Covid-19 Emergency

Like most organisations we have been impacted by the Government Shutdown and are currently unable to deliver any of our organised Youth Club or Street Youth Work activities. Please be assured that we are keen to reopen the Centre as soon as it is safe for us to do so and we will keep you updated on this website and through our Facebook page on what's happening.

In the meantime, please stay safe and follow the guidance given - it's there for a reason

Become a Trustee

Would you like to contribute to your community and share your life and professional skills?

Would you like to be part of a team that works with children, young people and their families to help improve their opportunities in life?

Do you come from a corporate/business background?

Have you considered a rewarding role as a trustee?

Young Melksham is a small local charity working with children, young people and their families in Melksham and the surrounding areas.

Our trustees are all volunteers made up from across the community, including some in the teaching profession and others who have different skills and talents they use to support our work. Our mission is to work as a community to provide all children and young people with opportunities to thrive, develop and participate

As a trustee, you will be responsible for the running of the charity and overseeing the employment of staff, volunteers and finances. We are looking to expand the number of our trustees to ensure that we have the skills, knowledge enthusiasm and commitment to help us develop the charity and provide real opportunities for the children and young people in the Melksham area.

Candidates from all backgrounds are welcome; we are particularly interested in recruiting trustees who have a corporate/business background with experience in fundraising, finance, marketing or working with children and young people.

We are looking for someone who can:

  • expand on our existing fundraising methods
  • build relationships with potential corporate and business donors
  • network and gain support for the charity and its cause
  • demonstrate enthusiasm and have an interest in working with children and young people
  • take an active role in the organisation

You can find our more about the role of a trustee within a charity on the Governments web site here.

Contact us

If you would like to know more, please contact Jon Hubbard, the chair of the board of trustees, for an informal chat on 01225 667327 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..