CEEP Limited


About Us


History of CEEP

In 2007 CEEP was set up to provide support to communities in setting up provision and giving expert advice. In 2008 CEEP started to look to provide youth work and community work in the West End of Morecambe in partnership of other organisations. In February 2009 CEEP recieved charity status which show its continued committment to community involvement. In April 2009 CEEP started to support the work of Lancaster Boys and Girls Club by providing resourses and Club leadership.

Steven Naylor, BA (hons), MA, MCMI - Director

Steven Naylor has been leading youth work for over 20 years and has completed a BA (Hons) and Masters in Youth and Community Development work. He also Chairs the Lancster District Children and Young people Multi Agency Forum and represents the VCFS on on the Fylde, Lancaster and Wyre Children Partnership Board.

Past experiences also includes trustee of a local branch of a major Christian Youth organisation and youth work specialist in music workshops and detached youth work. Other experience includes over five years in retail management with a NVQ2 in Retail. A quailified Play worker and hold certificates in Food Hygiene, Health and Safety, UKDBA level 2 dodgeball coach and an additional degree level Module in Every Child Matters. He also holds a CMI level 6 qualification in Management and Leadership through development of the one workforce programme and is a member of Chartered Management Institute.

For More Information please feel free to email stevennaylor@ceep.org.uk

Andrew Marshall - Director & Secretary

Andrew Marshall has studied Christian ministry and spent several years in retail management. He has over 10 years of experience in youth & community work within the faith sector including work with the homeless and vunerable adults.

He has also worked in schools promoting and engaging young people in music & performing arts. This included organising summer programmes and concerts allowing opportunity for young people to perform.

Andrew is currently working as a youth worker