Contact Camden youth clubs

7 O'Clock Youth Club (Camden Council)

Address
London Borough of Camden 8th Floor, 5 Pancras Square c/o Camden Town Hall, Judd Street, London WC1H 9JE
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.camden.gov.uk/youth
Phone
07497 801 338
Details

Youth club for young people with learning difficulties and/or physical disabilities aged 13-19.

Open
Mondays and Thursdays from 6.30pm-8.30pm.
Location
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ARC Youth Club

Address
Alexandra Resource Centre 109 Rowley Way London NW8 0SW
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.shakonline.co.uk/arc/
Phone
020 7974 1075 (Office), 020 7624 8935 (Youth Club) 0775 726 6242 (IAG Mobile)
Details

Activities include music production, Information Advice and Guidance (IAG), football (Arsenal Kickz), snooker/pool, table tennis, art, discussions/decision making and group work sessions. ARC also delivers accredited courses with AQA and Attendance Certification ie. event management, music production, democracy and health projects. Activities during half term holidays including outdoor trips.

Open
Mon-Thu 4pm-8pm (Youth Club), Tue and Fri 4.30pm-7.30pm (Kickz Football at Rowley Way Football Pitch).
Location
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Ampthill Youth Club

Address
65 Gillfoot Hampstead Road London NW1 2JP
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
07951 521196
Details

Activities include music, drama, arts and crafts, football, badminton, table tennis, table football, opportunities to volunteer.

Open
Mon 4.30-9pm.
Location
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Bengali Workers Association Youth Club

Address
Surma Community Centre 1 Robert Street London NW1 3JU
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.bwa-surma.org
Phone
020 7388 7313
Details

Activities include social and cultural events, health and fitness training, gym, dance workshops, pool and table tennis. Also offer accredited training including the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme. Work in partnership with Camden Council's Youth Service on a number of outcome focused projects for young people. This ensures that our beneficiaries are able to utilise youth provision at the Surma Centre.

Open
Young Men's Session: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 5.30-8.30pm. Young Women's Session: Tuesday 4.30-7.30pm.
Location
View location map for NW1 3JU
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Camden Afghan Community

Address
Haverstock School 24 Haverstock Hill London NW3 2BQ
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
07508 202183, 07900 990705
Details
Run supplementary school and youth clubs including language classes for young people in Farsi, Pushtu and Arabic, classes about Afghan culture, support with National Curriculum core subjects. ESOL classes for adults. Also provide social opportunities for parents and carers, advice and guidance support and translation/interpreting. Afghan link workers to Camden schools to support Afghan students and parents.
Open
Supplementary school: Sat 11am-2.30pm.
Location
View location map for NW3 2BQ
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Camden Chinese Community Centre Youth Club

Address
9 Tavistock Place London WC1H 9SN
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.camdenccc.co.uk
Phone
020 7388 8883
Fax
020 7383 2886
Details
Activities include Friday sport sessions at the Mornington Sports Centre, Saturday revision group, Saturday martial arts club, Sunday Pak Mei kung fu and lion dance training, origami club, cookery workshop, annual dragon boat festival race. Volunteering opportunities.
Open
Fri 4pm-6pm; Sat-Sun 1.30pm-5.30pm.
Location
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Castlehaven Community Centre

Address
The Haven 23 Castlehaven Road London NW1 8RU
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.castlehaven.org.uk
Phone
020 7485 3386
Fax
020 7267 5762
Details

Programme of events and courses for the local community. Please see our website for more information.

Open
Office open Mon-Fri 10am-6pm.
Location
View location map for NW1 8RU
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Corams Fields Youth Resource Centre

Address
93 Guilford Street London WC1N 1DN
Website
www.coramsfields.org/
Phone
020 7837 2609
Details

Youth Centre with accredited courses including IT training, sports, arts, drama, music, mentoring and fitness. Provides young people with advice and information. Victims of race/faith hate crime can report it on this number and the staff will pass the information to the police.

