What do we know about young people in Tiverton?

  • Approximately 6,500 0-24 year olds live in Tiverton
  • Tiverton has 3 areas in the most deprived LSOA quartile
  • 12.9% of children 0-15 are benefits dependent in Tiverton (DCC as a whole 12.4%)

Third sector agencies working in Tiverton

  • St Loyes
  • Citizens Advice
  • Tiverton Swimming for People with Disabilities
  • Twyford Spartans Children’s Ability Football Club
  • Twyford Spartans Disability Football Club
  • Children’s Clinic of Homoeopathy
  • CLIC Sargent – Mid Devon
  • Insight Dynamics
  • Kids who Care
  • Involve – Voluntary Action in Mid Devon
  • Tiverton Action 4 Youth
  • Tiverton Market Centre
  • Mid Devon Alliance for Special Children (MASC)
  • Destination Dance Al Anon MASC, Adventure playground supported by INVOLVE, marshall arts sports clubs
  • Market Centre. POINT.
  • Young Carers. Action 4 Youth (venue).
  • Army Cadets, Sea Cadets, Junior Operatics, Air Cadets Signpost (dance, sing), Willowtree (dance/sing)
  • Tiverton Adventure Playground
  • Young Devon. Host families for YP at risk
  • DYS street team
  • Young Devon. Plan B – project for YP – High Risk in need
  • MASC Tiverton Market Centre.
  • Tiverton – action 4 youth. Devon young carers. Westbank
  • CHAT. Church Action House Project

Public sector agencies working in Tiverton

  • Tiverton and District Hospital Sexual Health Clinic
  • Tiverton Youth Centre
  • Careers South West

Following face to face feedback from Devon Youth Service Staff and comments on the web site the information on this page has been updated.

1 comment on “Tiverton

  1. James Sanders |

    The information above has many of the 3rd sector agencies duplicated many time’s. MASC, the market centre, Action 4 youth and young careers are repeated lots of times.
    Having a list of agencies that are in Tiverton is useful to an extent. However it doesn’t say what they offer, how many hours do they operate or are they just offices for organisations. It would seem that Tiverton has a well stocked arsenal of third sector agencies but this fails to reflect what people are able to truly access. For example MASC offers a youth session for young people with disabilities once every 2 weeks which is fantastic. However this is far less than they were offering 12 months ago as they were also running a weekly session along side their bi-weekly session. They had to close this due to lack of funding. From ongoing conversions with 3rd sector agencies I know funding and finding new volunteers are a constant struggle and provision is shrinking.

    I feel this process would be more meaningful if it was more in-depth giving a true picture of the offer for young people in Tiverton.