SUPPORTING YOUNG PEOPLE 

AFFECTED BY BULLYING

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Action 4 Bullying Was Born

Action 4 Bullying was the idea of our founder David Turner, who himself experienced bullying as a child and into his teenage years. In 2014 David met John Fisher, Action 4 Bullying’s project manager who took the lead on developing David’s idea in to a sustainable and exciting project. Together they spent several months putting plans in motion and applying for much needed funding. They ran a trial 1 week holiday project in October 2014 with a small pot of funding from the local council.


At the end of 2014 the project was awarded £10,000 from The Big Lottery Fund to develop a youth club to support 11-19 years olds who are affected by bullying. In February 2015 Jack Dromey MP For Erdington launched our twice weekly youth club at Erdington Baptist Church. After recruiting a team of volunteers and securing various other post of funding the youth club continued to run alongside activities during most school holidays.

Registered Charity 

In April 2016 Action 4 Bullying became a registered charity and continued to go from strength to strength and has supported nearly 50 young people to date.

Funding Update And Moving Premises

In June 2016 Action 4 Bullying was approved for a Children In Need grant of just over £60,000 which secured the project for 3 years. In December 2016 Action 4 Bullying moved premises to Malcolm Locker Youth Centre in Erdington and is continuing to run their twice weekly youth club and holiday provision. 

About us

We've loved every minute of our journey

About A4B

Action 4 Bullying is a registered charity in based at Malcolm Locker Youth Centre in Erdington. We support young people aged 11-19 who are experiencing bullying. We offer a safe & supportive environment where they can take part in activities such as dance, drama, sports, art & crafts, cooking, trips, Martial Arts and a wide range of other activities. Our projects are staffed by a friendly & experienced team of volunteers.


Our youth club & holiday programs offer victims of bullying somewhere they can access essential help, advice & support while meeting new friends and taking part in fun activities


The project aims to promote confidence, self esteem and social interaction by offering a safe & supportive environment where young people can express themselves without fear of being bullied.


We aim to reduce the effects that bullying has on the young person's life early on to avoid any lasting long term effects.

Our mission

To provide support & activities to young people who are effected by bullying


Our vision

A community that understands the distress that bullying causes and where all victims of bullying get the support they deserve