Open
Mon-Fri 1.30pm-7.30pm.
Location
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Corams Fields and the Harmsworth Memorial Playground

Address
93 Guilford Street London WC1N 1DN
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.coramsfields.org/
Phone
020 7837 6138
Details
Children's playground, adults only permitted with a child or as part of a sports team. No dogs. Play equipment for different ages. Paddling pool. Small animal area. Under 5s provision: Colonnades Under 5s drop-in, Peacocks Under 3s drop-in, Coram's Fields Nursery (3-5s). Over 5s provision: after school and holiday playschemes, after school and holiday dance and sports coaching programme. Youth Centre with structured programmes for ages 13 and over. Adult provision: halls for hire, sports facilities for hire: football and hockey in winter, basketball and netball (2 courts) all year.
Open
Open every day except 25-26 December; Winter 9am-Dusk, Summer 9am-8pm.
Location
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Dragon Hall

Address
17 Stukeley Street London WC2B 5LT
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.dragonhall.org.uk
Phone
020 7404 7274
Details
Community centre activities run by a variety of providers. Hall and two meeting rooms for hire. Free ESOL classes with creche, monthly tea dance, Zumba classes, tap-dancing classes, yoga in pregnancy, yoga, pilates for over 40s, seniors choir, kung fu, under 5s drop-in, Brownies, youth club for 8-19s. Holiday playschemes for 8-13s during all holidays except Christmas.
Open
Hall available Mon-Sun 9am-10.30pm.
Location
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Fitzrovia Youth in Action

Address
Basement 66-68, Warren Street London W1T 5NZ
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.fya.org.uk/
Phone
020 7388 7399
Fax
020 7388 7399
Details

Youth and community project. Activities include football training and involving young people in community projects.

Location
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Fresh Youth Academy

Address
25 Bertram Street London N19 5DQ
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.camden.gov.uk/youthservices
Phone
020 7974 2161
Details

We offer a range of one-to-one and group work support, programmes and activities for young people aged 13 to 19, and up to 25 for young people who have learning difficulties or disabilities, focused around personal and social development, including skills and confidence for learning and work.

Programmes: life skills and healthy lifestyles, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Arts Award and other accredited opportunities, drop-in sessions during weekday evenings, activities during school holidays, disability project. Facilities: gym, music studio and IT suite, juice bar and kitchen and a multi-purpose hall.

For more details about Camden youth support services, please visit www.camden.gov.uk/youthservices

Location
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Gateway Club Seniors

Address
37 Greenwood Place London NW5 1LB
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.camdensociety.co.uk
Phone
020 7482 6323
Fax
020 7284 2706
Details
Clubs running on Mondays and Tuesdays. Club with social activities including trips, games, bingo and movement. Limited transport can be arranged.
Open
Mon, Tue 7.30pm-9.30pm (term-time).
Location
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Haven Youth Club

Address
23 Castlehaven Road London NW1 8RU
Website
www.castlehaven.org.uk
Phone
020 7681 8643/8641
Fax
020 7681 8642
Details

The Haven Youth Club is for 13-19 year olds and runs a programme of activities including: music studio, cooking, arts and crafts, dance, sports and games. The youth building has a dance studio, a recording studio, counselling room and access to a floodlit sports pitch. A monthly programme is available on the website.

Open
Music sessions Mon 4-6pm, Wed and Thu 6.30-9pm. Drop-in sessions with different types of activities every week.
Location
View location map for NW1 8RU
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Ingestre Community Centre

Address
Ingestre Road London NW5 1UX
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
ingestrecc.blogspot.com/
Phone
020 7267 0281, Youth Club only: 07539 392378
Fax
020 7267 2505 (Answerphone and fax)
Details

Pre-school alliance playgroup (2-5s). After school club (5-10s) Wed-Thu 3.45pm-5.45am; Holiday and summer playschemes; Youth Club (13-19s) Wed 6.45-9.45pm. Shotokan karate (5-Adult). Good Neighbour scheme which offers practical help in homes with gardening, organises social activities and outings Apr-Sep. UK Online Centre with free drop-in, contact the centre for further details. Email for Youth Club: iryc@ymail.com.

Location
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Kentish Town Community Centre Youth Project

Address
17 Busby Place London NW5 2SP
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.ktcc.org.uk
Phone
020 7482 3212
Fax
020 7482 4173
Details

Offers a range of activities for young people including urban art, music and DJing, pool, Wii and Nintendo, internet access, advice, support, CV and university application support, support getting provisional driving licences and applying for compulsory basic training (for motorcycles and mopeds), cooking, day trips, healthy living advice, table tennis, and other activities.

