Opening St Michael’s Court in Gloucester and The PATHWAY HOME

On Tuesday, October the 11th 2022 we opened our new building in Gloucester at St Michael's Court. This is a very exciting time for YMCA Cheltenham as we expand our services in Gloucester. St Michael's Court consists of 3 separate units of accommodation. The building was officially opened by Dame Janet Trotter DBE, CVO. Number...



YMCA Cheltenham Annual General Meeting 2022

On September the 28th we held our Annual General Meeting for the year. We invited over one hundred people from the local community including our members, staff and local dignitaries such as the Deputy Lord Lieutenant for Gloucestershire Guy Disney MBE, Alex Chalk MP and Dame Janet Trotter DBE CVO. We gathered to review the...



YMCA Statement: HM Queen Elizabeth II

On behalf of YMCA Scotland, YMCA Ireland and YMCA England & Wales:   “It is with great sadness that the YMCA family across all four nations acknowledge the passing of Her Majesty The Queen. “As we recognise this grave loss, we are reminded of Her Majesty’s selfless devotion to our nation and to the Commonwealth, providing…



Number 3 Development – Women Leaving Prison

What we will provide Our vision is to utilise Number 3 to accommodate vulnerable single women leaving prison aged 18-35, offering them sanctuary and a safe place to start rebuilding their lives. YMCA Cheltenham in cooperation with The Nelson Trust (our referral pathway partner) intends to purchase and redevelop Number 3 to provide 4 x...



YMCA Cheltenham vs Man vs Fat

YMCA Cheltenham 7 - 1 Man vs Fat   On Sunday 1st of May at 2 pm at Oxstalls Sports Centre Gloucester, the two teams kicked off a friendly match. The game started with Man vs Fat defence stopping many swift attacks up the wings by the younger on average YMCA Cheltenham team; consisting of...



Urgent Help Needed #FeedCheltenham

Urgent help is needed for food supplies for the food pantries in Cheltenham. Please see the information leaflet in this post about the food pantries and opening times in Cheltenham. Please keep reading for some ways you can help and why. Sarah Avery has been at a food network provider meeting this morning and the…



Celebrating the work of Natasha Clarke

“It is really important that even for those that may not want our help, we can still show their value and dignity as human beings.” We want to say a big thank you to Natasha Clarke, Housing Support Worker in Vittoria Road Cheltenham, for her outstanding work. Natasha was able to secure a grant for…