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Young Greenwich is a place for people who want to have fun, meet new friends, learn new skills and fulfil their potential.Young Greenwich is aimed at 10-19 year olds, or up to 25 for those with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities.
With over 400 sessions a week, activities are free and takes place in four main youth hubs, through our partners, open spaces, parks and recognised programmes such as the Duke of Edinburgh’s award.
Mobile:0208 859 8880
Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) empowers communities and changes lives by improving health, education and employment and reducing crime.
Address: Training Ground, Sparrows Lane, London SE9 2JR
Phone: 020 8850 2866
Barnfield big local
‘Our vision is for a community that works as individuals and together to make Barnfield a place of which we can all be proud.’
Ensuring there is a strong residents voice and bottom up approach
Developing more interaction among residents to further build cohesion
Working with children and young people as a priority but also to support the engagement of their parents
Expand the residents voice with the council and other partners using the structures developed to date through the Big Local Partnership process to feed in residents views and build residents leadership
Monday - Saturday
Sunday - Closed
The Barnfield Hub, Herbert Road. London SE18 3BD
TEL : 020 8836 9166
Royal borough of Greenwich
Their core values of success, harmony, excellence and justice underpin everything we do. Their goal is to release the full potential of all our young people by offering them a journey of discovery and inspiration. They want them to go beyond what they ever thought possible, fully preparing them to take their place in society and to change the world for the better.This could no be done without them.
Address:The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, Woolwich, SE18 6HQ.
Telephone:020 8854 8888
St Giles Trust
People held back by poverty, exploited, abused, dealing with addiction or mental health problems, caught up in crime or a combination of these issues and others.
They show people there is a way to build a better future – for themselves and those they care about -and help them create this through support, advice and training.
Telephone: 020 7708 8000
Address;Georgian House, 64-68 Camberwell Church St, Camberwell, London SE5 8JB