Open
Tue and Wed, 6.30pm-8.30pm.
Location
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Kilburn Youth Station (Camden Council)

Address
20-22 Kingsgate Place London NW6 4TA
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.camden.gov.uk/youthservices
Phone
020 7974 2161
Details

Kilburn Youth Station is for young people aged 13-19 years old (up to 25 with learning difficulties or disabilities), offering personal development activities 5 days a week. Provides gym room with boxing equipment, a chill out room, pool table, cooking, a computer studio with multi media programmes, information, advice and guidance, accredited courses, training events, youth forums, school holiday programmes, trips and residential breaks and youth volunteering schemes. Also offers one to one support to young people needing additional help.

We offer support across the following wards (local areas): Hampstead Town, Belsize, Frognal and Fitzjohns, Fortune Green, West Hampstead, Kilburn and Swiss Cottage. For more information about the current programme, please contact the centre. For more details about Camden youth support services, visit www.camden.gov.uk/youthservices.

Part of the Camden Integrated Youth Support Service.

Open
You can phone us from Mon to Thurs, 5.30 to 8.30pm.
Location
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Kings Cross Brunswick Neighbourhood Association Youth Work

Address
Marchmont Community Centre 62 Marchmont Street London WC1N 1AB
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.kcbna.org.uk
Phone
020 7278 5635
Fax
020 7837 0027
Details

Detached youth work team working with local young people at the centre and with other youth groups in the catchment area. Activities include residential breaks, sport, education support, under 14s group, a girls' group and a six day youth work programme. Also runs employment and training advice sessions for young people 16+ years.

Open
Youth centre Mon, Wed and Fri 6.15pm-8.45pm; outreach team operates in the area on Mon, Tue and Thur 6pm-9pm. Weekend provision, outreach Sun 3pm-6pm; football drop-in 6.30-9.30pm and young women?s Friday Football 6-7pm at the Calthorpe Project.
Location
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Maiden Lane Youth Club

Address
156 St Paul's Crescent London NW1 9XZ
Website
www.camden.gov.uk/maidenlaneyouthclub
Phone
020 7267 9586
Details

Youth club. Organises various workshops including employment and training, discussions, and socialising.

Open
Sessions held Mon, Fri 6.30pm-9.30pm.
Location
View location map for NW1 9XZ
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P3 Navigator Kilburn

Address
Navigator Kilburn 12-22, Kilburn High Road London NW6 5UH
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.p3charity.org/
Phone
020 7328 7172
Fax
020 7372 1764
Details

One stop shop for young people including; a purpose built recording studio, the Well Being Clinic (counselling service), youth projects and accreditation, the Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual project, schools based workshops, advice and information service (welfare benefits, careers, employment and debt), housing and homelessness service and the e-Learning project teaching basic IT skills.

Open
Advice Service open Monday 10-5.30pm, Tue-Fri 10 - 6pm.
Location
View location map for NW6 5UH
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Parliament Hill Youth Centre

Address
Highgate Road London NW5 1RL
Phone
020 7485 7077
Fax
020 7485 7002
Details

Activities include drama, performance arts and trampolining.

Open
Tue 3.30pm-6pm.
Location
View location map for NW5 1RL
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Pirate Castle

Address
Gilbey's Wharf Oval Road London NW1 7EA
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.thepiratecastle.org
Phone
020 7267 6605
Details

The Pirate Castle is a boating and activities charity based in a unique, fully-accessible community centre on the Regent's Canal in the heart of Camden Town.

Canoeing, kayaking and canal boating are core to our work and we strive to tackle disadvantage, challenge exclusion and support the more vulnerable members of our community through all that we do. Our raft of adventurous recreation, outdoor education and training initiatives nurture life and social skills, improve health and wellbeing and bring people together through active participation - regardless of their ability or personal circumstances. Our community centre also provides affordable spaces where people can run their own events, projects or activities.

We offer:

  • Kayaking/canoeing and outdoor education sessions (community, schools and private hire)
  • Community canal boat cruises and boat handling courses (community, schools and private hire)
  • School holiday activity schemes for 8-16 year olds (runs every Camden school holiday from Spring half-term to Autumn half-term)
  • Drop-in, affordable kayaking club for 8-16 year olds (twice weekly, March to end of October)
  • Adults' kayak courses and membership club
  • Childrens' and adults' birthday parties
  • Team building and corporate events

Affordable, characterful community spaces to hire for your own events

  • Main Hall (standing capacity = 120, seating capacity = 60, induction loop, wifi, projector and large screen also available to hire)
  • Club Room (suitable for meetings or events up to 30 people)
  • Smaller meeting rooms, ideal for 2-6 people
Open
Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, weekend and evening availability for pre-booked canal boat trips and community centre bookings.
Location
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Queens Crescent Community Association Youth Services

Address
The Dome 170 Weedington Road London NW5 4NU
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.qcca.org.uk
Phone
020 7419 2700
Details

Youth club, trips, residentials, workshops, advice and guidance, careers advice, sport, gym, music studio, holiday programmes and accredited training.

