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Bristol Youth Links provides high quality, safe and reliable services for children and young people aged 8 to 19 (and up to 24 for those with learning difficulties).
The council is investing over £22 million in youth and play services to ensure activities are joined up and effective. Bristol Youth Links brings together this wide range of services, such as youth groups, play services, advice and guidance, and support to help young people volunteer and get involved in their communities.
Where to go and what to do in Bristol
Go Places Do Things (13-19 year olds)
Go Places to Play (8-12 year olds)
A council team, based at City Hall, monitors the Bristol Youth Links contracts and provides support to the organisations delivering services. To contact one of the Bristol Youth Links Advisors please see our Contacts page.
Youth centres and adventure playgrounds
For an update on the council-run facilities affected by the new Bristol Youth Links services, visit our Community Asset Transfer page.