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A GUIDE TO
YOUTH SERVICES
IN SOUTHWARK
services for young people
in southwark
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Bermondsey and rotherhithe
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BOROUGH, BANKSIDE AND WALWORTH
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Camberwell and dulwich
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peckham, peckham rye and nunhead
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INDEX OF SERVICES
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INDEX OF BOROUGHWIDE PROJECTS
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introduction
Welcome to our guide to activities and services for young people
in Southwark. The guide is intended for use by people who work
with, or run services for, young people aged 11 to 19 (up to 25 for
young people with special needs), though parents and carers will
find it useful too. We hope it helps you see the full range of services
on offer. Please share this information with others, and encourage
young people to make the most of what’s on offer. The information
is listed under themes, within our four locality areas – Camberwell
and Dulwich; Peckham, Nunhead and Peckham Rye; Bermondsey
and Rotherhithe and Borough, Bankside and Walworth. Some of the
projects cover the whole borough although they may be based in one
particular location. To find out which projects are borough-wide there
is a separate index at the back as well as the usual alphabetical index.
The guide was collated by the youth providers network, a group of
people who work with or provide services for young people, and
which supports youth providers in Southwark. The network has
regular meetings, and a weekly e-bulletin updates members on
current projects.
If you would like to find out more about the network, or would like
your service details promoted on our youth website, www.whtvr.org,
please contact:
The youth providers network
Southwark Council
160 Tooley Street
London
SE1P 5LX
email [email protected]
or call 020 7525 1523.
We hope you find it useful and look forward to hearing your
feedback on this booklet.
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Arts and Culture
Crime reduction
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intervention scheme
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Brunel museum
Community youth limited
DIY/Cafe gallery projects
London Bubble theatre company
Unicorn theatre
Community Centres and
support organisations
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Beormund community centre
Dockland Settlement
Southwark arts forum
South Bermondsey partnership
Time and Talents
YHA Rotherhithe
Education AND TRAINING
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Blue Anchor library
Rotherhithe library
Southwark College
Southwark Young Pilgrims
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BERmONDSE Y AND
ROTHERHITHE
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ENVIRONmENT
UNIfORmED GROUpS
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10 Surrey Docks farm
10 Young friends of Southwark park
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fAITH AND mINORITY ETHNIC
GROUpS
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Bermondsey Christian centre
City Hope church
Haddon Hall Baptist church
Hornafrik integration projects
Southwark Muslim association
Southwark Travellers education
support services
HEAlTH
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INfORmATION, ADVICE AND
GUIDANCE
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pARTICIpATION
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11 Rotherhithe youth community council
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SpECIAl NEEDS
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SpORTS
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Bacons College sports
Millwall community scheme
Seven Islands leisure centre
Southwark community games
Surrey Docks watersports centre
Whites Grounds skate park
14th Bermondsey Scout group
16th Bermondsey Scout group
20th Bermondsey Scout group
Thames Angels Explorer Scout unit
YOUTH ClUBS AND
ADVENTURE plAYGROUNDS
13 Bede youth adventure project
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detached youth project
13 Bosco centre
14 Downside Fisher youth club
14 New Venture youth club
14 Odessa youth club
14 Oxford and Bermondsey youth club
14 Salmon youth centre
14 Silwood youth project
14 Surrey Docks adventure playground
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ARTS AND CUlTURE
Brunel museum
Brunel Engine House, Railway
Avenue, SE16 4LF
020 7231 3842
www.brunel-museum.org.uk
The engine house is an ancient
monument on an international
landmark site, now a museum with
an education outreach programme.
Playschemes run during the first two
weeks of the summer holiday, 10am
to 4pm. Children’s workshops are run
on advertised Saturday afternoons.
Ages: eight to 12
Open: daily, 10am to 5pm
Community youth limited
Unit 3a, Juno Way, SE14 5RW
020 8691 9191
[email protected]
www.cyltd.org
Offers young people a range of digital
media accredited courses and youth
led projects. The centre has a music
studio, small film studio and editing
equipment which are available for
different groups to use. Some of the
accredited courses on offer are web
design, digital photography, camera
work, CGI animation and music
production.
Ages: 12 to 21.
Open: contact office for information.
DIY/Cafe gallery projects
The Gallery, by the lake,
Southwark park, SE16 2UA
020 7237 1230
[email protected]
www.cafegalleryprojects.com
DIY is a series of family learning
workshops at Cafe Gallery projects
in Southwark park. These workshops
take place on Saturdays and school
holidays. Visit the website for further
information. The project is currently
expanding to provide workshops in
the future for young people in 2010.
Ages: birth to 15. Family groups are
welcome. Open: please check the
website for details.
London Bubble theatre
company
5 Elephant Lane, SE16 4JD
020 7237 4434
www.londonbubble.org
Weekly sessions that give children
and young people the opportunity
to make theatre together, assisted
by experienced theatre practitioners
and other specialists. The theatre
company also runs a training course
for young people aged 16 to 19 to
become young workshop leaders.
Ages: six to 18. Open: Please contact the
office for details on different projects
Unicorn theatre
147 Tooley Street, SE1 2HZ
020 7645 0560
[email protected]
www.unicorntheatre.com
The Unicorn is the UK’s flagship
theatre for children and young
people. It aims to produce theatre
with the power to transform a
child’s understanding of the world
and provide spectacular learning
opportunities. All the performances
emphasise the role the arts play in
enriching children’s learning.
Ages: one to 20. Open: Contact the box
office to find out about the programme
of performances.
Right: The Unicorn
Theatre 2009 summer
youth theatre project.
Photographer Tanya Lloyd
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COMMUNITY
CENTRES AND
SUPPORT
ORGANISATIONS
Beormund community
centre
177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN
020 7237 9313
[email protected]
Services include a nursery, karate,
young people’s project, adult
education courses and elderly social
groups. The centre has a multi gym
for 18 years and over. On Thursday,
4pm to 6pm, there’s football coaching
for boys. Registration is required in
advance by calling the centre.
Ages: up to 17 years (dependent on
project). Open: Monday to Friday, 9am
to 9pm.
Dockland Settlement
Rotherhithe Street, SE16 5LJ
020 7538 3292
www.docklandsettlements.org.uk
A local community centre which
offers football, Friday youth club,
spiritual groups, Scouts and more.
All ages. Open: contact the office for
information on the different projects.
Southwark arts forum (SAF)
Unit K106, The Biscuit Factory,
Tower Bridge Business Complex,
100 Clements Road, SE16 4DG
020 7231 3222
[email protected]
www.southwarkartsforum.org
The forum helps artists, arts and
community organisations and creative
industries to have a greater impact on
their local community. SAF provides
networking, information and advice
services through events, ebulletins
and one-to-one sessions. Individuals
or organisations that wish to join can
sign up on the website.
Ages: 16 upwards. Open: please
contact the office for an appointment
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South Bermondsey
partnership
Tenda Road, SE16 3PN
020 7525 1787
The South Bermondsey partnership is
a neighbourhood regeneration
programme based on a partnership
between agencies and the local
community to improve services at a
local neighbourhood level. The
Partnership works to create better
management of the local
environment, increase community
safety, improve healthcare and
education, and encouraging economic
growth in the neighbourhood.
All ages. Open: please contact the office.
Time and Talents
The Old Mortuary
Marychurch Street, SE16 4JE
020 7231 7845
www.timeandtalents.org.uk
Works in partnership with other
organisations on a range of community
projects including befriending and
volunteer services, youth project,
young mums projects and day clubs
for the elderly. The youth project
meets every Monday night. For
further information contact the office.
Ages: 11 to 16. Open: Youth project is
Monday, 6.30pm to 8.30pm
CRIME REDUCTION
Ilderton motor project
Unit a, Deptford Business Park
Grinstead Road, SE8 5AD
020 8469 0396
www.ildertonfoundation.co.uk
Motor vehicle and maintenance
training for any young person at risk
of committing crime or excluded from
education. The day programme runs
Monday to Wednesday, 9.30am to
3pm, and the evening programme on
Monday and Tuesday 5pm to 9pm.
Ages: 13 to 25. Open: office hours
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
Juvenile fire setters
intervention scheme (JFIS)
London Fire Brigade, Room 802
Hampton House, SE1 7SD
020 7587 6334 / 6227
[email protected]
www.london-fire.gov.uk
JFIS is run by the London Fire Brigade
and works with any children up to 18
who have demonstrated fire-play or
fire setting behaviour. Both family and
professional referrals can be made to
the scheme.
Ages: up to 18. Open: contact the
office for the next course.
YHA Rotherhithe
XLP
The hostel provides budget
accommodation for 320 people from
all over the world, individual travellers
and families. Youth Hostel Association
is part of an international chain of
hostels, many of which offer courses
and packages to help motivate and
develop young people.
All ages, but focuses on five to 18 years.
Open: 24 hours.
XLP runs a project called GunzDown
looking at gun and knife crime
and how young people can make
wise lifestyle choices. It puts on
arts showcases for young people
to express themselves through
performing arts. They have a double
decker bus which they take onto
estates as a detached youth work
centre.
Ages: 11 to 16. Open: please contact
the office for details.
20 Salter Road, SE16 5PR
020 7232 2114
[email protected]
www.yha.org.uk
12 Belmont Hill, SE13 5BD
020 8297 8284
[email protected]
www.xlp.org.uk
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EDUCATION and
training
Blue Anchor library
Market Place,
Southwark Park Road, SE16 3UQ
020 7525 6303
www.southwark.gov.uk/libraries
With homework clubs, teen reading
groups, manga art workshops, there’s
more than just books in local libraries.
All ages. Open Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday, 9am to 7pm; Friday, 10am to
6pm; Saturday, 9am to 5pm.
Rotherhithe library
Albion Street, SE16 7HY
020 7237 2010
www.southwark.gov.uk/libraries
With homework clubs, teen reading
groups, manga and art workshops,
there’s more than just books in local
libraries.
All ages. Open: Monday and Thursday,
10am to 7pm; Tuesday, 10am to 6pm;
Saturday, 10am to 5pm.
Southwark College
Bermondsey Centre,
Keetons, SE16 4EE
020 7815 1500
[email protected]
www.southwark.ac.uk
Southwark College provides full and
part time courses during the day and
evening. The staff from the college
will run talks on the courses young
people would like to apply for, and on
attending college.
Ages: 14 and over. Open: Monday to
Thursday, 9am to 6pm.
Southwark Young Pilgrims
216 Upland Road, SE22 0DH
020 8299 0470
www.mayflower1620ltd.co.uk
Mayflower 1620 Ltd runs Southwark
young pilgrims. They are local
historians, consultants and tour
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guide training providers. The project
trains young school leavers, giving
them confidence and an insight into
the world of work. The project has
Duke of Edinburgh award status. It
trains disengaged students and runs
vocational projects and offers ASDAN
training.
Ages: 14 to 16. Open: Monday to
Friday, 9am to 6pm.
Environment
Community space
challenge
Office address:
1 Bradenham Close, SE17 2QA
07507 870 413
Community Space Challenge
supports young people to transform
the environment where they live.
Activities have included creating a
mural in Southwark park and working
on the allotment to do community
food growing.
Ages: eight to 17. Open: evenings,
weekends and school holidays. Contact
the office for more information.
Surrey Docks farm
Rotherhithe Street, SE16 SEY
020 7231 1010
[email protected]
www.surreydocksfarm.org.uk
The farm works with the local
community and schools to offer
opportunities to learn about caring
for animals, sustainable farming and
food production. The farm has a
variety of farm animals as well as an
orchard, herb garden, dye garden
and organic horticultural garden.
Volunteer positions and NVQ training
in animal care level one and two are
available. Green summer scheme runs
for three weeks during the summer
holidays. For more information please
contact the office.
Ages: All ages. Open: Tuesday to
Sunday, 10am to 5pm.
Young friends of
Southwark park
Southwark park
020 8694 5000
www.southwark.gov.uk/parks
Young people are able to get involved
in fun activities and positively impact
their community. Activities include
tree planting, bird and bat boxing,
arts, crafts and various other activities
Ages: 11 to 18. Open: contact the
office for details.
Faith and minority
ETHNIC groups
Bermondsey Christian
centre
45 Strathnairn Street, SE1 5BN
020 7232 2367
[email protected]
Bermondsey Christian Centre is part
of London City Mission. It provides
Christian teaching through social
action and personal care. The centre
provides a variety of different sessions
for young people.
Ages: four to early twenties. Open:
Contact the office for details
City Hope church
121 Drummond Road, SE16 2JY
020 7993 3934
[email protected]
www.cityhope.co.uk/mixedup
Mixed Up is a youth event that takes
place on Thursdays during term time,
from 6.30pm to 8pm at City Hope
Church. There are lots of things to
do including table tennis, computer
games, pool, hockey and cooking.
Ages: 11 to 16. Open: Thursdays,
6.30pm to 8pm
Haddon Hall Baptist church
22 Tower Bridge Road, SE1 4TR
020 7231 2155
Church youth clubs are arranged at
various times.
Ages: 11 to 16. Open: Office is open
9am to 5pm
Hornafrik integration
projects
189 Southwark Park Road, SE16 7TX
020 7237 9373
[email protected]
www.hornafrik.org
The project aims to improve
the quality of life for the Somali
community in and around
Bermondsey and Rotherhithe.
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By providing support and information
to Somali communities they are able
to confidently play a role in civic and
public life.
Ages: seven to 11 years and 11 to 21
years. Open: Wednesday, 4pm to 6pm;
Saturday, 10.30am to 4.30pm.
Southwark Muslim
association
Old Kent Road, SE1 5JH
020 7231 0100
[email protected]
www.makuk.org
Promotes Islamic awareness and
understanding among young people,
their families and the community.
Southwark Muslim Association aims
to address problems and reduce
crime faced by Muslim youths. The
association also works to bring
young people of different ethnic
communities together. Activities
include regular Islamic talks,
recreational trips and sports.
Ages: ten to 19. Open: Sunday, 5.30pm
to 7pm.
Southwark Travellers
education support service
(STESS)
Mabel Goldwin House,
49 Grange Walk, SE1 3DY
020 7525 2859
[email protected]
attendance and attainment rates for
Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children in
mainstream education.
