Did you know...
Aspire groups are attended by approximately 100 young people every week.
Playgroup has had the highest number of children with Child Protection Plans and CAFs - the indicators that identify high need or at risk children.
Young Parents Programme has the only Young Father’s designated worker in the county of Cambridgeshire supporting 90 young fathers.
Alternative Education work with 760 young people, supporting their progress into education, employment or training.
What makes Romsey Mill different
Our work is long term, relational and needs-led. We work with participants to develop their skills and to enable their progress towards training, work and positive involvement in the community.
Other ways to support
Romsey Mill wants to carry on responding to the needs of vulnerable and disadvantaged young people and families in Cambridgeshire. To maintain our current work, and to reach more people, we need the help of committed supporters.
You can help by giving time or money. Or both!
We have opportunities for you to volunteer, to raise money through sponsorship or regular giving, or to support us as a business.