MAYDS Community Cinema
Mid Argyll Arts Association
Cancelled due to COVID -19
MAYDS is collecting old mobile phones, old jewellery (plastic, wooden, metal), and old money British or foreign as a new and innovative way to raise much needed funds. If you have any of these items lying around please bring them in or we can collect.
For more information, please contact MAYDS on:
01546 603 231
Providing Information and Accessible Youth Friendly Services
Mid Argyll Youth Development Services
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) | Update Saturday 5th June 2021
MAYDS board, Management and Staff are continuing to follow the latest advice for youth work. MAYDS are now permitted to run indoor groups. Restrictions apply to specific age groups (see link below)
If we can help with anything or you just want a chat please get in touch!! We are available to speak with via social media, phone, website or twitter.
Stay safe & look after each other.
ABOUT THE PROJECT
Mid Argyll Youth Development Services (MAYDS) is an award winning charity organisation with a focus on providing a wide range of recreational, educational, social and learning opportunities to young people between the ages of 0 and 25 years old.
We offer a diverse range of Projects and Programs that incorporate working with young parents and their children, young carers and their families, young people not in employment education or training young offenders and your everyday average young people.
The Project was established in 2002 and is run through grant funding from sources such as Big Lottery, Robertson Trust, and Children In Need, Henry Smith etc. It is overseen by a Manager and has a robust team of Youth Work Staff. The Services centre is based in Union Street Lochgilphead where they have their own building which consists of a large hall, IT Suite, Kitchen and rentable offices. There is full disable access. The Centre is open Monday to Friday 9 to 5 pm and Monday to Saturday 5.45pm – 10pm for our drop-ins.
In 2010 MAYDS was selected from the whole of Scotland to work with the Scottish Parliament in recognition of the work they do with hard to reach young people. For the Service this was a great achievement and honour. Then in 2011 were selected by the Scottish government as only one of three projects across Scotland to participate in their wave of change project. This recommendation came from HMIE who saw the value and impact of the work we done in the local community.
MAYDS works locally with many partners including social work, Lochgilphead Joint Campus, Substance Misuse Forum, Police, Council Youth Services Team, Argyll Drugs Partnership, and SDS to create a safer place and better opportunities for young people in the area.
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