Ages: birth to 19. Open: contact the
office for details.
health
Stop smoking team
Please contact the office for your local
stop smoking team: 0800 169 6002
www.quitbecause.org.uk
Specialist smoking advisors are
available all over Southwark,
many are based in GP practices
and pharmacies, who can help
young people plan how to quit
and support them through the first
few difficult weeks after they stop
smoking.
Ages: all. Open: Contact the office for
details.
INFORMATION,
ADVICE AND
GUIDANCE
Young mums (25 and
under) baby and toddler
group
Time and Talents Association,
St Marychurch Street, SE16 4JE
020 7231 7845
STESS works to improve access,
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Fun session for young mums and their
babies/toddlers where they can get
together for a cup of tea and have
a chat. Advice sessions on first aid,
housing and childcare advice.
Ages: Mums under 25. Open: Tuesday,
1pm to 3pm.
Participation
Bermondsey youth
community council (YCC)
Ellen Brown Centre
145 Grange Road, SE1
020 7232 1415
Young people are able to discuss and
get involved in their local community
through the forum. The project offers
training and support to members who
represent young people from their
local area at community council level
and at Young Southwark executive
meetings. Members are elected once
a year through elections which young
people across Southwark can get
involved in.
Ages: 13 to 19. Open: every other
Thursday 6.30pm to 8pm.
Rotherhithe youth
community council (YCC)
Dockland Settlement
Rotherhithe Street, SE16 5LJ
07985 784 878
Young people are able to discuss and
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get involved in their local community
through the forum. The project offers
training and support to members who
represent young people from their
local area at community council level
and at Young Southwark executive
meetings. Members are elected once
a year through elections which young
people across Southwark can get
involved in.
Ages: 13 to 19. Open: Every other
Tuesday 6pm to 7.30pm.
Speaker Box
160 Tooley Street, SE1 2TZ
020 7525 3339
[email protected]
Speaker Box aims to make life better
for children in care and care leavers.
The group’s specific aims are to
inform young people of their rights,
encourage them to ask informed
questions, express their views, values
and feelings, enable them to make
more informed decisions about their
care and treatment and to have fun.
Ages: eight to 18. Open: first Tuesday
of every month, 5.30pm to 6.30pm at
Peckham library.
SpECIAl NEEDS
Toucan employment
project
The Co-op Centre,
Unit 1, 11 Mowll Street, SW9 6BG
020 7582 5981
[email protected]
A supported employment agency that
works specifically with young people
and adults with learning difficulties
across London. The organisation
supports over 70 people in a wide
variety of jobs. Employers who use
Toucan to recruit include the Royal
Festival Hall, Sainsbury’s, Tesco’s, the
Houses of Parliament and other large
and small local employers.
Ages: 15 to 25. Open: Monday to
Friday, 9am to 6pm.
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SpORTS
Bacons College sports
Timber Pond Road, SE16 6AT
020 7450 4974
www.baconsctc.co.uk
Sports centre offering activities
including football, basketball, tennis,
volleyball and badminton
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday,
5.30pm to 10pm; Saturday and Sunday,
10am to 6pm.
Millwall community
scheme
07958 026 876
[email protected]
www.millwallfc.co.uk
Using the power of football and
the appeal of Millwall football club,
the Kickz and Millwall street pro
programme offers 12 to 18 year olds
the chance to take part in positive
activities. Volunteering and training to
become a coach is available. Activities
include free football coaching and
five-a-side football, street dance,
boxing, fitness sessions.
Rotherhithe
Redriff school (outdoor astroturf
pitch), Salter Road, SE16 5LQ
Open: Monday, 6pm to 9pm, football
coaching and five a side. Friday, 6pm to
9pm, football five a side tournaments.
Bermondsey
Dockland Settlement (indoor hall)
Rotherhithe Street, SE16 5LJ
Open: Wednesday, 4.30pm to 6pm,
street dance; 8pm to 9.30pm, boxing
and fitness.
Downside Fisher youth club
Druid Street, SE1 2EZ
Open: Friday, 6pm to 8pm, football five
a side tournaments.
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Seven Islands leisure
centre
Lower Road, SE16 2TU
020 7237 3296
The centre has a 33m pool,
workstation gym, a studio and a
sports hall. The centre offers activities
including dance, martial arts, yoga,
pilates and more.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday, 7am
to 10pm; Saturday and Sunday, 8am to
5.30pm.
Southwark community
games
Community sports team,
160 Tooley Street, SE1 2TZ
020 7525 0770
www.southwark.gov.uk/
southwarkcommunitygames
The Southwark community games
is a year round programme of
sports coaching and competition
for young people aged seven to 16
years old. There are also sport related
vocational training for teachers and
young people aged 16 years and
older. Activities take place across the
eight community council areas in
schools, after school clubs, estate and
community settings. Please check the
website for details.
Ages: seven to 16.
Open: Check the website
Surrey Docks watersports
centre
Rope Street, SE18 7SX
020 7237 4009
www.fusiontolifestyle.com
Providing young people aged eight
and over with the opportunity to
learn sailing, kayaking, windsurfing
and powerboats. Recognised by the
Royal Yachting Association, British
Canoe Union, Adventure Activities
Licensing authority and the Duke of
Edinburgh’s Awards.
Ages: eight years and over. Open:
Monday to Sunday, 9am to 5pm.
BERmONDSEY AND ROTHERHITHE
Abseiling with
the Scouts
Whites Grounds skate park
Under the arch, corner of Crucifix
Lane and Druid Street
020 7525 1102
A plaza-style skate park beneath a
railway arch in SE1. Different sessions
during the week for beginners, under
18s and over 18s. Please contact the
office to find out when sessions are.
Ages: eight and upwards
Open: Thursday and Friday, 4pm
to 7.30pm; Saturday and Sunday
12.30pm to 7pm.
UNIfORmED GROUpS
Scout groups
Scouts take part in a programme
that helps them to find out about the
world in which they live, encourages
them to know their own abilities and
the importance of keeping fit. It helps
develop their creative talents. Activities
include camping, survival and cooking
skills, abseiling and yachting.
14th Bermondsey Scout
group
252 Jamaica Road, SE16 4BD
020 8840 8343
www.scouts.org.uk
Ages: 11 to 17.
Open: Thursday, 7.30pm to 9pm.
16th Bermondsey Scout
group
Manor Methodist Church,
Gallywall Road, SE16 3PB
084 5300 1818
www.scouts.org.uk
Ages: 11 to 17.
Open: Friday, 7pm to 9pm.
20th Bermondsey Scout
group
Magdalen Hall
Purbrook Street SE1 3DQ
084 5300 1818
www.scouts.org.uk
Ages: 11 to 17.
Open: Wednesday, 6.30pm to 9pm
BERmONDSEY AND ROTHERHITHE
Thames Angels Explorer
Scout unit
Scout House
252 Jamaica Road SE16 4BD
084 5300 1818
www.scouts.org.uk
Ages: 14 to 18. Open: Friday, 7.30pm
to 9pm.
YOUTH ClUBS
AND ADVENTURE
plAYGROUNDS
Bede youth adventure
project
Bede Centre
Abbeyfield Road, SE16 2BS
020 7231 6027
www.bedehouse.org
Adventure activities take place during
half term and the summer. These
include mountain biking, climbing,
go-karting, paintball, driving, archery,
dry slope skiing, board and console
games. Members also have access
to computers, the internet, job and
homework club. Staff support young
people with school issues, bullying,
advice on sex and relationships, and
advice to parents. Membership costs
50p a session.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Monday (16
to 19s), Wednesday (13 to 16s) and
Thursday (11 to 13s), 6pm to 9pm
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Bermondsey and
Rotherhithe detached
youth project
Various sites across Bermondsey and
Rotherhithe. Contact the office for
more details.
020 7525 1595
Works with young people on estates.
Street corners, bus stops and parks.
Workers will interact with young
people about issues that affect them
such as bullying, spare time activities,
training employment and college
opportunities.
Ages: 11 to 19 Open: please contact
the office for details.
Bosco centre
281 Jamaica Road, SE16 4RS
020 7232 0440
[email protected]
www.boscotocentretolondon.
co.uk Youth club sessions for young
people aged 15+ on Monday to
Wednesday, 7pm to 9pm. Young
people have access to pool, table
tennis, computers, sports and the
playground. The diamond project
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which works with young people who
are not in education, employment or
training, runs from 9.30am to 3pm.
Ages: three months to 18 years. Open:
Monday to Friday, 8am to 9pm.
Downside Fisher
youth club
Coxson Place, Druid Street, SE1 2EZ
020 7407 0093
Downside offers a programme of
sports, such as basketball, short
tennis, cricket, circuit training, wall
climbing and swimming. There is
also artistic and recreational activities
including an IT suite, crafts room,
television room and sound recording
studio.
Ages: nine to 18 year olds, and boxing
club is open for nine to 30 year olds.
Open: Monday to Friday, 6pm to 10pm.
New Venture youth club
St Philips Parish Hall, Avondale
Square, Old Kent Road, SE1 5PD
07958 742 573
Indoor and outdoor activities available
for young people. Outdoor safe
play space provides basketball, soft
hockey, football mixed session and
short tennis. Indoor activities include
music sessions, workshops on
different topics and general games.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Monday and
Tuesday, 6.45pm to 8.45pm.
Odessa youth club
Odessa Street, SE16 1LU
and surrounding area
07985 784 878
Working in the Rotherhithe area in
mobile detached buses and the Karrot
bus, young people are engaged in
sports activities, games consoles, offsite trips and workshops on different
topics that affect them.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday, 6.45pm to 8.45pm
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Oxford and Bermondsey
youth club
3 Webb Street, SE1 4RP
020 7231 9249
[email protected]
The club offers a range of activities
and facilities including pool, snooker,
table tennis, board games, arts
and crafts, basketball, uni-hockey,
badminton, games consoles and
computers.
Ages: eight to 16. Open: Monday to
Thursday 5.30pm to 8.30pm
Salmon youth centre
43 Old Jamaica Road, SE16 4TE
020 7237 3788
[email protected]
www.salmoncentre.co.uk
The Salmon youth centre in
Bermondsey aims to inspire young
people between six and 26 years to
realise their potential, to contribute
positively to the communities in
which they live and discover meaning
and direction for their lives.
The centre provides educational
and leisure services in the areas of
youth work (out of school activities,
character-building expeditions,
trips), sports (physical education),
arts (development of cultural and
artistic talents), skills and enterprise
(preparation of young people for
employment).
Ages: six to 26 years. Open: visit www.
salmoncentre.co.uk/whatson for the
current programme.
Silwood youth project
The Lewington Centre,
9 Eugenia Road, SE16 2RU
020 7394 8147
[email protected]
www.catchto22.org.uk
one to one support, workshops,
practical advice and support for
parents.
Ages: eight to 18 years. Open:
Tuesday and Wednesday, 7pm to 9pm;
Thursday, 4.30pm to 6pm; Friday, 6pm
to 8pm; Sunday, 3.30pm to 5.30pm.
Surrey Docks adventure
playground
Trident Street, SE16 2LN
020 7525 1100
Supervised, free open access
playground for young people to play
and learn. Outdoors play area, timber
adventure play structures, table
tennis, pool, arts and crafts, outdoor
sports, games, trips and outings.
Ages: five to seven (accompanied),
eight to 15 (unaccompanied).
Open: Tuesday to Thursday, 3.30pm to
7pm; Saturday 10.30am to 4pm (term
time). Monday to Friday, 11.30am to
5.30pm (holidays).
Youth club for the Blue
190-192 Southwark Park Road, SE16
020 7232 1415
Youth club for the Blue is where
young people can relax with their
friends, play pool, PS2, table tennis
and table football, internet access
and IT support. Activities are available
during school holidays including
residentials. The club runs arts and
crafts sessions and other workshops
on different topics requested by
members or recommended by staff.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Monday to
Thursday, 6.45pm to 8.45pm (11 to
19s), Tuesday, 6.45pm to 8.45pm
(14 to 19s). Connexions drop in on
Wednesday, 2.30pm to 5.30pm.
Activities include a girls group,
sports, photography and multimedia,
young volunteers programme. For
information on what activity happens
when, please call the office. Silwood
targeted support service also offers
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Arts and culture
17 Oval House theatre
17 Real Drama
17 Shakespeare’s Globe theatre
17 Southside
17 Southwark Playhouse
18 Starlight music academy
18 Tate Modern
18 Young Vic theatre company
Community Centres AND
SUPPORT ORGANISATIONS
18 Action SE17
18 Aylesbury NDC
18 Coin Street neighbourhood centre
18 Community Action Southwark
18 Inspire and 2Inspire
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Crime reduction
Participation
19 Fear or Fashion
19 Karrot project
19 Kickstart Catch-22
19 Southwark youth offending team
22 Borough and Bankside youth
community council
23 Walworth youth community council
23 SE1 United youth forum
23 Y-volunteer
Education and training
20 Brandon library
20 East Street library
20 Newington library
20 Pecan
20 Southwark College
Environment
20 Community space challenge
20 Young friends of Burgess park
Faith and minority ethnic
groups
20 Bengali women’s group
20 Latin American multicultural group
20 Latin American youth forum
21 Rockingham Somali support group
21 St John’s Waterloo church
21 St Jude’s youth club
21 Somali youth action forum
21 Southwark Cyprus Turkish association
21 Southwark Salvation Army
young people’s services
Health
22 Brook London
22 Community drug education project
Information, advice and
guidance
22 Kids Company
22 NRG service
22 Faces in Focus
22 Young carers project
22 Young Visions
Sport
23 Aylesbury activate project
23 Burgess park kart track
23 Colombo sports centre
23 Darwin court
23 Elephant and Castle leisure centre
24 Geraldine Mary Harmsworth sports facility
24 Millwall community scheme
24 Southwark community games
24 Waterloo sports and football club
Uniformed groups
25 30th Southwark Scout group
25 City of London Sea Cadets
25 Southwark Sea Cadets
25 Southwark Volunteer Police Cadets
Youth clubs and adventure
playgrounds
25 Aylesbury youth club
25 Borough/Bankside and Walworth
detached team
25 Blackfriars Settlement youth club
25 Brandon youth and community centre
25 Burgess park adventure playground
26 Crossway youth club
26 Fredericks adventure playground
26 Groundwork London
26 Hub Youth
26 Mint Street adventure playground
26 Pembroke House youth centre
26 Rockingham estate play association
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Arts and culture
Oval House theatre
Oval House, 52-54 Kennington Oval,
SE11 5SW
020 7582 0080
www.ovalhouse.com
Oval House provides arts classes, street
dance and drama. Young people have
the opportunity to join the drama
company. Classes cost £2 per session.
