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Dreamworx - Lowestoft

Dreamworx is an active organisation that provides a drop in centre service for all people between the ages of 10 - 13 years, giving them the option and opportunity to get involved with what is happening within their community. Providing a voice for young people, they gain experience from volunteering at community events to learn new skills varying from gardening to being part of a committee group. This service will give young people the chance to develop social skills in a safe setting and gain the confidence and ability to take part in their communities.

We run 3 Drop In's a week they are as follows;

Tuesday evening (Year 5 & 6) - Gunton Baptist Church, Montgomery Avenue, at 6.30pm - 8.00pm.

Thursday evening (Year 5 & 6) - Boston Lodge Youth Club, Boston Road, at 6.30pm - 8.00pm.

Friday evening (Year 7 & 8) - Boston Lodge Youth Club, Boston Road at 6.45pm - 8.00pm

Entrance fees of £1

Membership form must be filled in before entry for every young person attending.

We are currently running 14+ Young Leaders course, in which they are trained and volunteer within the drop in and in the local community as an when needed throughout the year. For more information on this contact -

Who to contact

Andy Dorning
Project Manager
01502 537798
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Signpost Gunton
Montgomery Avenue
NR32 4DZ

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Dreamworx - Lowestoft
Signpost Gunton
Montgomery Avenue
NR32 4DZ
Area served
North Lowestoft
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Days & Times

Please contact us regarding our opening times and further services.
Session Information
We run 3 Drop In's a week they are as follows;

Other details

Cost Details
£1 Entrance fee for young people
Referral required?
Age Groups
Children (5-11), Young people

Accreditation website
Accreditation details
Dreamworx are now full accredited to the Suffolk Children's University (SCU)


It is a street based youth project aimed at 8-13 year olds in North Lowestoft from families suffering from social and economic deprivation/exclusion, under-achievers (often excluded from school or have ASBOs), have learning/behavioral problems, are members of street gangs / street families, who do not fit into existing structured provision, who find themselves alienated from their local community or peers, or are at risk of offending. The project is non-stigmatising aiming at the young people as individuals and based on need rather than ethnic origin or other labels. This inclusive perspective will be monitored through the life of the project. The detached workers will engage with young people on the streets, where the young people are congregating. They will also be offered to local Middle Schools for curricular and non-curricular activities. The Project will help young people their dreams and ambitions. Their volunteering activities will gain them tokens toward organised outings, special events, trips etc. We will seek sponsorship from local businesses for these activities. The young people will gain confidence, a sense of responsibility and social skills by being involved in the leading and delivery of the project. They will receive certificates of achievement through their involvement and through mentoring. Volunteers will be empowered so that the project continues after the initial three year period.

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