Camden Council youth clubs

Camden Council has three youth 'hubs' (or clubs) where young people aged 13 to 19 (25 if you have a learning disability) can access support, meet with other young people and get involved in a range of activities, including games, trips out, art, cooking, sports, volunteering, accredited (short qualification) courses and workshops.

Somers Town youth centre

134 Chalton Street London NW1 1RX

We are open Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm by appointment.

We are also open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 6.30 to 9pm – but please check before coming in.

Some of the activities at Somers Town Youth Centre include:

  • Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Arts Awards, first aid, compulsory basic training (for mopeds) and other accredited courses and projects
  • drop-in youth centre sessions
  • table tennis, non-contact boxing, gym, football, go-karting, cinema
  • volunteering, drug and alcohol awareness, Youth Forum (group discussions)
  • mentoring and one-to-one support for you and your family
  • homework clubs
  • young women’s project.

Find out more

Email: anthony.edwards@camden.gov.uk or joanne.peet@camden.gov.uk

Contact: 020 7974 8256 or 020 7974 4957

 

 

Fresh Youth Academy

25 Bertram Street London N19 5DQ 

We are open Monday to Friday, 11am to 5pm by appointment.

We are also open Monday to Thursday, 6 to 9pm – but please check before coming in.

Some of the activities at Fresh Youth Academy include:

  • Life skills (including cooking and being healthy)
  • The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Arts Award and other accredited courses
  • One to one support and guidance for young people
  • Bike Fix projects, Arts projects, Music production, Film making and other youth led projects
  • Youth forum (group discussions) and volunteering
  • Workshops (including sexual health and drug awareness)
  • Drop-in sessions
  • Activities during school holidays including trips/visits and residentials.

Find out more

Email: Mukith.Miah@Camden.gov.uk

Contact: 020 7974 2161

Netherwood Youth and Family Hub

5 Netherwood Street, London NW6 2QU

We are open to young people and families Monday to Friday, 11am to 4pm, by appointment. Youth club sessions run Monday to Friday, 5.30 to 8.30 pm – please check before coming in.

Activities at Netherwood Youth and Family Hub include:

  • The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Arts Award and other accredited courses
  • Arts projects, gardening, film-making and other youth-led projects
  • Youth forum (group discussions) and volunteering
  • Life skills, including cooking and being healthy
  • One to one support and guidance for young people
  • Information, advice and support on education, employment and training
  • Workshops, including sexual health and relationships, drug and alcohol awareness
  • Drop-in sessions
  • Young women and girls' group
  • Activities during school holidays, including trips, visits and residentials.

Find out more

Email: Vanessa.Simon@Camden.gov.uk or Aaron.Pownall@camden.gov.uk

Contact: 020 7974 8813

Need support getting involved?

We offer support to young people with learning difficulties who want to access our youth hubs too.

Find out more here