Ages: 11 to 19.
Open: visit the website for details.
Real Drama
Inspire the Crypt @ St Peter’s,
Liverpool Grove, SE17 2HH
07752 725 240
[email protected]
A youth-led theatre company
founded by young people. The group
is open to anyone between the ages
of 16 to 26 with a passion and
commitment to theatre. The result is a
diverse and rich collaboration that
shows off the talent, skills, passion and
ambition of young members through
innovative and new performances.
Ages: 16 to 26.
Open: Monday 6pm to 9pm.
Shakespeare’s Globe
theatre
21 New Globe Walk, Bankside,
SE1 9DT
020 7902 1462
[email protected]
www.shakespeares-globe.org
The Globe theatre’s education
programme is led by the practitioners.
Actors, directors, musicians and
designers share their insights
and practical experience of the
Globe with students, teachers and
members of the public of all ages and
nationalities. This is done through
onsite workshops, community work
in Southwark, in-service training,
distance learning programmes and
seasonal events.
Ages: four to 18. Open: Monday to
Friday, 10am to 6pm.
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Southside
52 Lambeth Road, SE1 7PP
020 79214213
www.southsidemedia.org.uk
Southside is a youth-led media
and music project. In the summer
Southside transforms into a live radio
station, during term-time the studios
are available for music production.
Southside also produces a magazine
each term written and produced by
young people.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Monday 5pm to
8pm Girls only, Tuesday and Thursday
4pm to 9pm.
Southwark Playhouse
5 Playhouse Court,
62 Southwark Bridge Road, SE1 0AT
020 7407 0234
[email protected]
www.southwarkplayhouse.co.uk
The Southwark Playhouse serves the
community by presenting innovative,
high quality drama in an historic
building. This is accompanied by
an education programme for local
children and adults.
All ages. Open: contact the box office.
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Starlight music academy
44-46 Offley Road, SW9 0LS
07961 909 595
Email:[email protected]
www.starlightmusicacademy.co.uk
Workshop leaders and mentors
support young people to improve
self-confidence and creativity through
vocal lessons, dance, film and more.
Ages: 13 to 25. Open: session times
vary please visit the website for details.
Tate Modern (young
people’s programmes)
Tate Modern, Bankside, SE1 9TG
020 7401 5071
[email protected]
www.tate.org.uk/rawcanvas
Ten week gallery education training
courses run from January to March
every year. Practical, creative summer
courses based on the temporary
exhibitions, annual training courses
for 15 to 23 year olds and a year long
programme of peer led events.
Ages: 15 to 23. Open: contact the
gallery.
Young Vic theatre
company
Young Vic, 66 The Cut, SE1 8LZ
020 7922 2800
[email protected]
www.youngvic.org
The Young Vic theatre company is the
country’s leading home for younger
theatre artists, especially directors.
The company presents seasons of
work by new directors in tandem with
productions by some of the great
directors of the world. By mingling
youth and experience, ambition
and genius, the hope is to make the
Young Vic one of the most exciting
theatres in the world.
Ages: eight to 18. Open: workshops
and performances take place
throughout the year.
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Community
centres and
support
organisations
to 12 years, during term time on
Wednesday, 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
All ages. Open: centre is open Monday
to Friday, 7.30am to 9.30pm.
Action SE17
Community Action
Southwark (CAS)
InSpire – the Crypt at St Peter’s
Liverpool Grove, SE17 2HH
020 7740 6868
www.actionse17.org
Brings together organisations in the
voluntary and statutory sector to pool
resources, expertise and experiences
to help combat knife crime in SE17.
Initiatives include creating safe zones
for young people, positive profiling of
young people and positive parenting.
All ages. Open: Please contact the
office for details on different projects.
Aylesbury NDC
1 Thurlow Lodge, SE17 2US
020 7358 4141
[email protected]
www.aylesburyndc.org.uk
Aylesbury New Deal for Communities
(NDC) is a ten-year programme,
launched in 1999, to improve the
quality of life for Aylesbury residents.
It is supported by a £56.2m budget
from the government.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday, 9am
to 5pm.
Coin Street neighbourhood
centre
108 Stamford Street, SE1 9NH
020 7021 1600
www.coinstreet.org
Provides families in the area with
community facilities and services.
Coin Street provides affordable
childcare, learning, enterprise
support and leisure opportunities.
For young people there is a girls
club for 14 to 19 years, during term
time on Tuesday, 7pm to 9pm and
the Southside Kidz youth club, eight
8th floor, Hannibal House
Elephant and Castle, SE1 6TE
020 7703 2368
[email protected]
www.casouthwark.org.uk
CAS gives Southwark’s voluntary and
community organisations the tools
and information they need to achieve
their objectives. CAS provides training
and one to one support on a range of
topics and represents its members to
local government and more widely.
All ages. Open: Contact the office for
an appointment.
InSpire and 2InSpire
Inspire, the Crypt, St Peter’s
Liverpool Grove, SE17 2HH
2InSpire, 1a Wendover, Thurlow
Street, SE17 2UD
Inspire 020 7740 6868
2Inspire 020 7703 3139
[email protected]
www.in-spire.org.uk
Inspire provides centres of learning
for arts and community, where
local people can obtain new skills
and become part of the Inspire
community. Facilities and activities
include meeting rooms for hire,
community café, youth led drama
company, training courses, homework
club and the annual lantern parade.
Ages: 12 to 24. Open: throughout the
week and most evenings.
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Karrot Project:
The V2 Karrot bus
Crime reduction
Fear or Fashion
Different venues for each session,
please contact the office for details.
020 7820 8200
Kickstart delivers workshops which
help young people look at the
consequences of carrying a knife
and the reasons why they do so?
Kickstart holds regular events called
Expressions which give local young
people the chance to showcase
their talent and learn about knife
crime. Victims of knife crime are also
supported on a one to one basis
through a referral process.
Ages: Monday and Friday, (11 to 18
years), Wednesday, 16 plus. Open:
Monday and Friday, 6.30pm to 8.30pm;
Wednesday, 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
Karrot project
Walworth police station
12-28 Manor Place, SE17 3RL
020 7232 6111
[email protected]
Karrot is a Metropolitan Police led
project, aimed at engaging with
young people and reducing youth
crime. The Safer Neighbourhood
Team uses a multimedia bus equipped
with PCs and game consoles to
engage with young people during
detached work and local events.
Ages: 11 to 16 years. Open: please
contact the office for details.
Kickstart Catch-22
Supports young people through
learning, sports and recreation to
achieve personal and social
development. Kickstart has two youth
inclusion programmes, one on the
Aylesbury estate. It can take referrals
for eight to 13 year olds at risk of
offending. Please contact the office
for details. There is a football league
for under 14s and under 16s which
anyone can try-out for.
Football League
Burgess Park, SE5 0RJ
020 7820 8200
Ages: 15 to 16. Open: Practice session
Thursday, 4pm to 6pm, matches are
Saturday all day.
Southwark youth
offending team
Southwark youth offending service,
1 Bradenham Close, SE17 2QA
020 7525 0900
Works with young offenders and
young people at risk of offending or
with antisocial behaviour to prevent
them from entering the criminal
justice system or further criminal
activity. Community and school based
projects and workshops are also
provided for young people.
Ages: eight to 17. Open: Office hours
are Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
Youth inclusion programme
Old Pharmacy,
Taplow Street, SE17 2UQ
020 7820 8200
Ages: eight to 13. Open: Tuesday to
Thursday, 3.30pm to 5.30pm.
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Education and
training
Brandon library
Maddock Way,
Cooks Road, SE17 3NH
020 7525 2000
With homework clubs, teen reading
groups, manga and art workshops,
there’s more than just books in local
libraries.
All ages. Open: Monday, 10am to 6pm;
Tuesday and Thursday, 10am to 7pm;
Saturday, 9am to 5pm.
East Street library
168-170 Old Kent Road, SE1 5TY
020 7525 2000
See above
All ages. Open: Monday and Thursday,
10am to 7pm; Tuesday, 10am to 6pm;
Saturday, 10am to 5pm.
Newington library
155-157 Walworth Road, SE17 1RS
020 7525 2000
See above
All ages. Open: Monday, Tuesday, Friday
9am to 8pm, Wednesday and Thursday
10am to 8pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm,
Sunday 12 to 4pm.
Pecan
8th Floor Hannibal House, SE1 6TE
020 7701 6249
[email protected]
www.pecan.org.uk
Pecan helps under 18s gain new skills
and prepare for employment. Pecan
currently has two options for young
people. Step-Up is a motivational
progression course for young people
who have been excluded, excluded
themselves prematurely from school,
or are in year 11. Create provides
an opportunity for young people to
learn carpentry skills. Literacy and
numeracy support is also available.
Ages: 14 to 19. Open: contact the
office for courses.
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Southwark College
Waterloo Centre, The Cut, SE1 8LE
020 7815 1600
[email protected]
www.southwark.ac.uk
Southwark College provides full and
part time courses during the day and
evenings. College staff are available
to run workshops and talks on
courses and applying to and attending
college.
Ages: 14 and over. Open: Monday to
Friday, 9am to 5pm.
Environment
Community space
challenge
1 Bradenham Close, SE17 2QA
07507 870 413
Community Space Challenge
supports young people to transform
the environment where they live.
Activities have included building
recycled bikes and planters, mosaics,
making beehives and wildlife habitats,
painting murals and working on
allotments. There are two different
projects in the area, one for Walworth
in general and one for Aylesbury
estate.
Ages: eight to 17. Open: evenings,
weekends and school holidays. Contact
the office for more information.
Young friends of Burgess
park
Burgess park
020 8694 5000
www.southwark.gov.uk/parks
Young people are able to get involved
in fun activities and positively impact
their community. Activities include
tree planting, bird and bat boxing,
arts, crafts and various other activities.
Ages: 11 to 18. Open: contact the
office for details.
Faith and minority
ETHNIC groups
Bengali women’s group
Rockingham community centre,
Falmouth Road, London SE1 6RQ
020 7357 0623 / 020 7403 9888
[email protected]
A self-help group for Bengali
women living in Southwark, offering
information and advice, support
groups, weekly drop-in, cultural
events, open days, workshops, etc.
Ages: 14 to 70.
Open: 10am to 3pm daily.
Latin American
multicultural group
(LAMG)
2Inspire, 1a Wendover
Thurlow Street, SE17 2UD
07960 183 635
[email protected]
www.lamg.org
LAMG was established for ethnic
minority young people to understand
and experience Latin American
culture and heritage, and support
those whose first language is not
English. Activities include singing,
dance, sports and workshops to
prepare for summer carnival on
costume making and dance.
Ages: seven to 25. Open: Saturday,
1pm to 5pm.
Latin American youth
forum (LAYF)
Address: please contact the office as
the venue can change
020 7733 9977
[email protected]
org.uk
LAYF was created by young Latin
Americans to empower themselves
and other young people from migrant
communities, to become more
actively involved in their communities.
The LAYF has developed an ongoing
set of educational, artistic and
Latin American youth
forum (LAYF)
Photographer: Ed Beron
recreational activities that are
currently delivered to young people as
part of the project.
Ages: 14 to 25. Open: Saturday, 10am
to 6pm.
Rockingham Somali
support group
Falmouth Road, SE1 6RQ
[email protected]
A programme of media and web
training, film making and project
facilitating, encouraging Somali
residents to feel stronger about
participating in the community.
Ages: 13 to 25. Open: Wednesday,
4.30pm to 6pm.
St John’s Waterloo church
Waterloo Road, SE1 8TS
020 7928 5029
[email protected]
www.stjohnswaterloo.co.uk
The church aims to build relationships
with young people in the community
through sport, outreach, mentoring
and one-off events. It helps to
enhance young people’s spiritual,
social and physical development.
The church also works in different
locations to bridge territorial
boundaries between youth groups.
Ages: eight to 16. Open: Monday,
6.30pm to 9.30pm; Wednesday, 7pm
to 9pm; Thursday, 4.30pm to 8pm.
St Jude’s youth club
The Crypt, St Jude’s Church,
St Georges Road, SE1 6EZ
020 7928 9840
Activities include arts and crafts, pool,
table tennis, table football, table
games, indoor and outdoor games.
Ages: 12 to 19. Open: Friday, 6.30pm
to 8.30pm.
Somali youth action forum
75 Ravenstone,
Bagshot Street, SE17 2QR
07940435247
Activities include friendly and formal
football matches in a Somali football
league, weekly football training,
social events and other activities. The
group is part of the refugee youth
network.
Ages: 14 to 25. Open: Friday, Saturday
and Sunday from 2pm at Burgess park.
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Southwark Cyprus Turkish
association
152 Old Kent Road, SE1 5TY
020 7701 7375
Activities include football, tennis,
cultural and social workshops.
Ages: 16 to 21. Open: office is open
Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm.
Southwark Salvation Army
young people’s services
Community church,
1 Princess Street, SE1 6HH
020 7928 7136
A variety of clubs and projects
open to all young people, providing
space and opportunities to build
relationships, have fun, access
support and advice, develop passions
and skills and explore questions of
life. Includes drop-in clubs, homework
club, dance group, single-sex groups,
holiday projects and more. For further
information please contact the office.
Ages: 11 to 18. Open: Wednesday,
6pm to 8pm, 11 to 13; Friday, 7pm to
9pm, 13 plus.
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Health
Brook London
Please contact the office for details.
