Leagrave Youth Work Action Group (LYWAG)
LYWAG receives no regular annual funding. By giving just as little as £20 you can make a real difference in ensuring our activties continue.
LYWAG is run entirely by volunteers. By giving a few hours every month you can play your part. We have a range of opportunties from those who can help for one day supervising activites or those who would like to become involved in organising activities or events.Volunteering with LYWAG you can join a dedicated and great team from a diverse range of backgrounds. To find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can promote your company at the event by sponsoring an activity or stage. For as little as £60 you can sponsor a bouncy castle. From £300 you can sponsor a stage. As well as enabling us to celebrate the talents of young people and bring the community together, we can promote your company both to the hundreds of people attending the event and on thousands of flyers distributed throughout the town
WHY BECOME INVOLVED?
‘When I was young there was nowhere under 18’s could perform. LYWAG gave us a chance to play in front of an audience and encouraged our talent. It helped inspire me to go to university to study music which I now teach in a local school. Every year I return to volunteer and help run the sound desks. ‘ Matt
When you have a couple of kids, even free events can be really expensive but the fact all inflatables are free means we can stay for the whole day. There are lots of activities and different types of music. It’s definitely one of the highlights of our summer. (Jane, Young Mum)
‘The young people all really enjoyed performing and participating in the activities available. It helps bring together the different groups within the community.’ Keith Guy, Music Teacher, Downside Juniors
A unique Festival in that it has young people at it's heart. It is doing some of the most joined up youth work because of this festival day and it's support in the area (informal and uniformed organisations work with
young people) Dean Pusey Diocesan Youth Officer St Alban's