The voluntary nature of relationships for young people in Swan Youth Service makes space for creativity, expression, openness, and progression. With positive relationships built young people feel safer and more confident.
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SWAN Youth Service
At SYS we teach a number of musical instruments such as guitars – half size for beginners and full size for acoustic, electric and bass guitars.
Good place to hang out!
Monday: 9am-1pm; 2pm-5pm
Tuesday: 9am-1pm; 2pm-5pm
Wednesday: 9am-1pm; 2pm-5pm
Thursday: 9am-1pm; 2pm-5pm
Friday: 9am-1pm; 2pm-5pm
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“I struggle a lot with anxiety,” she says. If there’s trouble at home, “Swan is a place I come to play music and get away from stuff”.
Tamzin (17), plays the guitar and is learning to play the piano.
“It takes my mind off everything.”
Aaron (19), started playing bass last January after three years of learning the acoustic guitar and finds music sessions to be good for clearing the head.
“I am very grateful having got the chance to work with these young people, it allowed me to challenge and develop my experiences and my interpersonal skills. The young people at Swan Youth Service made the experience very enjoyable”
Amy Boyle (23), Relief Contact Worker.