020 7703 9660
www.brook.org.uk
A free and confidential sexual health
service for young people. The service
provides advice on emergency
contraception, contraception,
pregnancy testing, referrals for
termination and screening for STIs
including rapid HIV testing. The
service also offers counselling and a
specialist service, Holla, for young men
and referral to other support services.
Community drug
education project
Please contact the office for details
07818 685 010
Free drug awareness training to
service providers who work with
young people. Workshops for young
people, parents and carers tailored
to their interests and needs also
available. The project has information
and advice drop-in services at
youth friendly venues. It provides
intervention and one to one work for
young people aged 13 to 18 years.
For more information contact Laura
Beech on the number above.
Ages: 13 to 24. Open: Monday to
Friday, 9am to 7pm.
Information,
advice and
guidance
Kids Company
Sherborne House,
34 Decima Street, SE1 4QQ
020 74078419
www.kidsco.org.uk
Provides emotional support
through individual counselling and
group activities for children and
young people living in stressful
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circumstances. The organisation also
provides learning support for young
people with learning difficulties and
counselling for parents and carers.
The programme of activities includes
sport, discussion groups and activities
that encourage artistic expression.
Ages: 14 plus. Open: Monday to Friday,
10am to 6pm.
NRG service
Waterloo
020 7803 1684
[email protected]
www.ygm.org.uk
A service for lesbian, gay, bisexual
and transgendered young people and
those unsure about their sexuality.
NRG runs a session, NRG Central,
on Wednesdays which offers a safe
and friendly space to meet with
other young people. NRG provides
individual appointments for advice
and counselling. NRG also run
High-NRG, a service specifically for
young people with drug and alcohol
problems.
Ages: NRG Central 15 to 21, NRG
Service 13 to 25. Open: NRG Central,
Wednesday, 5.30pm to 9.30pm; NRG
Service, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
Faces in Focus
102 Harper Road, SE1 6AQ
020 7403 2444
[email protected]
www.facesinfocus.org.uk
Faces in Focus, based in Elephant
and Castle, is a young people’s
information and resource centre
which also provides services including;
housing advice, free counselling
for 13 to 25 year olds, Connexions
personal advisers, free internet access,
and the y-volunteer project for young
people aged 16 to 25 who wish to
volunteer in the community.
Ages: 13 to 25. Open: general office
hours are Monday to Thursday, 10.30am
to 7pm; Friday 10.30am to 4pm.
Young carers project
Action for Children,
4th Floor Hannibal House,
Elephant and Castle, SE1 6TE
020 7703 6400
[email protected]
org.uk
www.actionforchildren.org.uk
A project for children and young
people who have a caring
responsibility at home, due to the
health of someone they live with. The
project provides services to ensure
that young carers have access to the
same opportunities and experiences
that other children may take for
granted.
Ages: eight to 18. Open: contact office
for details.
Young Visions
Pembroke House, 80 Tatum Street
Walworth, SE17 1QR
020 7703 4095
[email protected]
org.uk
Offers workshops which enable
young people to explore what they
want to do in their future careers.
This is done through workshops with
professionals and undergraduates to
help them make meaningful decisions
about their future.
Ages: 13 to 14. Open: Contact the
office for details on workshops.
Participation
Borough and Bankside
youth community council
(YCC)
Office address: 19 Maddock Way
Cooks Road, SE17 3NH
020 7735 2506
Young people are able to discuss and
get involved in their local community
through the forum. The project offers
training and support to members who
represent young people from their
local area at community council level
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and at Young Southwark executive
meetings. YCC members are elected
once a year through elections which
young people across Southwark can
get involved in.
Ages: 13 to 19. Open: Every other
Thursday 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Walworth youth
community council (YCC)
Office address: 19 Maddock Way
Cooks Road, SE17 3NH
020 7735 2506
Young people are able to discuss and
get involved in their local community
through the forum. The project offers
training and support to members who
represent young people from their
local area at community council level
and at Young Southwark executive
meetings. YCC members are elected
once a year through elections which
young people across Southwark can
get involved in.
Ages: 13 to 19. Open: every other
Thursday 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
SE1 United youth forum
103 Waterloo Road, SE1 8UL
020 7202 6900
[email protected]
www.se1united.org.uk
The forum gives young people a
voice and positive image in their
community. Activities include talent
shows, trips away, personal safety
workshops, conferences, committee
meetings, sports events and
tournaments, consultative events,
tutoring and mentoring, capacity
building of youth organisations,
workshops in personal safety and
youth empowerment sessions.
Ages: ten to 21. Open: sessions vary,
contact the office for details.
Y-volunteer
Faces In Focus,
102 Harper Road, SE1 6AQ
020 7403 2444 ext 201
[email protected]
www.facesinfocus.org.uk
Through y-volunteer, young people
can get involved in the local issues
they care about, gain experience,
confidence and skills. Young
people could be involved in sports
coaching, working on an allotment,
youth leadership, music and dance
or creating their own project. No
previous skills needed, just an
urge to get involved. The friendly
y-volunteer team will offer advice
and guidance when it is needed, and
also cover young peoples expenses so
volunteering shouldn’t cost them a
penny.
Ages: 16 to 25. Open: Monday to
Friday, 10am to 4pm.
Sport
Aylesbury activate project
Aylesbury NDC,
1 Thurlow Lodge, SE17 2US
020 7358 4141
[email protected]
www.aylesburyndc.org.uk
Out of school activities for young
people. The project has a football
coordinator who organises football
coaching in schools and on estates.
Ages: eight to 19. Open: various project
based work including youth forum
(contact for details).
Burgess park kart track
285 Albany Road, SE5 0AH
020 7525 1101
Go-karting for individuals or groups
of up to ten young people. Young
people can test out their driving skills
and learn how to maintain a go-kart.
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Contact the office for membership
costs and find out how to register.
Age: from eight to 15. Open: term time
Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 6.30pm;
School holidays Monday to Friday,
10am to 6.30pm.
Colombo sports centre
34-68 Colombo Street, SE1 8DP
020 7261 1658
Indoors and outdoors facilities.
Activities include under 14’s open
football session, ten to 15’s girls’
football, 12 to 15 boys boxercise and
five a side football, ten to 15 girls only
fitness session, open multisport and
dance session. Contact the office for
more details.
Ages: eight years upwards. Open:
Monday to Friday, 7.30am to 10pm;
Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 7pm
Darwin court
The Peabody, 1 Crail Row, SE17 1AD
020 7021 4670
www.fusion-lifestyle.com
Facilities include a swimming pool
and exercise studio.
All ages. Open: Monday to Thursday,
8am to 8pm; Friday 8am to 7pm.
Elephant and Castle leisure
centre
22 Elephant and Castle, SE1 6SQ
020 7582 5505
www.fusion-lifestyle.com
This leisure centre has a six court
sports hall used for badminton,
trampolining, football and more.
It has a 60 workstation gym, two
squash courts and a studio.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday, 7am
to 10pm; Saturday and Sunday, 9am to
5pm.
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Millwall Community Scheme: Kickz,
winner of The Sports Industry Award 2009
Geraldine Mary
Harmsworth sports facility
Gerldine Mary Harmsworth park,
St George’s Road, SE1 6ER
020 7735 3294
www.fusion-lifestyle.com
A new outdoor facility accompanied
by a modern pavilion with changing
rooms. Facilities include four netball
courts, three astroturf football
pitches, two tennis courts and one
street basketball court.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday, 9am
to 9pm; Saturday and Sunday, 9am to
5pm.
sessions. Volunteering and coach
education opportunities are also
available.
Walworth
Burgess park astroturf, Neate Street,
off Trafalgar Ave, SE5 1YU
Ages: 12 to 18.
Open: Friday, 6pm to 8pm
Borough and Bankside
Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Sports
Centre, St George’s Road, SE1 6ER
Ages: 12 to 18.
Open: Friday, 6pm to 8pm
Millwall community
scheme
Southwark community
games
Using the power of football and
the appeal of Millwall football club,
the Kickz and Millwall street pro
programme offers 12 to 18 year olds
the chance to take part in positive
activities. Activities include free
football coaching and five-a-side
football, street dance, boxing, fitness
A year round programme of sports
coaching and competition for young
people aged seven to 16 years
old. There are also sport related
vocational training for teachers and
young people aged 16 years and
07958 026 876
[email protected]
www.millwallfc.co.uk
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Community sports team,
160 Tooley Street, SE1 2TZ
020 7525 0770
www.southwark.gov.uk/
southwarkcommunitygames
older. Activities take place across the
eight community council areas in
schools, after school clubs, estate and
community settings please check the
website for details.
Ages: seven to 16. Open: please check
the website.
Waterloo sports and
football club
Lillian Baylis old school
Lollard Street, SE11 6PY
020 7820 1229
[email protected]
Weekly football and physical fitness
coaching sessions. Waterloo FC
coaches teams for under 12s, under
13s and under 16s. These teams are
affiliated to the London Football
Association and compete within a
league. The club also provides young
people with workshops on healthy
lifestyles, sports leaders award, away
events to sports tours, professional
stadium tours, mentoring,
opportunities for volunteering and
access to training.
Ages: ten to 25
Open: contact the office for details.
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Uniformed groups
30th Southwark Scout group
St Mary’s Church Hall,
Kennington Park Road, SE11 4JQ
084 5300 1818
www.scoutbase.org.uk
of alcohol, fireworks and knives and
involvement in non-confrontational
local events. Cadets also get involved
in London wide deployments such as
Trooping the Colour, Remembrance
Day Parades, London Marathon.
Ages: 14 to 19. Open: Tuesday, 7pm to
9pm.
Member of the Scouts Association.
Through getting involved in the
project young people can learn new
skills through badge work, making
new friends and outdoor activities.
Ages: ten to 14. Open: Monday, 7pm
to 8.30pm.
Youth clubs
and adventure
playgrounds
Sea Cadet Corps
Taplow Old Pharmacy,
Thurlow Street, SE17 2UQ
020 7525 2588 / 2580
Sea Cadet Corps helps young people
towards responsible adulthood by
encouraging personal attributes and
high standards of conduct, using a
nautical theme based on the customs
of the Royal Navy.
City of London Sea Cadet
Corps
HMS Belfast, Morgans Lane,
Tooley Street, SE1 2JH
020 7407 2205
Ages: 12 to 18. Open: Tuesday and
Friday, 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
Southwark Sea Cadets
All Saints Hall, Surrey Square,
SE17 2JU
020 7708 1247
[email protected]
Ages: 12 to 18. Open: Tuesday and
Friday, 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Band on
Wednesday evening.
Southwark Volunteer
Police Cadets
Aylesbury youth club
Activities include workshops and
discussions on youth issues, cookery
and nutrition, arts and crafts and
dance while working towards
accredited and recorded outcomes.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Monday to
Thursday, 6.30pm to 9pm.
Borough/Bankside and
Walworth detached team
Office address: Southwark Council,
160 Tooley Street, SE1 2TZ
020 7525 5000
The detached team works with young
people in their environment, for
example on estates, street corners,
bus stops and parks. Workers
mostly interact with young people
about issues that affect them such
as bullying, spare time activities,
training, employment, and college
opportunities.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Please contact
the office to find out when the team
are operating.
Walworth Police Station
12-28 Manor Place, SE17 3BB
020 7232 6111
[email protected]
Borough wide project that enables
young people to perform tasks
such as crime prevention initiatives,
message/leaflet delivery, test purchase
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Blackfriars settlement
youth club
Office address:
Blackfriars Settlement
1-5 Rushworth Street, SE1 0RB.
020 7928 9521 / 07985 417 077
[email protected]
org.uk
www.blackfriars-settlement.org.uk
The club aims to prepare young
people for the rights and
responsibilities of adulthood.
Youth club activities include youth
volunteering (age 16 to 25 years),
sports coaching, workshops in DJing,
computers skills, table tennis, pool
and arts and crafts and much more.
Ages: 11 to 25. Mint Street adventure
playground, Monday, 7pm to 9pm; The
Playspace, Waterloo, Wednesday and
Friday, 7pm to 9pm; Saturday 6pm to
9pm; St George’s church, Tuesday and
Wednesday, 7pm to 9pm.
Brandon youth and
community centre
19 Maddock Way,
Cooks Road, SE17 3NH
020 7735 2506
General youth club activities are
available such as pool, indoor games
and tuck shop. The club operates an
out reach service during the week
and specific group workshops on
Wednesday evenings. The youth
club provides internet free to every
member.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Monday to
Thursday, 6.30pm to 9pm.
Burgess park adventure
playground
285 Albany Road, SE5 0AH
020 7277 1371
The playground is a place for children
and young people to play and
learn in safety. It is supervised by
experienced and trained staff. Use of
the playground is free, and staff will
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provide further information on other
available activities.
Ages: five to 15. Open: term time
Tuesday to Friday, 3.30pm to 7.30pm.
Crossway youth club
100 New Kent Road, SE1 6TU
020 7703 7803
[email protected]
An open youth session that takes
place every Friday evening. Activities
include film, dance and drama
workshops but these change from
time to time so please contact the
office for details. In addition to this
‘the Matrix’ under 18s nightclub is
open on the second Saturday of every
month. During the evening there are
live acts and free give-aways. The
evening provides a safe and fun space
for young people.
Ages: 11 to 18 years. Open: Friday, 6pm
to 8pm; one Saturday a month 7.30pm
to 9.30pm.
Fredericks adventure
playground
Westcott Road, SE17 0AH
020 7587 3840
Ages: five to 15. Open: term time
Monday to Thursday, 3.30pm to
7.30pm; Saturday, 10.30pm to 4.30pm
School holidays Monday to Friday,
10am to 6pm.
Groundwork London
All Saints Hall,
Surrey Square, SE17 2JY
020 8694 5000
Sessions provide arts and craft
activities, pool, games, discussions
and specialised workshops such as
body image and self esteem. The
project also engages with young
people to utilise the open space
outside the building in Surrey Square.
Ages: ten to 18. Open: Monday, 5pm
to 7.30pm.
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Hub Youth
1a Kennington Road, SE1 7QP
020 7921 4207
www.waterloo.church.co.uk/what/
youth-stuff
Youth drop-in with table-tennis, pool,
air hockey, table football, playstation,
Wii, cooking, arts activities including
jewellery making, nail bar and trips.
