The roadHoG Bus Youth Project is a fully resourced double decker bus. The project not only provides a safe place for young people on the streets, but encourages and inspires young people to aim higher in life through educational activities, prayer and building appropriate relationships developed between adults and young people.

In 2009, the roadHoG Bus Youth Project was launched by Lincolnshire Youth Mission, out of local churches concern for the safety and welfare of young people on the streets in Boston and the surrounding villages. The aim of the project is to broaden young people’s horizons by providing a mobile center and a youth worker as a free resource to local schools by day and by creating a safe place on the streets by night.

Like with all project visions, there are many strands of reasoning. Here are the main reasons why the roadHoG Bus Youth Project operates:

  • Many young people in rural south Lincolnshire are isolated and often their horizons limited.
  • There are a growing number of unhappy young people due to the changing parental relationships at home.
  • Government directives ask schools to provide young people with a balanced understanding of British values with ever increasing social and religious diversity.
  • Local town and rural churches feel inadequate to support young people because of fear and a lack of desire, experience and resources.
  • There is a need to provide a place of training and inspiration for local Christians to engage with young people in the community.


RoadHog bus

RoadHog has it own website click below to visit. Below are update from that site

News from RoadHog

  • Newsletter Subscription
    by Thomas Vamplew on 16th July 2018 at 9:12 pm

    Do you want to receive our monthly newsletter automatically to your email? Please complete the form below and you will be added to the list. Many thanks, RoadHog […]

  • July/August Newlsetter
    by Thomas Vamplew on 16th July 2018 at 12:56 pm

    Please click HERE for the latest news from RoadHoG for your information and prayers. This will cover both July and August. Thank you for your ongoing support, RoadHog […]

  • Summer Shutdown
    by Thomas Vamplew on 10th July 2018 at 5:08 pm

    It’s that time of the year where we shutdown for the summer and rest ready for September. Lots of work is planned for the summer, and lets hope that this all goes smoothly over the coming weeks. The days for … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Data consent for Newsletter
    by Thomas Vamplew on 9th July 2018 at 3:06 pm

    As you are probably aware, new legislation came into effect in May which meant that we need your consent to continue holding information about you. I do hope that you will wish to continue to receive regular news from RoadHoG, … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • June Newsletter
    by Thomas Vamplew on 9th July 2018 at 3:01 pm

    Please click HERE for the late RoadHoG news for June. Apologies for the delay. If you wish to be able to recieve the newsletter through email, please complete the below form. Yours in Christ, RoadHoG […]

  • May Newsletter
    by Thomas Vamplew on 9th July 2018 at 3:00 pm

    Please click HERE for the very very late RoadHoG news for May. Apologies for the delay. Yours in Christ, RoadHoG […]

  • BBQ 21st July!
    by Thomas Vamplew on 9th July 2018 at 12:52 pm

    Please join us on Saturday 21st July for the RoadHoG BBQ! We plan – God willing – to be at Fishtoft Playing Field – PE21 0RP – between 2pm and 7pm. We have booked the Pavilion, so no matter what … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • April Newsletter
    by Thomas Vamplew on 11th April 2018 at 12:43 pm

    Please click HERE for the RoadHoG news for April. Please be aware, the next RoadHoG Prayer meeting in on Friday 11th May at Fishtoft, NOT 7th May as on the newsletter. Thank you so much for your ongoing support. Yours … Continue reading &rarr […]