Youth Day

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Youth Day

What is Youth Day?

Youth Day is an annual day of activities organised by young people, for young people across the city.

It aims to show the important contribution made by 11 to 25 year olds in all aspects of life in Salford.

We know our young people make a positive difference to our city - and we want to capture and celebrate this.

Youth Day 2022

Every year our Youth Day celebrations have become bigger with more young people showing the positive impact they have on their communities.

Our young people decided that the 2022 Youth Day theme was: Aim high – Build for the future.

Take a look at our week of celebrations for Salford Youth Day 2022 on our highlights video! It was great to see so many of our young people come together and celebrate the positive difference young people make to our city.

Salford Youth Service

The youth service is an informal education service, working with young people aged ten to 25 years, to ensure every young person in Salford reaches their full potential.

We have lots of great activities all year round for young people including:

  • Open youth centre sessions
  • Young Women's Groups
  • BLM groups
  • LGBTQI+ groups
  • Bike maintenance sessions
  • Youth Council
  • Duke of Edinburgh

To find out about what’s available visit Salford's Youth Zone webpages, the MyCity Salford directory or email

Salford Youth Pride and Manchester Pride 2022

Young people from across Salford’s LGBTQI+ youth groups will be taking part in Manchester Pride 2022. They are creating their own float and costumes and will be joining the parade on 27 August. We’re so proud of our amazing young people. If you want to support our young people on the day and learn more about the event, please contact

Salford LGBTQI+ youth groups

Get involved with Salford’s LGBTQI+ youth groups, these groups are safe spaces for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) young people. You can get involved in activities including trips, cooking, arts and crafts. The groups meet at:

  • Monday nights at Bridgewater Youth Centre, Little Hulton, M38 9WD, 5.30pm to 8pm
  • Tuesday nights at Eccles Youth Centre, Eccles, M30 0WY, 5.30pm to 8pm
  • Thursday night at The Beacon Centre, Broughton, M6 6QT, 5.30pm to 8pm
  • T and Toast youth group – Trans/Non binary youth group: Every third Sunday of the month at The Beacon Centre, Broughton, M6 6QT at 1.30pm to 3.30pm.
  • T and Toast parent / carers support group: Every third Sunday of the month at The Beacon Centre, Broughton, M6 6QT at 1.30pm to 3.30pm.

Email Chris Rice at if you have any questions or want to get involved.

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