There will be a sale of plants for funds for the YMCA on Friday 14th June from 10-00 am. in the Community Garden at the back of the YMCA. Mens Shed will also be selling some of their work. Come and visit our Garden. All welcome.
With the completion of the work on the outside of the gym our Community Garden is ready for you to come along and spend some time either admiring the fine plants or sitting in the sunshine, or just having a chat with friends in our secluded area. No fees are charged just come and enjoy.... Read More
The Broughty Ferry YMCA will once again be represented at this years Gala Week at Castle Green. We have a stall on the day and are looking for any items of soft toys, bottles, any left over Christmas presents!! etc for our Tombola stall. If you can help please drop them off at the YMCA... Read More
There are places available for anyone interested in coming along to spend their Thursday evenings at the YMCA. If you are fed up and are looking for something to do come along. You will be most welcome.
Work has now been completed on the outside of the gym making it completely wind and water tight. Thoughts are now looking to improve the interior of the building. This may be a longer project.
This is a small lounge area and a kitchen area measuring 3.4mtrs x 3.6mtrs and 3.1mtrs x 2.4mtrs respectively. The lounge has two small sofas which are sturdy and approved by the Autistic Society and is fitted with sensory lighting in the form of a curtain. It has a window and blinds and has black... Read More
Recently the defibrillator outside the YMCA was called into use when a member of the Mens Shed took a turn. An ambulance was called and the defibrillator was made ready. Fortunately the person recovered and the defibrillator was not needed. The defibrillator is available 24 hours a day and access and instructions can be easily... Read More
The next stage of development of the YMCA is a major project for the improvements required for the Gymnasium. The listed building is set to have a complete external improvement to bring it up to standard. The work begins on the 7th January and will take 12 weeks to complete. Already thoughts are looking to... Read More