Enrichment for Young People

We’re committed to raising aspirations and enriching the lives of young people across the Access network.

The Junction - Lowestoft

The Junction - Lowestoft

A safe space in Lowestoft, providing free advice and guidance from our welcoming youth workers.

Located at 119 Bevan Street East, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 2AG

Open Monday to Friday, midday to 5pm

You can contact the team via 07442 338440 (available on WhatsApp) or email thejunction@accessct.org

Follow The Junction on Instagram @thejunctionlwt or Facebook /The Junction – Lowestoft.

The service is supported by the Denbury Charitable Foundation.


Strike A Chord powered by Sunrise Studios

Strike A Chord powered by Sunrise Studios

Strike a Chord is a youth music project delivered by our very own social enterprise Sunrise Studios aimed at supporting 12-19 year olds residing in Lowestoft & the Waveney area of Suffolk.

Supported by Youth Music and using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

If you are a young person who could benefit from our exciting project or are the parent/guardian of someone who would like to take part you can complete our referral form here – Strike A Chord Referral Form

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Lowestoft Film Festival

Lowestoft Film Festival

Lowestoft Film Festival (LFF) was founded in 2021, by young creatives part of our very own community production company Sunrise Studios.

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Linden House - Bury St Edmunds

Linden House - Bury St Edmunds

Our purpose focused Young Persons Hub in the centre of Bury St Edmunds

Tailored to the needs of local young people and it’s surrounding communities.

Linden House is a safe space for under 25’s to seek support and guidance with practical, emotional and employability assistance.

The 3 storey building host weekly youth clubs, wellbeing sessions, young persons cafe, careers club alongside gaming, arts, crafts, outdoor learning and more. The service also provides discreet support from our fully trained Youth Team.

This project is funded with major support from The Denbury Charitable Foundation

Find us at: Linden House, 147 Kings Road, BSE, IP33 3DJ

For more info email lindenhouse@accessct.org

The BEANS Team - Neurodiversity Support (East and West Suffolk)

The BEANS Team - Neurodiversity Support (East and West Suffolk)

Belong, Enrich, Adapt, Neurodiversity Support is what Beans stands for and it is exactly what it says on the tin!

It is an early access intervention service that provides support to children and young people aged 0 to 25 who are presenting signs of neurodiversity such as autism and ADHD. We also work with the parent carers and siblings to ensure a more holistic approach and wraparound support based on the Community Circles framework.

Our team have a wealth of both lived and learned experience, we have navigated the world of neurodiversity in both our personal and professional roles and have a strong belief that the voice of lived experience is at the heart of all we do.

We have a door-ajar policy meaning children, young people and their families can dip in and out where needed and access some of our services in an ongoing manner, we do not limit the length of time the work we do may take, we understand that this will depend on each child and young persons circumstances and working at their own pace.

Our service is only available to those who reside in East and West Suffolk.

To find out more about Beans click here

Help support our services

With your support, you can help us develop new services in response to emerging community and individual’s needs. It is our goal to support the most vulnerable in our communities and be there for them
in their time of need. By making a donation, you can help us to achieve this.


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