The XLM National programme aims to resource and train churches across the UK to run their own sustainable
XL-Mentoring projects, through which they can invest in young people struggling with life and provide a relational response to educational failure in the UK.
Visit the new XLM website: www.xlm.org.uk
We now have training in Liverpool, Leeds, Birmingham, Wales, Exeter, Cambridge as well as London.
See dates and locations by visiting the booking page: http://xlm.org.uk/book-now
"I Refuse" T-shirts
Due to popular demand these t-shirts are back! But for a limited time only, so make sure you grab one before it's too late!
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XLP stands for “The eXceL Project”; a registered charity at the cutting edge of urban youth work in the UK. It was started by Patrick Regan in Peckham, South London, in 1996 after a stabbing in a school playground. They needed someone to speak to the kids and address the issues they were facing. Patrick, a local youth worker, answered the call. XLP now serves young people in schools and communities across seven inner-London boroughs (Southwark, Lewisham, Greenwich, Newham, Tower Hamlets, Camden and Islington).
You can find out more about who we are here.