Girls and young women aged 11 to 18 (up to 25 with special
educational needs or disabilities) are invited to a free day of
activities on Saturday 9 March, from 11am to 4pm, to celebrate
International Women’s Day 2024.
The event is at Somers Town Youth Centre, 134 Chalton Street, NW1
1RX, and is hosted by Camden's Integrated Youth Support Service. Lunch
will be provided.
Are you aged 16 to 19 and looking to pursue a career in
sport and physical activity? Camden’s Sports Education and
Training Programme is now recruiting students for their
September 2024 enrolment.
Students aged 16 to 19 and looking to pursue a career in sport
and physical activity can find
out more and sign-up
for the programme before 30 July 2024.
Find free and low-cost February 2024 half-term sport, youth, play, creative arts and cultural activities in Camden.
Girls Get Moving Monday - 12 February, 4pm to 6pm at Talacre Community Sports Centre, Dalby Street, NW5 3AF. Free session for girls aged 8 to 14 - register for your place by filling in this online form. For more information, please email...
The UK’s largest independent athlete support programme – the GLL Sport Foundation Awards – closes its applications on 20 February.
Talented young athletes from 65 areas across the UK are invited to apply for a range of support, including financial help, access to sports facilities, physiotherapy, lifestyle mentoring and mental health aid.
Now in its 15th year, the GLL Sport Foundation has so...
Children’s Mental Health Week, from 5 to 11 February, is celebrating its 10th year and organisers hope to encourage more people than ever to support the campaign to ensure no child or young person has to face a mental health problem alone.
This year's theme is ‘My Voice Matters’. Place2Be wants to empower children and young people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to work together to...