We employ five part-time staff and an excellent volunteering team and our base is the Tysul Youth Centre (left, originally the Peniel Wesleyan Chapel). During the last twenty three years we have provided a broad range of services including an evening youth club, a daytime drop-in facility and a NEET (not in education, employment or training) project for young people aged 10+ to encourage progression in to mainstream education, training or employment. 

Our work hinges around personal and social development in an informal setting, and we are guided by the Youth Work curriculum for Wales.  We work with the statutory Youth service and take part in activities with other Youth groups; local community, environmental and volunteering projects further a field.

Young people are encouraged to participate, to be actively involved in decision making processes and where possible, to assume responsibility for organising and delivering the programme. Whenever possible we provide a bilingual service and young people converse in the language of their choice.

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We are a member of Wales Council for Voluntary Action, Youth Cymru, CAVO (Ceredigion Association of Voluntary Organisations), Ceredigion Youth Organisations Forum, Carmarthenshire Young Peoples Partnership and Llandysul & Pontweli Ymlaen.