Junior football is on Thursday evening
at Archbishop Summer Primary
School.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Tuesday 6pm to
8pm and Thursday 7pm to 9pm during
term time.
Mint Street adventure
playground
Rockingham estate play
association
10 Dickens Square,
off Harper Road, SE1 4JL
020 7403 8337
This children’s charity manages the
adventure playground and play
building in Dickens Square. The
aim is to enhance children’s lives by
providing safe play opportunities for
all local five to 16 year olds. Activities
include outdoor play equipment,
sports, table top games, arts and
crafts and offsite trips.
Ages: five to 16.
Open: term time Tuesday to Friday, 4pm
to 7pm; Saturday, 11am to 4pm
Southwark Bridge Road,
Lant Street, SE1 1QP
020 7403 3747
Ages: five to 15. Open: Wednesday to
Friday, 3.30pm to 7pm; Saturday, 11am
to 5pm.
Pembroke House youth
centre
80 Tatum Street,
Walworth, SE17 1QR
020 7703 3803
[email protected]
www.pembrokehouse.org.uk
The youth centre is open to all young
people living in Walworth, and
surrounding areas, aged between ten
and 19. Football sessions on Monday,
Samba workshops on Tuesday
and youth club on Wednesday. In
addition, Pembroke Academy of
Music runs on Wednesday to provide
intensive instrumental and vocal
tuition for young people aged eight
to 16.
Ages: ten to 19. Open: sessions vary
please contact the office for details.
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Arts and culture
29 Art in the park
29 Blue Elephant theatre
29 Bruk Out
29 Dulwich Picture gallery
29 South London gallery
29 Storymakers TV
29 Theatre Peckham
29 Wyndham and Comber drama group
29 Youth animation media
Community Centres and
support organisations
30 Camberwell Arts
30 Copleston community centre
30 East Dulwich community centre
30 Kingswood House community centre
30 SE5 forum
30 South London family service unit
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Crime reduction
Special needs
31 World of Hope
34 19+
34 Sunshine House
Education AND TRAINING
31 Accreditation and learning team
31 Camberwell library
31 Dulwich library
31 Fairbridge in London
31 Southwark youth carnival
31 Summer University
ENVIRONMENT
32 Young friends of Dulwich park
Faith and Minority ETHNIC
groups
32 Ardhmeria
32 Clubland young people project
32 Gospel faith mission
32 Offbeat
32 Redthread
32 Rewrite
33 Southwark Irish cultural and
development centre
33 Southwark Somali Refugee Council
Information, advice and
guidance
33 Carrib youth club Connexions access
point
33 Kingswood youth project Connexions
access point
33 Greenhouse Trust
33 Southwark mediation centre
Participation
33 Camberwell youth community council
33 Dulwich youth community council
34 Synergy Youth Council
Sport
34 Burgess park cricket club
35 Camberwell leisure centre
35 Dulwich leisure centre
35 Dulwich table tennis club
35 Harris Sports – East Dulwich
35 Millwall community scheme
35 South London Renegades Youth
American football team
35 Southwark city tennis club
35 Southwark community games
35 Southwark Tigers sports club
Uniformed groups
36 3rd Camberwell Scouts group
36 5th Camberwell Scouts group
36 23rd Camberwell Scouts group
36 25th Camberwell Scouts group
37 343 Air Training Corps
37 1475 Dulwich Air Squadron
Youth Clubs and adventure
playgrounds
37 Bethwin Road adventure playground
37 Camberwell and Dulwich detached
youth project
37 Cambridge House young peoples project
37 Caribb youth club
37 Dog Kennel Hill youth club
37 Groundwork London
38 Heartbeat Communiversity
38 Hollington club for young people
38 Kingswood young peoples project
38 Post Box project
38 Saint Faith’s youth project
38 Three Hills youth project
Arts and culture
Art in the Park
020 7277 4297
[email protected]
www.artinthepark.co.uk
A not for profit trust devoted to
making art with people for city parks
and gardens. The project aims to
involve people of all ages and abilities
in designing and making art work at
their studio and outdoor sites.
All ages. Open: please contact the
office for projects.
Blue Elephant theatre
59a Bethwin Road, SE5 0XT
020 7701 0100
[email protected]
www.blueelephanttheatre.co.uk
A vibrant arts venue with a varied
programme including comedy, music,
dance, film and visual arts. All forms
of theatre are used from new to
classics, British and international,
scripted and devised. Young people
theatre is a group of around 20 young
people that meet every Saturday
during term time to develop drama
and performance skills.
Ages: seven to 14 plus. Open: Saturday,
1pm to 3pm (11 to 13 years) Saturday,
4pm to 6pm (14+ years).
Bruk Out
Main office: Lynn Studios
Wells Way, SE5 0PX
07939 609 186 / 07950 316 950
[email protected]
www.brukoutworld.com
Runs a performing arts programme
specialising in dance. All classes
run on a termly basis and end with
a small showcase. The classes are
open any young person age eight
and upwards who lives in London,
but particularly those who live in
Southwark. Programmes are available
in Camberwell, Elephant and Castle
and Walworth Road.
Ages: eight and upwards. Open: check
website for more details.
Dulwich Picture gallery
Gallery Road, Dulwich, SE21 7AD
020 8693 5254
www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk
Dulwich Picture gallery houses a
collection of European art. The gallery
produces regular exhibitions and
events for both adults and children,
There is a café and great gardens in
the grounds.
All ages. Open: Tuesday to Friday,
10am to 5pm; Saturday and Sunday,
11am to 5pm.
South London gallery
65 Peckham Road, SE5 8UH
020 7703 6120
[email protected]
www.southlondongallery.org
Exhibitions at the South London
gallery are complemented by
programmes of events and
workshops for schools, colleges and
other young people.
All ages. Open: Tuesday to Sunday,
12pm to 6pm.
Storymakers TV
Unit 412 Bon Marché Centre
241-251 Ferndale Road, SW9 8BJ
020 70620226
www.storymakers-tv.com
[email protected]
A production and education media
company, Storymakers TV works
with professionals to deliver quality
educational youth courses and
programmes in formal and nonformal settings.
Ages: 12 to 19. Open: contact the
office for details.
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Theatre Peckham
Havil Street SE5 7SD
020 7708 5401
[email protected]
www.theatrepeckham.co.uk
Showing performances that the
community wants to see and be a
part of, Theatre Peckham was created
to provide greater access for the
whole community. Theatre Peckham
has a year round programme of
performing arts workshops for
children and young people including
boys dance, singing, performing arts
BTEC and other accreditations.
Ages: birth to 19 plus. Open: contact
the office for information.
Wyndham and Comber
drama group
Jessie Duffet Hall, Wyndham Road,
SE5 0UB
020 7701 0100
www.blueelephanttheatre.co.uk
Drama project for young people on
the Wyndham and Comber estate.
Activities include drama, games and
performing arts written and acted by
young people.
Ages: 11 to 16. Open: Tuesday, 5.30pm
to 7.30pm.
Youth animation
media (YAM)
Camberwell area
020 7564 4593
Learn how to animate and make
films. Activities include developing
scripts, shooting films and exploring
experimental techniques. The group
participates in organising film and
animation festivals and screenings.
The project does not currently have
a fixed address so please contact the
office for details about where they
meet.
Ages: 11 to 25. Open: Saturday, 1pm
to 4pm.
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Community
centres and
support
organisations
Camberwell Arts
Camberwell leisure centre,
Artichoke Place, SE5 8TS
020 7708 8333
[email protected]
www.camberwellarts.org.uk
Opportunities for the local community
to participate in creative activities. It
has a reputation for organising events
with innovative, cutting edge arts
programming.
All ages. Open: contact the office for
details.
Kingswood House
community centre
SE5 area so they can be channelled to
the relevant authorities.
For more information visit the website.
Community centre providing drama,
UK online suite, youth music and
community group activities
All ages. Open: office is open Monday
to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
South London family
service unit
Seeley Drive, Kingswood estate,
SE21 8QR
020 8761 7239
SE5 forum
www.se5forum.org
SE5 forum is intended to support
and provide a collective voice for the
community. Participants are invited to
share their concerns and ideas for the
5 Baldwin Crescent, SE5 9LQ
020 7733 6291
Support to families living in vulnerable
conditions. This can include working
with families whose lives are affected
by isolation, parenting issues, drug
and alcohol misuse, domestic violence
and abuse.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday, 9am
to 5pm.
Copleston community
centre
Copleston Road, SE15 4AN
020 7732 3435
[email protected]
Services include an asylum drop in
session, day care for asylum seekers,
ESOL teaching, exercise classes and
adult mental health project.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday, 9am
to 5pm.
East Dulwich
community centre
46-64 Darrell Road, SE22
020 8693 3810
The centre is home to many user
groups including the Post Box
youth club, Alleyn community play
group, Gumboots after school club,
Southwark Muslim council homework
club and Barry area residents
association.
All ages. Open: please contact the
office for information on different
projects.
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Crime reduction
World of Hope
Office: Cambridge House,
131 Camberwell Road, SE5 0HF
020 7703 5025
www.worldofhope.org.uk
Provides support services through
one to one and group workshops for
young people and their families. The
group also provides transition services
to young people and their families
who are new arrivals in the UK.
Ages: ten to 21 (up to 25 years for
young people with special needs).
Open: office hours are Wednesday
and Thursday, 9am to 2pm. Outreach
Saturday and Monday, 4pm to 7pm
Education and
training
Accreditation and
learning team
Bellenden Old School,
Bellenden Road, SE15 4DG
020 7639 5100
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, AQA,
Asdan short course, skills for working
life, introduction to youth work,
Enterprises award, peer motivator
training.
Ages: 13 to 25. Open: contact the
office for information on different
projects.
Camberwell library
17-21 Camberwell Church Street,
SE5 8TR
020 7525 2000
With homework clubs, teen reading
groups, manga and art workshops,
there’s more than just books in local
libraries.
All ages. Open: Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday, 9am to 8pm; Friday 10am to
6pm, Saturday, 9am to 5pm
Dulwich library
368 Lordship Lane, SE22 8NB
020 7525 2000
www.southwark.gov.uk/libraries
With homework clubs, teen reading
groups, manga and art workshops,
there’s more than just books in local
libraries.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday, 9am
to 8pm; Saturday, 9am to 5pm; Sunday,
12pm to 4pm.
Fairbridge in London
Salisbury House, 1st Floor,
5 Cranmer Road, SW9 6EJ
020 7582 9695
[email protected]
www.fairbridge.org.uk
Young people from disadvantaged
backgrounds can take part in a
programme to develop personal,
social and life skills to achieve their
goals. Fairbridge works with people
aged 13 to 25 who are not in
education, employment or training, or
who face exclusion from mainstream
education.
Ages: 13 to 25. Open: Monday to
Friday, 10am to 4pm.
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Southwark youth carnival
Bellenden Old School.
165 Bellenden Road, SE15 4DG
020 7635 6525
[email protected]
Southwark youth carnival teaches
young people the origins of carnival,
black African and Caribbean music
and culture. Free carnival workshops
for young people aged ten to 19
years between Easter and August.
Young people can create costumes,
learn how to stilt walk and practice
moves for the procession which takes
place in August.
Ages: ten to 19. Open: contact the
office for details.
Summer university
Bellenden Old School,
Bellenden Road, SE15 4DG
020 7732 6291
Fax: 020 7635 2668
Offers ten to 19 year olds a range of
free or affordable courses including
video journalism, dance, fashion
and sports. Many of the courses are
accredited, providing qualifications
for students as well as new life skills.
Ages: ten to 19. Open: all summer.
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Gospel Faith Mission
11-14 Graces Mews
Camberwell, SE5 8JF
020 7277 1777
[email protected]
www.gofamint.org
Youth activities include outings during
the holidays, and services on Sunday
morning.
All ages. Open: Sunday, 10am to 1pm.
Offbeat
9-11 Cottage Green, SE5 7ST
084 5003 7430
[email protected]
www.beoffbeat.org
environment
Young friends of Dulwich
park
Dulwich park
020 8694 5000
www.southwark.gov.uk/parks
Young people are able to get involved
in fun activities and positively impact
their community. Activities include
tree planting, bird and bat boxing,
arts, crafts and various other activities.
Ages: 11 to 18. Open: contact the
office for details.
Faith and minority
ethnic groups
Ardhmeria
Unit 106, Camberwell Business Centre,
99-103 Lomond Grove, SE5 7HN
020 7252 7471
[email protected]
www.ardhmeria.co.uk
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Supplementary classes for Albanian
pupils to improve their results. Classes
include Albanian, English and maths
up to GCSE levels for Albanian
children. Ardhmeria also organises
social and cultural events, dance
classes and sports activities for young
people.
Ages: ten to 18. Open: contact the
office for details.
Clubland young people
project
Walworth Methodist church,
54 Camberwell Road, SE5 0EN
020 7703 2477
[email protected]
www.walworthmethodist.org.uk
Offers counselling, games, sport,
outings, seminars, workshops, music,
computing, internet facilities and
volunteering opportunities.
Ages: 13 to 18.
Open: Tuesday, 7pm to 9pm.
A youth led initiative, this project
works from an inclusive Christian
value base, and works in partnership
with a range of other organisations
such as schools, the council and the
community. Offbeat uses music,
dance and drama as a medium for
young people to express themselves.
Ages: 13 to 25. Open: contact the
office for details.
Redthread
Correspondence address:
40 Calton Avenue, Dulwich, SE21 7DG
020 8123 9335
[email protected]
www.redthread.org.uk
A charity that offers activities and
services for young people aged
11 to 25. Activities include youth
work within the community and
also delivery of services for those
experiencing health issues, for
example counselling and referrals to
local GP practices and hospitals.
Ages: 11 to 25. Open: contact the
office for details.
Rewrite
34 Gilesmead
Camberwell Church Street, SE5 7LN
07709 764 420
[email protected]
www.rewrite.org.uk
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Rewrite brings together young people
from different backgrounds to fight
prejudice and injustice surrounding
refuge and asylum, through drama
and creative writing. REACT drama
group is for 14 to 19 year olds.
