1990: Whitehaven Youth Trust was founded
1993: The café opened at The Market Hall, Whitehaven and helped 16-24 year olds with employment skills
1997: Bakewell House was purchased to house homeless 16-24 year olds
2000: The Senhouse Centre opens
2001: Whitehaven Youth trust becomes Whitehaven community Trust Ltd
2002: Whitehaven Pottery officially opened.
1 Lowther Street was purchased for new accommodation project.
2003: Whitehaven Pottery went into production and the new shop was opened
2005: Lowther Street was opened as a hostel for 16-24 year olds.
This created 4 jobs in the local community and 9 rooms for homeless young people.
2006: Kerry Maxwell wins Cumbria Woman of the Year.
2007: Big Lottery funding is awarded to the trust to help improve the mental health of the local community and to help remove any stigma towards mental health issues.
2009: Kerry Maxwell receives an OBE in the New Years honours.
2010: The trust celebrates its 20th year helping the local community.