• Fundraising Calendar 2017

    We are incredibly proud to announce that in 2017 we are celebrating our 15th year in operation. To celebrate this milestone we have put together a calendar of fundraising events to enable as many local businesses and members of the community as possible to get involved.

  • Come to one of our DROP IN Sessions.

    We are holding DROP IN sessions for; Job Search and Computer Skills Monday 2.30pm-4.30pm  and Wednesdays  9.30 am- 11.30 am. Family outreach worker DROP IN  on Wednesdays 10am- 12 noon. Come along and get some parental support and advice on all aspects of family life.

    Thirsk computer class, Thirsk jobs, Thirsk information, Thirsk Advice, What's on in Thirsk, Thirsk learning, Thirsk Parents support,
  • Youth Volunteers needed.

    We are currently seeking volunteers for our Youth Cafe. If you have a few hours a week to spare, or need some experience in the sector Please contact  info@theclock.org. or pop in to talk to a member of staff.

    Clock Staff
  • The Clock AGM 2016 Video

    Our Annual General Meeting took place on the 14th November 2016. We have made a video for those of you  who couldn't attend, just so you don't feel left out...

    The Clock AGM video, Thirsk Clock, 2016

Hello and welcome to the website for The Clock.

The Clock is an independent charitable organisation which delivers services to young people and adults across North Yorkshire.

Services include:

  • Support
  • Activities
  • Learning Opportunities
  • TLC

The Clock’s Values and Ethos

  • The Clock will encourage a culture of mutual respect
  • It will develop an open, non-judgemental environment
  • It will challenge discrimination
  • It will promote the employment of young people within the organisation and with agencies and businesses with whom it contracts

The Overall aims of The Clock are to:

  • Provide a safe place for young people.
  • Facilitate social inclusion for all young people.
  • Provide opportunities for skills development in the wider community.
  • Encourage all users of The Clock in personal, moral spiritual, physical and emotional development.

 

CODE OF CONDUCT

 

What you can expect from us

Respect from all members

The right of all members to be listened to and have their views acknowledged

Recognition to confidentiality within safeguarding guidelines

To support the empowerment of all members, enhance their rights and encourage their responsibilities.

Respect their values.

Staff will only use appropriate language and behaviour.

Impartial information, advice and guidance

To run the organisation in a safe way

 

 

What we expect from you

 

Respect to all staff and members.

Respect to the residents of St James Green.

Follow the code of conduct.

Take care of Thirsk clock’s resources.

Help to keep Thirsk Clock a safe place.

Do not abuse equipment or resources.

Refrain from any forms of sexual behaviour.

Refrain from any forms of physically abusive behaviour.

Refrain from threatening or bullying behaviour.

Refrain from any dangerous or unsafe behaviour.

Do not use derogatory comments to anyone.

Do not enter the building under the influence of alcohol.

No swearing or thoughtless/ inappropriate behaviour

 

We hope that you will be satisfied with the services we offer, however we welcome any suggestions. If you are unhappy with the service we deliver then please follow our grievance policy, which is available on our welcome board at the entrance of the building.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Clock - Thirsk

Church Hall
St James Green
Thirsk
North Yorkshire
YO7 1AQ

Tel: 01845 524 494
E-mail: info@theclock.org

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