Creative ESOL (English for Speakers of
other Languages) programme for 11
to 16 years olds.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: contact the
office for details.
Southwark Irish cultural
and development centre
St Thomas More Hall,
116a Lordship Lane, SE22 8HD
020 7564 6089
[email protected]
www.southwarkirish.com
The centre provides an Irish arts and
education programme, ensuring Irish
traditional culture is kept alive to pass
on to future generations. Activities
include traditional Irish music (which
can be accredited), dance, sports,
storytelling, language and theatre.
The activities are for young people of
any ethnic background and culture
to experience and enjoy. For more
information visit the website.
Ages: six to 18. Open: Thursday, 6pm
to 9pm.
Information,
advice and
guidance
Southwark mediation
centre
Connexion access points
The centre aims to relieve stress
caused to people involved in a
dispute. It deals with cases under
the remit of the following projects:
community mediation (neighbour
disputes); peer mediation in schools;
work disputes and hate crime
mediation (disputes with a racial or
homophobic element).
All ages. Open: Monday to Thursday,
9.30am to 5.30pm (by appointment only).
Offering information, advice and
guidance for young people in the
Camberwell area. Specific support is
available for NEET young people, and
young parents.
Caribb youth club
Connexions access point
166 Benhill Road, Camberwell, SE5 7LL
0207 7019400
[email protected]
Ages: 13 to 19. Open: Monday, 10am to
7pm (2.30pm to 4pm is for young parents)
Tuesday to Thursday, 10am to 4.30pm.
Kingswood youth project
Connexions access point
Kingswood House,
Seeley Drive, SE21 8QR
020 8670 7575 / 07949 215 888
[email protected]
gov.uk / [email protected]
gov.uk
Ages: 13 to 19. Open: Wednesday, 6.30pm
to 8.30pm; Thursday, 2pm to 4pm.
Greenhouse Trust
Southwark Somali
Refugee Council
56-60 Comber Grove, SE5 0LD
020 7703 8419
[email protected]
www.welcare.org
Supports for young people to
overcome social obstacles and
barriers to become active members
of the community. Activities include
workshops and seminars for young
women, sports activities and
leadership awards and outings.
Age: 16 plus. Open: contact the office
for details.
Activities are aimed at children who
appear vulnerable to emotional
and/or behavioural problems or
social isolation. Key themes include
increasing children’s resilience, and
providing a positive transition to
secondary school and adulthood.
Children are referred to a small,
closed group that meets weekly.
There are a variety of activities
including adventure weekends
with the wider Greenhouse Trust
community as they get older.
Ages: seven to 11. Open: please
contact the office for details.
Unit 143, Camberwell Business
Centre, Lomond Grove, SE5 7NA
020 7358 3274
Email: [email protected]
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92 Camberwell Road, SE5 0EG
020 7708 4959
[email protected]
Participation
Camberwell youth
community council (YCC)
Bellenden Old School,
Bellenden Road, SE15 4DG
020 7639 8076
www.whtvr.org/
southwarkyouthelections
Young people are able to discuss and
get involved in their local community
through the forum. The project offers
training and support to members who
represent young people from their
local area at community council level
and at Young Southwark executive
meetings. YCC members are elected
once a year through elections which
young people across Southwark can
get involved in.
Ages: 13 to 19. Open: Camberwell YCC
every other Monday 6.30pm to 8pm.
Dulwich youth community
council (YCC)
Kingswood young people project,
Seeley Drive, Kingswood Estate,
SE21 8QR.
Young people are able to discuss and
get involved in their local community
through the forum. The project offers
training and support to members who
represent young people from their
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Millwall community scheme
street dace class
local area at community council level
and at Young Southwark executive
meetings. YCC members are elected
once a year through elections which
young people across Southwark can
get involved in.
Ages: 13 to 19.
Open: Monday, 6pm to 8pm.
Synergy Youth Counci
Cambridge House, 131 Camberwell
Road, SE5 0HF
07989 519 368
The project enables youth people
to identify, analyse and effect
change in the area and on issues
they feel strongly about. The
weekly meetings combine general
discussion and peer support to build
skills in teamwork, decision making,
prioritising and other skills that they
need to become effective members
of their community.
Ages: 13 to 16.
Open: Monday, 4pm to 7pm.
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Special needs
19+
These services are in a child and family
friendly environment.
Ages: birth to 18 years. Open: Monday
to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm.
Cambridge House,
131 Camberwell Road, SE5 0HF
020 7703 5025
[email protected]
www.ch1889.org
Sport
19+ is a life skills service for young
adults with learning difficulties aged
19 to 25. Project encourages and
develops employment opportunities
by providing young people with life
skills that many others may take for
granted.
Ages: 19 to 25. Open: Mondays and
Tuesdays, 10am to 3.30pm.
Burgess Park Sports Ground,
Corner of Trafalgar Ave
and Neate St, SE5 0JB
020 7737 0866 / 07958 284 133
www.burgesspark.play-cricket.com
Sunshine House
27 Peckham Road, SE5 8UH
020 3049 8100
Burgess park (Colts) cricket
club
The club is open to young people
of all cricketing abilities to play
competitively or for fun, improve skills
and awareness of tactics of the game.
Ages: ten to 16.
Open: Tuesday, 5pm to 7.30pm;
Thursday, 5pm to 8pm (16+)
Provides services for children and
young people with special needs,
disabilities and other vulnerabilities.
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Camberwell leisure centre
Artichoke Place, off Camberwell
Church Street, SE5 8TS
020 7703 3024
www.fusion-lifestyle.com
The centre has a Victorian pool (which
is closed at present for refurbishments
but will re-open 2010) together with
a sports hall, studios and gymnastics
club. Activities include dance studio,
martial arts, badminton, five a side
football, yoga and more.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday,
7am to 10pm; Saturday to Sunday,
8am to 5pm.
Dulwich leisure centre
45 East Dulwich Road, SE22 9AW
020 8693 1833
www.fusion-lifestyle.com
Activities and facilities include an
80 workstation gym in a converted
pool hall, together with studios and
a 27m heritage pool (which is closed
at present for refurbishments but will
re-open 2010). Currently activities
include aerobics and martial arts.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday,
6.30am to 10pm; Saturday and Sunday,
8am to 6pm.
Dulwich table tennis club
Harris Girls Academy, Fusion Sports
Centre, Homestall Road, SE22 0NR
020 7928 5595
[email protected]
The club offers individual
programmes and group sessions for
children and young people of all skill
levels. Young people are supported by
an experienced coach to ensure they
receive all the guidance and coaching
necessary to elevate their game.
Ages: five to 19. Open: Wednesday,
5.30pm to 8pm; Thursday, 6.30pm
to 10pm; Friday, 4.30pm to 7pm;
Saturday, 1pm to 5pm.
Harris sports, East Dulwich
Homestall Road, SE22 0NR
020 7732 2276
www.fusion-lifestyle.com
Activities and facilities include
a fitness suite, football, tennis,
volleyball, tae kwon do, karate, kick
boxing, cheerleading, trampolining
and more.
Ages vary depending on activity. Open:
Monday to Friday, 4.30pm to 7pm;
Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 5pm.
Millwall community
scheme
07958 026 876
[email protected]
www.millwallfc.co.uk
Using the power of football and
the appeal of Millwall football club,
Millwall street pro programme,
the Kickz and Millwall street pro
programme offers 12 to 18 year
olds the chance to take part in free
activities like football coaching and
five-a-side football tournaments,
street dance, boxing and fitness
sessions. Volunteer and train to
become a coach.
Dulwich
Alleyn’s School, Townley Road,
SE22 8SU
Ages: 12 to 18. Open: Friday, 7pm to 9pm.
Camberwell
St Michael and All Angels Academy
Farmers Road, SE5 0UB
Ages: 12 to 18. Open: Friday, 6pm to 8pm.
South London
Renegades youth
American football team
Chumleigh gardens,
Burgess park, SE5 0RJ
07946 728 515
[email protected]
Young people who join the team are
given instructions on how to play
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the game. The team competes in
the British Youth American Football
League. All fitness levels welcome, kit
will be provided.
Ages: 14 to 18. Open: from January
2010. Sunday 10.30am to 1pm.
Southwark city tennis club
Burgess Park Tennis Centre
44 Addington Square, SE5 7JZ
020 7703 4275
The tennis club has seven courts,
two of the courts are floodlight, and
a practice wall. Activities include
coaching and tournaments.
All ages. Open: contact the office for
coaching and court hire.
Southwark community
games
Community Sports Team
160 Tooley Street, SE1 2TZ
020 7525 0770
www.southwark.gov.uk/
southwarkcommunitygames
A year round programme of sports
coaching and competition for
young people aged seven to 16
years old. There is also sport related
vocational training for teachers and
young people aged 16 years and
older. Activities take place across the
whole of Southwark in schools, after
school clubs, estates and community
settings. Check the website for details.
Ages: seven to 16. Open: check the
website.
Southwark Tigers sports
club
Chumleigh gardens, Burgess park,
SE5 0RJ
07703 052 759
[email protected]
www.southwarktigers.org
Southwark Tigers offers free rugby
coaching, opportunities to play
against other teams and cheerleading
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for young people who don’t want to
play rugby.
Ages: seven to 17. Open: Rugby
is Sunday, 10.30am to 12pm, for
cheerleading please contact the office.
UNIfORmED GROUpS
Scout Groups
Scouts take part in a programme
that helps them to find out about the
world in which they live, encourages
them to know their own abilities
and the importance of keeping fit. It
helps develop their creative talents.
Activities include camping, survival
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and cooking skills, abseiling and
yachting.
3rd Camberwell Scouts
212 Bellenden Road, SE15 4BY
0845 300 1818
www.scouts.org.uk
Ages: 11 to 17. Open: Monday, 7pm to
8.30pm.
5th Camberwell Scouts
St Faiths Centre, Red Post Hill,
SE24 9JQ
020 7639 1418
www.scouts.org.uk
Ages: 11 to 18. Open: Friday, 8pm to
9.30pm.
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23rd Camberwell Scouts
18a Gilesmead
Benhill Road, SE5 7LN
020 7708 1127
www.scouts.org.uk
Ages: six to 18 years. Open: Monday,
7.30pm to 9pm; Tuesday, 8pm to 9.30pm.
25th Camberwell Scouts
Dulwich College PE Centre, Pond
Cottages, SE21 7LE
084 5300 1818
www.scouts.org.uk
Ages: ten to 18. Open: Tuesday and
Friday, 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
CAmBERWEll AND DUlWICH
343 Air Training Corps
2 Champion Hill, SE5 8AL
020 7737 7910
[email protected]
www.343.sqn.ac
Young people take part in outdoor
activities such as flying, gliding, rock
climbing, abseiling and sports such as
football or basketball.
Ages: 13 to 18. Open: Contact the
above number for details.
1475 Dulwich Air Squadron
Highwood Barracks,
Lordship Lane, SE22 8LE
020 8594 1668
Young people are able to build on
their achievements and earn BTECs
and Duke of Edinburgh Awards
through activities such as flying,
sports, target shooting, adventure
training.
Ages: 13 to 17. Open: Wednesday and
Friday, 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
YOUTH ClUBS
AND ADVENTURE
plAYGROUNDS
Bethwin Road adventure
playground
4 Bethwin Road, SE5 0HF
020 7703 4281
Adventure playground with open
access free play. Activities include
sports, healthy eating, table tennis,
pool, gardening, arts and crafts
and trips during the holidays. On
Fridays there is a youth club for older
members from 7pm to 9pm.
Ages: five to 15. Open: Tuesday to
Friday, 3.30pm to 7pm.
CAmBERWEll AND DUlWICH
Camberwell and Dulwich
detached youth project
Various sites across Camberwell
and Dulwich. Contact the office for
more details.
Tel: 020 7525 1595
Works with young people on estates.
Street corners, bus stops and parks.
Workers will interact with young
people about issues that affect them
such as bullying, spare time activities,
training employment and college
opportunities.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: please contact
the office for details.
Cambridge House young
people’s project (CHYPP)
Cambridge House,
131 Camberwell Road, SE5 0HF
020 7703 5025
[email protected]
www.ch1889.org
Providing social, educational, creative
and fun activities primarily for young
people aged 11 to 25 years. Working
in partnership with local organisations
the project provides opportunities for
young people to develop life skills,
enabling them to take responsibility,
develop cultural awareness and
personal confidence.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Various projects,
ring the office for details.
Caribb youth club
166 Benhill Road, London, SE5 7LL
020 7701 9400
[email protected]
Offering indoor and outdoor activities
such as sport, weight training,
cooking, homework club and IT
facilities, discussion groups, games,
song writing, singing, rapping and
dancing.
Ages: eight to 21. Open: Monday and
Thursday, 7pm to 10pm.
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Dog Kennel Hill youth club
Dog Kennel Hill, London SE22 8AA
020 7639 8076 (area office)
A mix of media, IT and games
including: writing music, building
computers and basic programming
tuition, table tennis and pool.
Regular workshops and discussion
groups on discrimination, citizenship,
aspirations, relationships and financial
life skills often take place.
Ages: five to 15. Open: Wednesday and
Thursday, 6.30pm to 9pm.
Groundwork London
Bellenden Old School,
Bellenden Road, SE15 4DG
020 8694 5000
A young women’s group run in
partnership with VAPA (Visual and
performing arts project) engaging
young women in arts and crafts
activities such as knitting, dress
making, food hygiene training, film
making etc. Alongside these activities
the young women discuss issues that
arise.
Ages: 12 to 19. Open: Tuesday, 6.30pm
to 8.30pm.
Heartbeat Communiversity
Clemance Hall
3-15 Brisbane Street, SE5 7NL
020 7701 0119
[email protected]
www.heartbeatcommunityinitiative.
com
Academy of arts and self
development for young people aged
11 to 16. Focusing on creative arts,
DJing, music productions, drama, TV
programme making, film making,
photography, debates, black history.
The session offers anger and time
management training, making
personal choices, decision making
and citizenship. Youth offenders
mentoring programme is for young
people aged 13 to 20. The project
focuses on the development of
vocational and creative skills such as
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music, self-development and life skills.
