Kenyon's Café has been well attended by young people since its inception and operates drop-in sessions for young people of high school age, proactive and reactive needs based support & summer holiday daytime openings where possible.

We provide young people aged 11 - 18 somewhere to go, something to do and someone to talk to.

Our comfortable, relaxed setting helps strengthen the professional relationship between young people and youth workers. This leads to young people confining more openly with their youth workers, who in turn are able to offer advice and guidance on current issues affecting their lives in order for a young person to make a more informed decision.

We believe that access to our facility should be available to all young people in our community. That's why our drop-in sessions have free entry, ensuring that everyone can benefit from the resources and opportunities we provide. We believe a free to access policy helps to remove barriers of accessing support and provides a positive distraction from anti-social behaviour.

Partners & Supporters

We are proud to collaborate with the Isle of Man Youth Service, Isle of Man Constabulary, and local schools to serve the best interests of young people. Together, we strive to create a supportive network that nurtures growth, fosters community engagement, and promotes positive outcomes for everyone involved.

As a charitable organisation, our success is only possible with your valued support - from funding a project, providing services or simply supplying a new kettle. Organisations who have kindly supported us in recent times include Isle of Man Youth Service, Sure Isle of Man, Manx Lottery Trust, Onchan District Commissioners, Youth Trust, Celton Manx, CO-OP, RLC IOM and Friends of SNHS.

If you or your organisation would like to support our work please visit our donate section for more information or contact us.

Meet the Team


Martin Macfarlane Paul Ellison


Voirrey Kennaugh Jackie Fisher Andrew Macfarlane

Area Youth Worker

Emma Macaulay (DESC)

Charity Objectives

To provide educational and recreational facilities to persons under the age of twenty five in the Local Government District and Parish of Onchan.
To provide premises where the youth of Onchan may attend to receive relief from poverty and distress or to receive education or recreational support.
To provide training and education of volunteers to provide such support.
To provide, establish, maintain or support any establishment, society or corporation which is charitable and whose objects are similar to, complement or enhanced the objects of the Company.
To do all such other lawful and charitable things as shall further the attainment of the objects of the Company or any of them.