GALLERY 2018-2021

Horbury Breakthrough Youth Club having fun and games at Netherton's Jubilee fair on Hartley Bank Community field on Saturday. A massive thank you to Jack Foulds for helping out all day... 

Record Success for Free Family Fun Day - Saturday 28th May -

Horbury Churches Together, in the 7th year of their Family Fun Day, broke all their previous records. 500 people attended the event, most being families wanting a great afternoon out without breaking the bank. The total was at least 200 people more than any previous year. The atmosphere was very much of community and, on a surprisingly kind and warm day, a Whitsuntide Community Cake 3 feet long by 1 foot wide was cut at 3pm by Reverend Kim Williams of Horbury Methodist Church. The cake was devoured in less than 30 minutes! Held at Horbury Academy the bumper event included a Bar B Q, refreshments, Bouncy Castles, Archery, Field Games, Kite Making and Flying, Hook-a-Duck, Crafts, Music and 3 Facepainters! It was so busy that the Hook-a-Duck ran out of prizes and the cake stall sold out! John Walter, Business Manager for Horbury Churches Together said "It was a big effort from a large number of volunteers, our 8 churches and our sponsors, but the joy on the adults and children's faces all afternoon made it more than worthwhile. This event just grows and grows. Be there next year and join in!

Outdoor games and team building activities & Cardboard costume making!

A bike ride and lot's more!

It was great seeing everyone after so much isolation and now it is back to school!

We will see you all again very soon!!!

photography competition announcement!

In our 2nd magazine edition we asked you all to submit a photo of something around lock down. Thank you so much to everyone who entered they were fantastic!

We loved the story that each photo told.


'This is Mille. Me and Millie have been on a wild ride together whilst in lockdown. Millie has kind of become my best friend. We go on long walks and short walks every day , capturing memories to treasure because it won't be long and she will be gone. Let’s not think about that and just appreciate how amazing she’s is. 

Millie, 14

Beth Olsen ,16'

2nd place

'This is one of my bunnies (Freddie) when someone comes within his two metre distance! 😱' 

Kaitlin Moran, 12

3rd place

'A day at the coast'

Eva Hodgson, 12

Art competition winner!

Well done to everybody who entered our Art competition from our 1st magazine edition. It was great to see your different ideas and techniques!

1st Place by Tilly Smith aged 15

2nd Place by Lillie Auty aged 13

3rd Place by Gemma Marshall aged 16

christmas card competition!

All the entries are in and it is time to announce the winner!

WINNER: Cerys, aged 12. The winning drawing will be printed on The Horbury Breakthrough Youth Projects Christmas card this year! Well done Cerys!

2nd place is awarded to Bailey, aged 15.

3rd place is awarded to Evie, aged 13

October Activities

We had a great time over the half term going to Jump Inc, Indoor Go Karting and trying out roller skating!


A great Summer holidays was had here at the project, take a look at some of the things that went on!

Fantastic Easter!

A huge thank you to everyone who helped out or came along and joined in with all our Easter activities! Everyone had an amazing time. Check out some of the pictures in the Gallery or for a look at all of them head to our Facebook page!

october half term 2018

We had a great half term trying out some new activities!


We took an amazing group of girls canoeing on the last day before half term to show off their confidence in the water, and wow did they do great!!!

half term fun!

We started off our half term with a sleep over at the Church with lots of fun and games, We then took a trip to York Dungeons to give us all a good scare!

Not too long of the week off left but we had a great time finishing it up with some indoor Go Karting!

A little look at what we have been up to going into 2018!

We had some great fun playing games at the Christmas party! Thank you to everyone who got involved!

Prayer Space was a great place for anybody to come down, ask questions, think about world issues, take a break or post a prayer request. The year 7s came through as part of their lessons while studying Christianity.

Performing Arts have been experiencing a lot going down a real Coal mine at the National Coal Mining Museum and talking to a bevin boy who used to work in them! They are using their experience to work with music and recording equipment to produce a radio ballad.

The guys doing Duke of Edinburgh showing off their new equipment donated by the Rotary club!

Back to school

It's that time again when everyone is heading back to school! We have had a great summer and hope you have too! Here's a look at some of the things we got up to. Check out more on our Facebook page!

Looking forward to see what the next year brings!