Studley Green Youth Club

3rd May 2017, 3:42pm | By Tom |

The Studley Green Youth Club has been running for the past 15 years and is held at the Studley Green Community Centre on Tuesday evenings during term time, 7pm to 9pm.  Ages welcomed from 8 years to 18 years.

Various activities take place, including cooking, craft work, roller skating, badminton, plus some quiet games such as board games. It’s a good way for young people to make new friends and catch up with those who may have moved on to a different Secondary School, and also get involved with the community of their own peer group.  There is a Studley Green Youth Club Facebook page where notices are highlighted, which you may wish to visit.

If you know of any young people who would like to come along, or are looking for further details, please contact the organisers, Ann Allman and Angela McTavish by logging on to the Youth Club Facebook page or by popping into the Centre on a Tuesday evening.

Find out more: http://www.cc-sg.org.uk/activity/studley-green-youth-club

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