Youth Activities

Youth Club

Our weekly youth club is open to all young people within the age limit. Our friendly bunch of local young people participate in Youth Social Action programs such as keeping your community clean.

Youth Social Action: Campaign on issues that will make a difference to young people’s and the local community’s social development and personal enjoyment.

Fundraise for the youth club and the football club. Away day activities, picnics, seaside trips and theme parks.

For a registration form contact us on: info@ameinacentre.co.uk

Weekly Activities

  • Youth Club | 6-11

    25th July @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

  • Youth Club | 12+

    25th July @ 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm

  • Youth Club | 6-11

    1st August @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

  • Youth Club | 12+

    1st August @ 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm

  • Youth Club | 6-11

    8th August @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

  • Youth Club | 12+

    8th August @ 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm

Thursdays

Age 5 – 11
18:00 – 19:00

Age 12 and over
19:30 – 20:45

Holiday Club

Our holiday youth activities are dedicated to indoor and outdoor fun for young people ages 8 to 18.

Our activities include away days and adventure weekends to support young people’s personal growth and development by broadening young people’s lived experiences.

Indoor activities include art, drama, cooking, film making, games and much more.
Outdoor activities include sports: tennis, basketball, rounders, athletics, girls’, and boys’ football, caring for the environment, growing our own fruits and vegetables.

All activities are planned and delivered by young people for young people.

Ages 8 – 18

Planned by young people, delivered by young people, for young people

Ambleside Girl’s football

If you’re age 5- 12, love playing football and are looking for somewhere to develop your skills or just to have fun come along and join us. Our weekly girl’s football practice sessions are led by girls. Our girls have the freedom to play for fun or to compete in a team.

We are continuously recruiting girls from the local community to become more involved in sports but, to also meet new people, make new friends and expand their social skills. Training is also available for young ladies who are looking to get a UEFA endorsed football coaching licence.

Young Changemakers

The young changemakers programme is an opportunity for 16 – 25 year old’s from racialised communities to design and deliver their own social action projects to create a lasting impact. The program empowers youths to be able to speak up and have a say on their own and their peer’s mental health.

The program is delivered in partnership with UK Youth the Centre for Mental Health and the Diana Award.

Various trips
Hosted various trips to different locations such as Theme Parks, Activity Centres, and local outdoor activities

Youth hosted events
Hosted events such as the annual youth BBQ for meeting new friends and strengthening the community.

Ages 16 – 25

Supporting racialised communities