Welcome to TS UK!
We are looking forward to our 2nd TeenStreet UK in 2023.
The Poplars, Ledbury, Herefordshire
27th July – 2nd August 2023
TeenStreet UK is open to participants aged 13-17.
If you’re 18+, come and join our Service Team!
Come and join us this summer to spend the week having fun, going deep in your faith and learning how to be bold in sharing it with others, including those who have not yet heard about Jesus!
If you come as a youth group, your Youth Leader comes for free with every 6 teens that sign up!
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What to Expect
Details of arrival day will be published soon.
Please make sure you arrive in enough time to pitch your tent if you are camping.
Once you reach the TeenStreet UK site, there will be team to direct you to where to go. Your first stop will be the registration point where you will sign in and collect your badge. Then you can head to your accommodation.
There are two accommodation options for the week:
Camping (bring your own tent)
Both options include:
- Onsite toilet and shower facilities
- 3 meals provided each full day, as well as dinner on arrival day and breakfast and packed lunch on departure day
- Access to all teaching sessions, small group time, worship, and workshops and seminars
- Bible Study manuals.
You will have an assigned area to pitch your tent, or dorm to sleep in.
Guys and girls sleep in separate accommodation and cannot enter the other’s.
There will be charging stations available onsite for those camping. If you are in dorm-style accommodation there will be plug sockets available.
Though your 3 main meals are catered for, you may want to bring some extra money for snacks.
You must not leave the TeenStreet site unless you have permission.
Every year TeenStreet UK will be raising funds for a project that works with teens. You can get involved by joining our sponsored race; each lap is roughly 1 mile long and we record how many laps you run so you can be sponsored per lap. Even if you can’t run, you can support the runners by cheering them on and high fiving them on their way round!
No pets are allowed onsite except for registered service animals. If you have a service animal, please ask your parent or guardian to get in contact beforehand. We will need you to ensure it wears a harness or lead that identifies it at all times on site.
Want to know more?
A typical day starts with breakfast, followed by Main Hall, which includes a time of worship, some games and a chance to learn about the theme for the day’s Bible Study.
After this is Shhh Time, a chance to be still and listen to what God might be telling you that day – stare at the clouds as they go past, look at the grass and marvel at God’s creation. Just shut your eyes and listen to the stillness.
During NET1 you’ll meet together with your small group to look deeper at the day’s Bible Study; there will be time to talk together and time for your own private Bible Study during that time.
After lunch, which comes next, Interact Time is a chance to go to workshops or seminars that you signed up for that morning, play games, join in with other fun activities or just hang out with friends. Get to know some new friends, or spend time with those you came with.
After dinner at NET2 you’ll meet with your small group to pray and be ready for Throne Room. During this time of worship, you’ll have the chance to go up for prayer if you would like to.
There’s more time in evening Interact Time to hang out with friends, maybe join in with some night games or watch a movie in the evenings before NET3 – a quick catch up with your small group – and then bed!
You will have three full meals provided for you during each day, as well as an evening meal on arrival day, and breakfast and a packed lunch to take with you on departure day. You may bring other food snacks if you wish, but you will not be able to cook onsite.
We hope that there will be something you will enjoy at each meal, there will be a variety of options to choose from.
If you have any dietary needs, please let us know on your registration form to ensure we accommodate these.
If you have any additional queries about food, please ask your parent or guardian to email us at email@example.com.
Yes! You are welcome to come on your own or with a friend. You will be placed in a NET group for the week for small group time including Bible studies, and your coach (small group leader) will be there to support you during the week.
If you have any friends who are also coming on their own you’d like to be in a group with, please put their name on your application form.
If you’re coming as part of a Church you, we will try and put you with your leader.
You are welcome! We will ensure that all teens are part of a suitable NET group with a coach who will look after them for the duration of the week.
For every 6 teens that come from your church, you can bring one youth leader free.
Encourage them to get in touch with us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Yes, you will need to provide all your own camping equipment. Please note the use of stoves and other cooking equipment are not permitted.