Look at what we have produced this week…

Our Wednesday sessions are a varied, eventful and fun. This week we have been creating these colourful t-shirts and carry bags. Our Wednesday Youth Club is run in association with Stockton Borough Council (YUS Project), is a FREE session and open to ages 10-19. The club is held at the BCT Hub on Belasis Avenue, …

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Volunteer Week 1-7 June 2019

As part of Volunteer’s Week BCT Aspire will be taking part in Catalyst Stockton‘s event held in a covered market in Stockton High Street, between 10:00 am ad 2:00 pm. Please call in and say hello.

To mark the event BCT Aspire would like to say a huge Thank …

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BCT at the Palace!

A big congratulations to our very own Ellie Liddle, who having been awarded her Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award through BCT Aspire was invited to attend Buckingham Palace to receive her award.  Ellie has now gone onto University and we wish her luck with her studies but look forward to seeing her during her breaks …

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BCT’s B-Active visit Billingham Cricket Club

With the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 looming, time for the BCT’s B-Active gang to find out more and to get into training… We would like to offer a huge high five to Billingham Cricket Club for inviting the group along for a great training session. HOWZAT!

B-Active is one …

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BCT will be at SIRF Community Carnival 2019

We are pleased to inform you that BCT Aspire will be once again participating in SIRF on 3rd August between 10am and 1pm.

SIRF community carnival is a colourful highlight of Stockton International Riverside Festival with this year’s festival being held between Thursday 1st to Sunday 4th August.

The carnival procession passes through …

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BCT Award Night – 1st April 2019

BCT Aspire hosted their first ever Youth Awards night on the evening of Monday, 1st April 2019 in the Theatre Suite at the Billingham Synthonia Club.

This was a special celebration to acknowledge the accomplishments and efforts of the children and young people that attend our sessions at BCT. The evening also recognised …

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