact on his whole life. Splash has also helped him improve in team work and social interaction skills. He has also realised most importantly he is not alone in his struggles”

A parent

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“I loved it, it was awesome! And I made a new friend today”

A Young Person

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“From my point of view as referrer the children who attend benefit greatly from positive attention and interaction with SPLASH staff, increased self-esteem and time to ‘be children’ away from often stressful family situations”

A Social Worker

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