Login
TwitterFacebook

Welcome to Biggar Youth Project

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED. HOPEFULLY IF RESTRICTIONS ARE EASED WE WILL BE ABLE TO RE OPEN AFTER THE SUMMER HOLIDAYS. ENJOY YOUR BREAK AND LOOK AFTER YOURSELVES. SEE YOU IN AUGUST!

We are a small voluntary group started by parents in September 1995 and still going strong! The Youth Project provides services and activities for young people aged 11 to 18 years in Biggar and the surrounding area. Our catchment area is that of Biggar High School, a vast rural area in excess of 300 square miles in southern Scotland.

In 2003 we converted the Old Cattle Auction Ring in Biggar into a drop in facility for young people. Using local tradesmen and volunteers this work took twelve months and in December 2003 we opened our doors in our permanent home - The Old Auction Ring. We haven't looked back and our current programme now includes:-

  • Study Area/Social Base for S6 pupils
  • Young Carers Group
  • Study Leave Provision
  • P7 to S1 Transition activities

Currently we are CLOSED but our Project Co-ordinator can be contacted at auctionring@gmail.com or on 07840811508.

Rugby boys!
Rugby boys!
Scotland Rugby International Scott Lawson, ex member of BYP, calls in for a chat with fellow rugby players.
Another Sports Celeb!
Another Sports Celeb!
Welcoming Nigel Mansell to Biggar during his John O Groats to Paris Cycling Trip.
REHIS Food & Health Course
REHIS Food & Health Course
Young people along with parents/carers/grans who attended our first REHIS Food & Health Course. They all passed!
Both the pool tables are always in use!
Creative Writers and Xeni their tutor
Well Done! One in ten thousand!
Well Done! One in ten thousand!
Micheal Forsyth presenting the 10,000th REHIS Food & Health certificate to one of our young people.

Biggar Youth Project is currently funded by The Robertson Trust,The Gannochy Trust and South Lanarkshire Council.

                                                                                        

site map | cookie policy | privacy policy | accessibility statement