Open
Mon, Wed, Thu and Fri 6.30-9pm.
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SHAK

Address
Ainsworth Way London NW8 0SR
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.shakonline.co.uk
Phone
020 7624 8935, 07726 908 807
Details

Community centre that runs youth activities including an intergenerational project, accredited Music Production courses (aimed and young people who are not in education, employment or training), drop-in sessions, educational workshops (drugs, alcohol, sexual health), holiday programmes, trips, boxing sessions, gym sessions and parent support. Also has a Connexions service, with CV writing and job support.

Location
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Samuel Lithgow Youth Centre (SLYC)

Address
69-75 Stanhope Street London NW1 3LD
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
samuel-lithgow.co.uk/
Phone
020 7388 5244, 020 7692 0186
Fax
020 7388 5244
Details

After school club (4-12 years), Junior Youth Club (8-12 years) and Senior Youth Club (13-19 years). Seniors activities include fitness classes, gym, IT classes; badminton and smoking cessation, healthy living and well-being; BME activities include sports, fitness, aerobics, crèche and IT; activities for the unemployed include gym, IT, crèche, sports, training, employment and advice. Building is also available for hiring during weekends for private functions. Regents Park After School Club use the same building (until July 2012).

Open
Mon-Fri 9.30am-9.30pm.
Location
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Sidings Community Centre

Address
150 Brassey Road London NW6 2BA
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.sidings.org.uk
Phone
020 7625 6260, Children's Centre 020 7624 0588
Fax
020 7625 6260
Details

Community centre with various spaces available for hire. Children and young people's activities include Early Years Children’s Centre plus adventure soft-room drop-ins for parents and under 5’s, youth club, after-school, school holiday playschemes (5-12’s), Gymboree music and dance (term-time). For adults there is a UK Online Computer Learning Centre and term-time community education programme, ESOL classes, Chantraine dance for older people, adults and teenagers, Pilates classes, volunteer and student placement opportunities. Sports hall and Maygrove Peace Park Multi-Use Games Area.

Open
Mon-Fri 10am-6pm and some evening and weekend activities. After school club meets Mon, Wed 4.30pm-6.30pm (term-time only).
Location
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Somali Community Development Trust

Address
62A St. Pauls Crescent London NW1 9XZ
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3489 4404
Details

The trust offers three days per week open door advice session giving advice and information on welfare benefits, housing and utility. Somali Link Worker works with parents, schools and community groups to address issues facing school pupils in several schools including: Regents High School and Parliament School. Volunteer advice and advocacy for Somali refugees and asylum seekers in their mother tongue including interpreting and translation: contact Mr M. Hassan.

Open
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 9.30am-2.30pm, Closed for lunch time 12.30-1.30pm.
Location
View location map for NW1 9XZ
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Somers Town Community Centre

Address
150 Ossulston Street London NW1 1EE
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.somerstown.org.uk/
Phone
020 7388 6088
Fax
020 7388 6088
Details
Community Cafe offering freshly cooked food at affordable prices 8.30am to 3.30pm. Youth Club Wed evenings 3.30-9pm for 11-19yrs, 18 place community nursery (on site), extensive under fives Sure Start funded programme of activities, 6 ESOL classes, non-contact boxing class Mon 4-5pm for 5-11 yrs, Pascal Theatre Group Tue 4-6pm, yoga, NVQ2 Childcare course, healthy eating courses, older persons luncheon club.
Open
Mon-Fri 8.30am-9pm.
Location
View location map for NW1 1EE
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Somers Town Youth Centre

Address
134 Chalton Street London NW1 1RX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7974 8257 / 56 / 4957
Details

The centre offers support and services to young people aged 13 to 19 and up to 25 with learning difficulties and disabilities. We also run some services and activities from South Camden Youth Access Point (SCYAP) and the Surma Centre. We aim to provide tailor-made support for young people and their families to stay safe, be healthy, succeed in education, employment and training and play a positive role in their communities. Early identification and response to emerging problems for young people and families is also one of our key priorities.