For more information and how to
refer please contact Ian Campbell.
Ages: ten to 19. Open: Monday to
Friday, 9am to 5pm.
Hollington Club for
young people
58-60 Comber Grove, SE5 0LD
020 7703 5193
A youth centre that provides
national and international residential
experiences. The club is open five
nights per week. It offers boxing,
basketball and football and other
activities.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Monday to
Friday, 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
Kingswood young
people’s project
Kingswood House, Seeley Drive,
SE21 8QR
07949 286 328
[email protected]
The project is creating a forum for
young people and a football team.
Currently available are media activities
(presenting and radio projects). It
provides a summer programme and
off site activities.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Wednesday and
Friday, 6.30pm to 9pm.
Saint Faith’s youth project
St Faiths community centre
Red Post Hill, SE24 9JQ
020 7639 8076 (area office)
A personal development session
where young people are able to work
on AQA’s, engage in moral debates,
learn skills in public speaking and
contributing at formal meetings. Staff
also support young people to be more
aware of young peoples rights and
discrimination law.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Monday 6.30pm
to 9pm
Three Hills youth project
Denmark Hill community centre
Blanchedown Road, SE5 8HL
020 7639 8076 (area office)
Various activities available
including music tuition, computer
programming, hair and beauty
sessions, healthy eating, workshops
and discussion groups, developing
partnership work with the local
tenants and residents association and
trips.
Ages: 11 to 16. Open: Tuesday, 6.30pm
to 9pm.
Post Box project
East Dulwich community centre,
Darrell Road, SE22 9NL
020 7685 6184
Activities include IT, drama, music,
sport, keep fit, dance, arts and crafts,
homework support, trips and summer
programme.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Wednesday,
6.45pm to 9.15pm.
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Arts and culture
41 Arts Express
41 Carl Campbell dance company 7
41 Creative media project
41 Reprezent youth radio station
41 The Hub youth project
41 Visual and performing arts
41 Whtvr media project
Community centres AND
SUPPORT ORGANISATIONS
41 Area management services – Peckham
41 Peckham settlement
42 Peckham Voluntary sector forum
42 Safe Shop
42 Sojourner community centre
42 Unity centre
42 Wickway community centre
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43 Eternal life support centre
43 From Boyhood to Manhood foundation
43 Kickstart Catch-22
43 MCSAS – Hearts of Love
46 Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
46 Peckham youth community council
46 Peckham Rye and Nunhead youth
community council
46 Southwark youth participation project
Education and training
43 Leaders of Tomorrow
43 Lifeskills solutions
44 Nunhead library
44 Peckham library
44 Springboard Southwark
ENVIRONMENT
44 Young friends of Peckham Rye park
Faith and Minority ethnic
Groups
44 All Saints Peckham
44 Nunhead Salvation Army
45 Southwark Muslim women’s association
45 Southwark refugee project
45 Southwark Travellers action group
45 Southwark Turkish education group
45 Southwark Vietnamese refugee association
Health
45 Family nurse partnership programme
45 Sickle cell and young stroke survivors
45 Wisegem young peoples project
Information, advice and
guidance
45 Prospect Connexions
46 Southwark youth training initiative
46 Young parent group
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Special needs
46 Fast Forward
Sport
46 Macpro Limited
46 Millwall community scheme
47 Peckham Challengers BMX club
47 Peckham Pulse
47 SE15 walk-in
47 Southwark Caribb youth football
and sports academy
47 Southwark community games
Uniformed groups
47 12th Camberwell Scouts group
47 21st Camberwell Scouts group
47 34th Camberwell Scouts group
47 Southwark Boys Brigade (115 London)
48 Southwark Girls Brigade (208 London)
Youth clubs AND ADVENTURE
PLAYGROUNDS
48 Bells Gardens youth club
48 Bradfield youth club
48 Central Venture park
48 Damilola Taylor centre
48 Groundwork London
48 Grove Vale youth club
48 Ivydale youth project
48 Leyton Square adventure playground
48 Peckham and Nunhead detached
youth project
48 Peckham Rye adventure playground
48 Westminster House
Arts and culture
Arts Express
Old School Keepers House,
Ivydale Road, SE15 3BU
020 7635 6709
[email protected]
www.arts-express.org.uk
An arts charity in Peckham. Projects
include evening classes and Saturday
workshops at their studio, events and
workshops in public and workshops
in schools, centres and cultural
institutions.
All ages. Open: contact office for
details.
Carl Campbell dance
company 7
Admin office: Thomas Calton
Centre, Alpha St, SE15 4NX
020 7639 4875
[email protected]
The company is committed to the
development of Caribbean dance
culture for young people. The
company delivers sessions all over the
borough, contact the office for times
of different sessions.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Tuesday, 4.30pm
to 6pm at Peckham Pulse.
Creative media project
Bellenden Old School,
Bellenden Road, SE15 4DG
020 7639 4215
Music and music production activities
including training in a professional
recording studio. Learn rap, MC and
vocals, playing instruments including
drums, bass, electrics, learn to read
music theory and aural awareness.
Get access to music careers advice.
Ages: 11 to 18. Open: Monday and
Thursday, 6pm to 9pm; Wednesday,
5pm to 8pm; Friday, 5pm to 7pm.
Reprezent youth radio
station
103 Asylum Road, SE15 2LB
[email protected]
www.reprezent.org.uk
Reprezent is a youth led radio station,
providing learning and broadcasting
opportunities for young people.
Reprezent works with people from
Bashy to the Minister of State for
Policing, to keep Reprezent fresh,
unique and innovative.
Ages: 13 to 24. Open: sessions vary.
Register on the website for details.
The Hub youth project
103 Asylum Road, SE15 2LB
020 8694 5000 / 07816 766 073
Music technology, song writing, vocal
skills and video editing. Also available
are computers, a homework club and
a big screen TV for films.
Ages: 13 to 25. Open: Contact the
office for details on different sessions.
Visual and performing arts
(VAPA)
Bellenden Old School,
Bellenden Road, SE15 4DG
020 7252 8914
VAPA is a borough-wide arts project.
Young people can get training and
use facilities in a variety of visual
and performing arts disciplines.
Regular evening sessions are available
alongside short accredited courses
and a programme of summer
activities. VAPA has established strong
links with other organisations such
as South London gallery and Tate
Modern.
Ages: 14 to 19. Open: please contact
the office for details.
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Whtvr media project
Bellenden Old School,
Bellenden Road, SE15 4DG
020 7525 3941
[email protected]
www.whtvr.org
Young people help to produce
the Whtvr magazine and have the
opportunity to write for the website.
Young people receive training
through the weekly journalism
course, work with professional
designers and Southwark Council’s
communication team to see their
work published in the magazine or
online.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: please contact
the office for details.
Community
centres and
support
ORGANISATIONS
Area management services
– Peckham
9 Blenheim Grove, SE15 4QS
020 7252 1021
[email protected]
southwark.gov.uk
The Peckham programme team
manages the social, economic and
continuing physical regeneration
in Peckham, Peckham Rye and
Nunhead.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday, 9am
to 5pm.
Peckham Settlement
Goldsmith Road, SE15 5TF
020 7639 1823
[email protected]
org.uk
www.peckhamsettlement.org
Various activities for young people
aged 11 to 18. Fully equipped
youth club, including computer
suite, running a range of activities/
workshops and homework support.
The centre is accredited by Asdan
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and will be offering other alternative
education routes. It will also be
running the National youth challenge
and youth achievement awards.
Ages: 11 to 18. Open: Various projects,
ring the office for details
Peckham voluntary sector
forum (PVSF)
349 Ilderton Road, SE15 INW
020 7635 8977 / 020 7635 5529
[email protected]
www.peckhamforum.org.uk
PVSF works for the interests of its
members made up of 150 different
community, faith and voluntary
organisations operating in Peckham
and Nunhead. Services provided are
management and organisational
development, representation,
collaboration, information and
networking.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday, 7am
to 5pm; Saturday, 7am to 1pm
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Safe Shop
Unity centre
The Safe Shop is a base for the
community street warden service in
Peckham. There is also an internet
cafe in the building used to engage
young people in Peckham with
Eternal Life Support. The basement
has a studio space that can be used
by young people for music and the
arts.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday, 10am
to 5.30pm.
The Unity centre has a hall available
for hire as well as offices for long
term use. Information, advice and
guidance service for Peckham is
based in the centre. The information,
advice and guidance service works
with young people to help them into
training at college or make their first
steps in the working world. The team
support NEET young people through
the activity agreement pilot.
All ages. Open: contact the office for
details.
Safe Shop
91 Peckham High Street, SE15 5RS
020 7525 6208
Sojourner community
centre
161 Sumner Road, Peckham, SE15 6JL
020 7277 0448
[email protected]
Projects operating from the centre
include Wisegem teenage pregnancy
advice and support, the Southwark
refugee project and a music studio.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday, 9am
to 10pm.
37 Peckham High Street, SE15 5EB
020 7277 0448
[email protected]
Wickway community
centre
George’s Way, SE15 6PL
020 7252 4514
www.wickway.co.uk
The centre provides social,
recreational and educational
opportunities, with youth activities on
Tuesday evening.
Open: Tuesday, 5.45pm to 8.45pm
Ages: eight to 15.
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Eternal Life support centre
Safe Shop, 91 Peckham High Street,
SE15 5RS
020 7525 6208
[email protected]
www.elscuk.com
The centre provides practical,
emotional and psychological support
for young people and parents on a
range of issues facing young people
such as employment, training,
housing, challenging behaviour, selfesteem and health.
Ages: seven to 30. Open: please visit
the website for details.
From Boyhood to
Manhood foundation
(FBMF)
Trinity College Centre,
1 Newent Close, SE15 6EF
020 7703 6415
www.usatfbmf.com
with the following sessions. Monday’s
session is at Brimmington tenants and
residents hall and Fridays is at Spark
pitches for a game of football!
Ages: 12 to 17. Open: Monday 7pm
to 9pm at Brimmington tenants and
resident hall; Friday 4.30pm to 6.30pm
Spark Pitches, Brimmington Park;
Tuesday 6.15pm to 8.15pm at Central
Venture Park.
MCSAS – Hearts of Love
020 8856 0549 / 07940 321 438
[email protected]
The project offers one to one youth
and family support to those affected
by or been involved in crime. Youth
and family counselling is supported
by advice that helps young people
to manage the fear of being
attacked again. The project offers
a programme of motivational talks,
counselling sessions, music and
dance, photography and filming.
Ages: 13 to 19. Open: please contact
the office.
The organisation helps young
people, aged 11 to 19 who have
been excluded from school, to gain
academic qualifications through the
organisations day programme. FBMF
also teaches morals, discipline and
respect. The older young people train
to qualify as peer mentors so they can
offer advice and guidance to other
troubled young people starting on the
project.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: please contact
the office for details
Education and
training
Leaders of Tomorrow
19 Buller Close, SE15 6UJ
020 7252 5235
The project identifies and supports
underachieving learners who posses
leadership skills and have an aptitude
for business. These young people
are given additional support to fulfil
their true potential and raise their
educational attainment.
Ages: 14 to 19. Open: Wednesday,
5pm to 8pm.
LifeSkills solutions
33 Sternhall Lane, SE15 4NT
020 7732 1255
[email protected]
www.lifeskillssolutions.net
Lifeskills solutions is an entry to
employment provider based in
Peckham, they run a 22 week
construction program FCA level one
City and Guilds, in bricklaying and
Kickstart Catch-22
Brimmington estate and central
venture park, Kelly Avenue, SE15
020 7820 8200
Supports young people at risk of
offending to achieve personal and
social development. There is a general
session at Central venture park with
facilities such as climbing wall, pool
and PS3. The project has a youth
inclusion programme in Peckham
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plastering plus basic/key skills in OCR
numeracy and literacy. The course is
for any young person interested in
seeking access to the construction
industry and gaining valuable
experience.
Ages: 16 to 19. Open: Monday to
Thursday, 8.45am to 5.30pm; and
Friday, 9am to 1pm.
Nunhead library
Gordon Road, SE15 3RW
020 7525 2000
With homework clubs, teen reading
groups, manga and art workshops,
there’s more than just books in local
libraries.
All ages. Open: Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, 10am to 7pm; Friday, 10am
to 6pm; Saturday, 10am to 5pm.
Peckham library
there’s more than just books in local
libraries.
All ages. Open: Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday, 9am to 8pm;
Wednesday, 10am to 8pm; Saturday,
10am to 5pm; Sunday, 12pm to 4pm.
ENVIRONmENT
Springboard Southwark
Young people are able to get involved
in fun activities and positively impact
their community. Activities include
tree planting, bird and bat boxing,
arts, crafts and various other activities
Ages: 11 to 18.
821 Old Kent Road, SE15 1NX
020 7639 1007
www.springboard-st.org/index.htm
Springboard Southwark offers a wide
range of training, primarily for young
people, to help them develop and
improve their skills. The project is
focused towards those with learning
difficulties and believes everyone has
something to offer. The project offers
pre-employment and work-based
programmes aimed at raising clients
self esteem and confidence.
Ages: 14 to 19. Open: Monday to
Friday, 9.30am to 5.30pm.
122 Peckham Hill Street, SE15 5JR
020 7525 2000
Young friends of Peckham
Rye park
Peckham Rye park
020 8694 5000
www.southwark.gov.uk/parks
fAITH AND mINORITY
ETHNIC GROUpS
All Saints Peckham
All Saints Church
Blenheim Grove, SE15 4QS
020 7639 3052
www.allsaintspeckham.org.uk
All Saints is a vibrant and busy
family church based at the heart
of Peckham. It provides a range of
weekly activities and sessions for
children and young people. There
is Christian input in the clubs, while
offering opportunities for children
and young people to have fun, build
friendships and community.
Ages: birth to 18. Open: Contact the
office for details.
With homework clubs, teen reading
groups, manga and art workshops,
Nunhead Salvation Army
217a Gordon Road, SE15 3RT
020 7639 7292
The church aims to meet the needs of
young people in Nunhead. Activities
include general youth club sessions
on Thursday for 11 to 14s and Friday
for 15 plus. Football training and
matches are on Saturday and youth
and young adult church services are on
Sunday. For more information on any
of these activities contact the office.
