Epic Youth

All of our youth services are informal learning places of challenge, creativity, reflection and debate where you can access a range of Epic and voluntary youth centres and get support from our Achievements Team 

The majority of our services are for those aged 13 - 19 or up to 25 with a lifelong learning difficulty and/or disability (LLDD), we also have some services for under 13s and a comprehensive offer for young people with a LLDD.

Young people will be able to explore the issues that are relevant and important to them and their communities and engage in a wide range of accredited and structured activities that promote personal and social development to help achieve full potential.

Our centres are also an access point to the full range of Epic’s Health, Sport and Ambition projects and programmes and places that link to other services that we work in partnership with.

Meet The Team

Steven Hunt

Epic Youth's dedicated staff team are experienced and professionally qualified youth and community workers who come from a diverse range of social, economic and professional backgrounds.

Our four youth centre coordinators work in partnership with two voluntary sector youth provisions - Earl's Court Youth Club and the Youth Action Alliance.

The Achievement Team coordinator is responsible for the accreditation and arts offer across Epic CIC. Together we are committed to providing the highest quality services to the young people and communities we work with.