Y2K’s Healthy Living project offers young people the opportunity to take part in various activities and educational workshops surrounding their health. The Healthy Living Project is funded by the Robertson’s Trust for the next three years. The project focuses on giving young people the opportunity to take part in a 12 week programme during which the focus is on how we can ensure we live healthy, happy lives. This involves lots of fun, physical activities, healthy cooking and educational workshops. The topics covered range from mental health to equality and alcohol and drug awareness. Our main aim is to give young people an understanding of what a healthy lifestyle is and give them the opportunities to gain new experiences. The Healthy Living project runs twice a week, Tuesday and Thursday 5pm to 8pm. One of the sessions is an educational based session with various participative workshops and the other session is a physical based activity ranging from basketball to outdoor combat! Any young person who is interested in finding out more about living a healthy lifestyle is welcome to sign up to the project.