What’s On – Youth

Background Info

Malvern Cube Projects provides activities for young people aged 11-18. We offer free sessions which are fun and also provide something extra. Whether it’s learning something different, boosting confidence, meeting new friends, getting the scooter out or just relaxing, we have something for everyone.


If you have ideas about activities that you would like to see, please do let us know. Or if you would like to volunteer to deliver our service, we’d love to hear from you.


For more information, contact youthcoordinator@malverncube.com; Facebook: Twitter: @MalvernYouthy; Instagram @malvernyouthy; 07480 499176

Regular Events

  • Youth cafe run by young people for young people: every Thursday in term time 4.30-6.30
  • Youth Forum – have your say and make a difference. Last Thursday of the month in term time (end of youth cafe)
  • LGBT group – safe space to relax and share. Every Saturday 2-4
  • Thrive: young womens’ group (safe space, make friends and learn how to be good to yourself) every second Tuesday 5-7
  • Skate Jam – bring your scooters and skateboards and have a go on our ramps: first Monday of the month 5-7

All Our Events and Classes


If you have some spare time, volunteering with us will have a meaningful and positive impact on the Malvern Cube and your input will be invaluable to help us with further development.

Everyone has something to offer and something to gain from volunteering and we will value your experience and expertise going forward. How can we help you to help us?

Get in touch:  youthcoordinator@malverncube.com


Youth Activities Coordinator 

Kelda works with the team to deliver a service that meets the needs of our young people. We want to hear from you! If you have ideas for sessions or activities that you would like to see, please do let me know.

Senior Youth Engagement Worker 

Natasha leads on delivering our sessions and brings 14 years of experience of working with young people in different settings with her.

Youth Engagement Worker 

Alec supports the youth cafe and mural project. His main hobby is arts and crafts, particularly origami which he shares at our cafe sessions.