StreetReach will take place on 1st – 5th July in Carrickfergus, Larne and the surrounding coastal areas in 2020.

With a focus on youth at risk, the main activities will take place in communities where antisocial behaviour has been identified and the opportunity for healthy community action is present. 

The work will be carried out by teams of young people from across NI and further a field and in partnership with churches and community groups already working in their areas or who wish to begin new projects in the areas. 

Activities will include: street cleaning, kids clubs, community BBQs, detached youth work, mural painting and more.

On 5th July we will hold community celebration events in the town areas we have been working in.

REGISTRATION is now open for Streetreach team members


The StreetReach Team Member cost is £55:00 

If you are coming to the Summer Madness festival, we are offering an add on to your Summer Madness pass of £35:00. The price includes all meals and transport to and from your community venue for StreetReach 2020.


Summer Madness festival runs from 26th – 30th June 2020 and we would love you to join us at the festival, we will be running some StreetReach prep sessions during the festival. Camping facilities are on site at Glenarm castle.

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StreetReach will run directly after Summer Madness has concluded and will begin with evening team time on Tuesday 30th June in preparation for our first community day on Wednesday 1st July.


Teams will camp at Glenarm Castle with facilities provided. Local teams may not wish to camp but we would love all our teams to join in the evening activities and team times on site. 


Breakfast will be served on site each morning, lunch and dinner will be provided by partner organisations for teams in the community. Supper and hot drinks will be provided on the camp site during evening team times, where we will debrief and share our days experiences. 


You or your group, are responsible for your travel to Glenarm on 1st July and from Glenarm on 5th July. StreetReach will provide transport to all community days on 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th of July. If you are able to contribute the use of a mini bus or cars for your team then it would be appreciated but not expected! 


You can be part of team from age 14 if you are coming along as part of an already established group and under the supervision of that group leader*.

If you are signing up as an individual then we welcome team members from age 16, you will be assigned a team and team leader but are responsible for your own conduct as outlined during mandatory training. Under 14’s are welcome if they are coming along with their parent and will remain under their parent’s supervision for the duration of StreetReach.

All typical safeguarding arrangements apply and a copy of our safeguarding policy can be found here: Policies

*Leaders of pre-established groups who sign up to bring a team are responsible for conduct of that team for the duration of the project.


Glenarm Estate, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
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