Programmes include: Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Arts Awards, first aid, compulsory basic training (for mopeds) and other accredited programmes and projects, drop-in youth centre sessions, table tennis, non-contact boxing, gym, football, go-karting, cinema, volunteering, drug and alcohol awareness, area-based youth forum, mentoring and one-to-one support to address individual and family needs, homework clubs, young women’s project, disability project.

For more details on Camden youth support services, visit www.camden.gov.uk/youthservices

 

 

Open
Daytime: Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm. Evening: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 6.30 to 9pm.
Location
View location map for NW1 1RX
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South Camden Youth Access Point (SCYAP)

Address
82-84, Cromer Street London WC1H 8DG
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.camden.gov.uk/youthservices
Phone
020 7974 8257, 020 7974 8256, 020 7974 4957
Details

Offers support in finding education, employment and training to young people up to and including the age of 19. Benefits advice and registration for Jobseekers Allowance and Work Based Training/Apprenticeships for 16/17 year olds. Support for young people with housing, leisure and health issues. Offering a range of positive activities, including football, gym, girls groups, trips, residentials and volunteering opportunities. Part of the south area youth hub.

Open
Daytime: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10am to 5pm. Evening: Tuesday and Thursday, 5.30 to 8pm.
Location
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St Marys Centre

Address
Parish Office, St Mary the Virgin Church Elsworthy Road London NW3 3DJ
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7722 3238
Details

Youth and community provision working with other statutory, voluntary and community organisations to run activities and programmes in the surrounding area. Including mother and toddler groups; various youth clubs and open sessions; mentoring and outreach at Haverstock School; detached youth work; mentoring and football coaching at St Paul's Primary School and involvement in Hampstead and Gospel Oak Youth Inclusion Support Panels. Also seeking to expand work with young people, young people with disabilities and special educational needs and older people once redevelopment work is complete.

Open
Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, See website for full details of all session times.
Location
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St Peters Italian Catholic Youth Club

Address
136 Clerkenwell Road London EC1R 5EN
Phone
020 7713 5913
Fax
020 7837 9071
Details

Youth club activities include football, pool etc, television available. It is not necessary to be Italian or Catholic. The Italian language is encouraged.

Open
Fri 8pm-11pm, Sun 11am-2pm.
Location
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Swiss Connection

Address
The Swiss Church in London 79 Endell Street London WC2H 9DY
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.swisschurchlondon.org.uk
Phone
020 7836 1418
Details
Various events for different age groups. Social gatherings, organised tours, trips and discussions, music and arts events. Outings and other activities take place on weekends.
Open
Office hours Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm.
Location
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Thanet Youth and Community Centre

Address
Malden Hall Herbert Street London NW5 4HD
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.thethanet.com/
Phone
020 8127 1313
Details

Community centre run by volunteers. Sport and physical activities, self help groups, drama and dance activities. Receives no direct grants from Camden, except for Discretionary Rate Relief.

Open
9.30am until 9pm, 7 days a week, all year around.
Location
View location map for NW5 4HD
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West End Youth

Address
Dragon Hall 17 Stukeley Street London WC2B 5LT
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.dragonhall.org.uk
Phone
020 7404 7289
Fax
020 7405 4918
Details

Youth club. Activities include discussion groups, trips, healthy lifestyle sessions, sports, games, opportunities to volunteer. Holiday playscheme every school holiday and half term, except Xmas.

Open
Mon 6.45pm-8.15pm (young women), Tue 6.30pm-9pm (13-19s), Thu 6.30pm-8pm (8-12s), 8pm-9.30pm (13-19s).
Location
View location map for WC2B 5LT
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Winch Youth Club

Address
21 Winchester Road London NW3 3NR
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
thewinch.org/
Phone
020 7586 8731
Fax
020 7911 0412
Details

Activities and groups every day for young people aged 11-25. Check the website for details of activities. Across all sessions, there are a range of options for activities including: boxing, gym, fitness, art, craft, music, games, consoles, dance machine, developing social enterprises, fashion and cooking. Also run The Company for 18-25 year olds who would like to set up their own business, working with them to provide a learning programme, business mentor and residential learning opportunities, with the chance to pitch for investment in their business plan. Also offer one-to-one support for individuals who have complex situations and might need an advocate or mentor. Develop other sessions/projects based around peer groups suggestions and requests.

Open
Mon-Fri, 9am-9pm.
Location
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