Future Youth Inspired provides a range of free fun and inspirational sessions for young people aged 13-19 years, and up to 25 years for those with additional needs. We strive to provide a safe space for young people to engage in focused, topic based activities, provided by a multi agency team who are on board to offer help, advice & guidance to all young people, as well as teaching young people new & exciting skills.

Through the open access sessions we are able to provide more targeted & focused opportunities & support for young people who live on Ealing council housing estates, or for young people who are not in employment or education.

future youth inspired

some of the projects young people have worked on in northolt..

  • Peer Lead Research - Young people were trained as peer researchers and took part in collecting surveys from their peers as well as other members of the community in Northolt around safety. From there they created short documentary recording some of the things young people had to say.
  • Young people who attend FYI also were a part of the consultation group to help plan & initiate Northolt Film Club in Northolt Library.
  • Young people got creative and with the help of an artist, came up with the idea of designing individual canvas's to reflect personal identity & how they feel about the way society view them.
  • Young people were able to attend a variety of free trips over the holidays, including trips to the coast, skiing, cinema, go-karting, swimming & more.
  • for young people aged 13 - 25 years:
  • strive to provide a safe space for young people:
  • support for young people who live in Ealing Council housing estates
  • support for young people who are not in employment or education:

some of the projects young people have worked on in northolt..

  • Peer Lead Research - Young people were trained as peer researchers and took part in collecting surveys from their peers as well as other members of the community in Northolt around safety. From there they created short documentary recording some of the things young people had to say.
  • Young people who attend FYI also were a part of the consultation group to help plan & initiate Northolt Film Club in Northolt Library.
  • Young people got creative and with the help of an artist, came up with the idea of designing individual canvas's to reflect personal identity & how they feel about the way society view them.
  • Young people were able to attend a variety of free trips over the holidays, including trips to the coast, skiing, cinema, go-karting, swimming & more.
  • for young people aged 13 - 25 years:
  • strive to provide a safe space for young people:
  • support for young people who live in Ealing Council housing estates:
  • support for young people who are not in employment or education:

things to do during lockdown

Currently we are not running sessions due to COVID-19 restrictions, but keep an eye on the page by clicking the link below for useful link and things to do

For more information you can contact Kimberly Newitt on 0208 825 5654

FYI's open access program is completely FREE of charge

Young people's voices