Ages: 11 plus. Open: Thursday, 6pm to
7.30pm; Friday, 8.30pm to 10pm; Saturday
all day; Sunday 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
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Southwark Muslim
women’s association
Bellenden Old School,
Bellenden Road, SE15 4DG
020 7732 8053
[email protected]
www.smwa.org.uk
Provides after-school classes as well
as a Saturday school where young
people can learn English, maths and
IT. All young people who attend are
given an email account, can browse
the web or play computer games. A
fashion and design BTEC certificate
and childcare course has recently
been added to the programme.
Ages: five to 19. Open: Monday to
Saturday, 10am to 7pm.
Southwark refugee project
161 Sumner Road, SE15 6JL
020 7703 4046
[email protected]
This project supports young refugees
and asylum seekers through mother
tongue classes as well as maths,
English and homework support
workshops.
Ages: eight to 18. Open: drop
in Monday, 10am to 12.30pm;
Wednesday, appointment only.
Southwark Travellers’
action group
STAG, Peckham Settlement
Goldsmith Road, SE15 5TF
020 7639 1823
The action group is a young people’s
forum which shares with other
groups and young people the cultural
experience of being young travellers.
The group also helps the council and
other organisations on policy making,
training and consultation.
Ages: ten to 15. Open: contact the
office for information.
Southwark Turkish
education group
Thomas Calton Centre
Alpha Street, SE15 4NX
020 7277 6829
Support and activities provided for
young people include GCSE maths
classes, Turkish traditional folk
dancing, Turkish modern music and
dance, Saz lessons and football training.
Ages: 11 to 18. Open: Saturday, 1pm to
4pm; Football training Thursday, 6pm
to 8.30pm.
Southwark Vietnamese
refugee association
Bellenden Old School, Bellenden
Road, SE15 4DG
020 7277 8642
The association runs cultural and social
activities for young Vietnamese people.
Ages: eight to 25. Open: Thursday, 6pm
to 8pm; Saturday, 3pm to 5pm.
Health
Family nurse partnership
programme
Gaumont House,
1st Floor, 95 Marmont RD, SE15 5TP
020 7138 7840
[email protected]
The Family nurse partnership offers
support, advice and information for
young first time mothers living in
Southwark. The family nurse meets
regularly with the family and covers
all aspects of pregnancy, preparing
for the birth of the baby, support
with parenting and making plans for
the future, including family planning,
return to work or education.
Age: Under 19s
Open: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
Sickle cell and young
stroke survivors
[email protected] / www.scyss.org
A charity that supports children and
young people affected by sickle cell
disease and strokes. Services offered
include advice and information,
Saturday club, play schemes, music
clubs, counselling for children and
parents/carers and health promotion.
Ages: two to 16. Open: Monday to
Friday, 9am to 5pm
WiseGem young people’s
project
Sojourner community centre,
161 Sumner Road, SE15 6JL
07944 290 423
[email protected]
www.wisegem.org
A community based organisation
which aims to provide better quality
of life for Southwark’s young people
through working with pregnant
young people, young parents and
their families. The project educates
young people on the impact of
teenage pregnancy and sexually
transmitted infections to enable them
to make informed decisions.
Age: under 19s. Open: please contact
the office for details.
Information, advice
and guidance
Prospect Connexions
128 Rye Lane, SE15 4SB
020 7358 2160
www.connexions-direct.com
Personal advisers offer help to young
people with problems, identifying
their strengths, setting goals,
offering advice and information on
jobs, training, further education,
volunteering and other activities.
Age: 13 to 24. Open: Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, and Friday, 9.30am to 5pm;
Wednesday, 11.30am to 5pm
801 Old Kent Road, SE15 1NX
020 7635 9810
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Southwark youth
training initiative
Peckham youth
community council (YCC)
[email protected] gov.uk
A borough wide project that supports
young people with vocational training
opportunities, peer mentoring,
accredited courses and is able to signpost young people to volunteering
and employment opportunities.
SYTI works with partners/groups
in developing bespoke training for
young people.
Ages: 13 to 19. Open: main office
hours are Monday to Friday, 9.30am to
5pm.
Young people are able to discuss and
get involved in their local community
through the forum. The project offers
training and support to members who
represent young people from their
local area at community council level
and at Young Southwark executive
meetings. YCC members are elected
once a year through elections which
young people across Southwark can
get involved in.
Ages: 13 to 19. Open: Thursday, 6pm
to 9pm.
Young parent group
Peckham Rye and Nunhead
youth community council
(YCC)
Bellenden Old school, Bellenden
Road, London SE14 4DG
020 7635 0942
Toy library, Leyton Square,
Masimore Street, SE15 6SX
020 7138 7836
Play activities for teen parents and
their children as well as a toy library
available.
Age: Mums under 19
Open: Wednesday 1.30pm to 3.30pm
Participation
Duke of Edinburgh’s
Award
Office is at Bellenden Old School,
Bellenden Road, SE15 4DG
020 7639 5100
www.dofe.org.uk
A personal development programme
for 14 to 25 year olds. The
programme is run in schools and
youth clubs around Southwark.
The key aspects of the award
are volunteering, physical, skills,
expedition, and residential.
Ages: 14 to 25. Open: please contact
the office.
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Central Venture Park,
Kelly Avenue, SE15
020 7252 5235
020 7252 5235
Young people are able to discuss and
get involved in their local community
through the forum. The project offers
training and support to members who
represent young people from their
local area at community council level
and at Young Southwark executive
meetings. YCC members are elected
once a year through elections which
young people across Southwark can
get involved in.
Ages: 13 to 19. Open: Contact the
office for details.
Southwark youth
participation project
19 Buller Close, SE15 6UJ
020 7732 7917
Encourages young people to be
active in decision making across the
borough. The project incorporates
Southwark Youth Council, which
is the leading youth forum in the
borough. It works closely with the
youth community councils and holds
events and workshops as a way for
young people to express their views,
which they then take to decision
makers that provide a service to
young people. The participation
project includes the youth funds
panels, a primary source of funding
for youth led activities.
Open: Contact the office for details
Ages: 14 to 21
Special needs
Fast Forward
19 Buller Close, SE15 6UJ
020 7732 1847
Borough wide special needs project,
with various evening sessions for
most levels of learning disability.
Please contact the project to learn
about existing groups and sessions.
Cost of session varies from £1.50
to £2 per session, some transport is
offered.
Ages: 11 to 25. Open: please contact
the office for details
Sport
Macpro Limited
Damilola Taylor Centre
1 East Surrey Grove, SE15 6DR
07903 317 888
[email protected]
www.macpro-uk.co.uk
Macpro Limited delivers sport and
social development services for young
people through basketball, leagues
and coaching services, accredited
training, sport courses and conflict
management. First aid courses are
also offered.
Ages: 11 to 25. Open: Contact the
office to find out when sessions are.
Millwall community
scheme
Damilola Taylor Centre
East Surrey Grove, SE15 6DR
07958 026 876
[email protected]
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www.millwallfc.co.uk
Using the power of football and
the appeal of Millwall football club,
the Kickz and Millwall street pro
programme offers 12 to 18 year olds
the chance to take part in positive
activities. Volunteering and coach
education opportunities are also
available. Activities include free
football coaching and five-a-side
football, street dance, boxing, fitness
sessions and more.
Open: Monday, 6pm to 9pm football
(coaching and five-a-side) Thursday,
6pm to 9pm girls only activities; Friday,
6pm to 9pm football (five-a-side
tournaments)
Ages: 12 to 18
Peckham Challengers
BMX club
Bird in Bush Park,
Bird in the Bush Road, SE15
[email protected]
www.peckhambmx.co.uk
The club has a weekly open training
session every Saturday at Peckham
track from 9am to 1pm. Membership
to the club cost £10 per year. Contact
the office for a membership form.
All ages. Open: The track has open
access, training session is Saturday 9am
to 1pm
Peckham Pulse
10 Melon Road,
Peckham, SE15 5QW
020 7525 4999
www.fusion-lifestyle.com
Fitness classes like body pump and
kick boxing to child specific activities.
There is also a health suite, which
offers extensive treatments.
All ages. Open: Monday to Friday, 7am
to 10pm.
SE15 walk-in
Connexions and Kickstart in
partnership offer workshops and
use of the fully equipped multi-gym.
Young people are shown how to use
the equipment by the centre’s friendly
fitness and class instructors.
Age: 11 to 19. Open: Fridays,
4pm to 7pm.
Southwark Caribb youth
football and sports
academy (SCYFSA)
246 Ivydale Road, SE15 3DF
020 7732 4593
[email protected]
www.southwarkcaribbfc.co.uk
SCYFSA encourages young people
from Southwark and surrounding
areas to play football together. The
club provides a ‘positive’ environment
for young people to build selfesteem, and enable them to become
role models/mentors to younger
members.
Ages: seven to 21. Open: Thursday,
6pm to 8.30pm; Saturday, 10am to
2pm; times vary for matches on Sunday
Southwark community
games
Community sports team,
160 Tooley Street, SE1 2TZ
020 7525 0770
www.southwark.gov.uk/
southwarkcommunitygames
A year round programme of sports
coaching and competition for young
people aged seven to 16 years old.
There is also sport related vocational
training for teachers and young
people aged 16 years and older.
Activities take place across the whole
of Southwark in schools, after school
clubs, estates and community settings,
please check the website for details.
Ages: seven to 16. Open: please check
the website.
Peckham Pulse,
10 Melon Road, SE15 5QW
020 7252 5235
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Uniformed groups
Scout Groups
Scouts take part in a programme that
helps them to find out about the world
in which they live, encourages them
to know their own abilities and the
importance of keeping fit. It helps
develop their creative talents. Activities
include camping, survival and cooking
skills, abseiling and yachting.
12th Camberwell Scouts
Bradfield Club, Commercial Way,
SE15 6DQ
084 5300 1818
www.scouts.org.uk
Ages: 11 to 17. Open: Thursday, 7pm
to 8.30pm.
21st Camberwell Scouts
Trinity Centre, Newent Close,
SE15 6EF
084 5300 1818
www.scouts.org.uk
Ages: 11 to 17. Open: Monday, 6pm to
7.30pm
34th Camberwell Scouts
Rye Hill Tenants Association,
Rye Hill Estate, SE15
084 5300 1818
www.scouts.org.uk
Ages: 11 to 17. Open: Thursday, 6pm
to 8pm.
Southwark Boys Brigade
(115 London)
Peckham Rye Baptist church,
55a Nigel Road, SE15 4NP
020 7639 8459
www.boys-brigade.org.uk
The boys brigade is a Christian,
international charity working
alongside boys and young men of
every background, ability and culture.
Boys Brigade is a fun, interesting,
challenging and relevant provider of
activities, skills, care and Christian love
for young people.
Ages: 11 to 18. Open: Fridays, 6.45pm
to 10pm; Sunday, 10.45am to 12pm.
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Southwark Girls Brigade
(208 London)
Peckham Rye Baptist Church,
55a Nigel Road, SE15 4NP
020 7639 8459
www.girlsbrigadeew.org.uk
A Christian, international charity
working alongside girls and young
women of every background, ability
and culture. Girls Brigade is a fun,
interesting, challenging and relevant
provider of activities, skills, care and
Christian love for young people.
Ages: 11 to 18. Open: Wednesdays, 6pm
to 8.30pm; Sunday, 10.45am to 12pm.
Youth clubs
and adventure
playgrounds
Bells Gardens youth club
19 Buller Close, SE15 6UJ
020 7252 5235
Sports, pool, table tennis various
workshops, a youth forum and short
trips.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Friday, 6pm to 9pm.
Bradfield youth club
Damilola Taylor Centre
1 East Surrey Grove, SE15 6DR
020 7703 9996
Football, badminton, basketball, street
dance, trips and discussion. During
the school holidays sports leagues
and tournaments are organised.
Youth training activities include Duke
of Edinburgh award, dance, yoga,
aerobics, boxing and circuit training
are also available. Casual hire of the
sports hall and outdoor floodlit seven
a side pitch is possible.
Ages: ten to 19. Open: Monday to Friday,
9am to 9pm; Saturday, 10am to 1pm.
Groundwork London
Cossall estate tenants and residents
hall, 48 Mortlock Close, SE15 2QE
020 8694 5000
A youth club provision which runs
weekly. Offering kickboxing, street
dance, behaviour workshops to
general drop in and arts and crafts.
The project also has accredited
courses such as first aid, introduction
to youth work and various AQAs.
Ages: ten to 18. Open: Wednesday and
Friday, 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
5-13 Commercial Way, SE15 6DQ
020 7703 3477
[email protected]
Grove Vale youth club
Table tennis, pool, dance classes and
tennis coaching and DJ workshops.
Ages: 11 to 18. Open: Monday to
Wednesday, 6pm to 9pm.
Games, table tennis, pool, five a side
football, basketball, handwork and
many other varied activities according
to age group. There are different
sessions for different age groups
during the week. Contact the office
to find out more.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Monday, 6pm
to 8pm; Tuesday, 8pm to 10pm;
Wednesday, 6pm to 10pm; Saturday,
6pm to 9pm.
Central venture park
Kelly Avenue, SE15
020 7252 5235
Delivering youth work programmes
offering young people a range of
opportunities. Activities include
sports, pool, table tennis various
workshops, and short trips.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Wednesday, 6 to
9pm (girls only)
Friday, 6pm to 9pm (generic session)
McDermott Road, SE15 4EE
020 7277 8495
Ivydale youth project
Ivydale primary school
Ivydale Road, SE15 3BU
020 7252 5235
Leyton Square
adventure playground
Peckham Park Road, SE15 6SX
020 7277 7591
Supervised by experienced, trained
staff. Open access and free of charge.
Open: Tuesday to Friday, 3.30pm to
7.30pm; Saturday, 11am to 5pm
Ages: five to 15.
Peckham and Nunhead
detached youth project
Address: various sites across
Peckham and Nunhead. Contact the
office for more details.
020 7525 1595
Works with young people on estates,
street corners, bus stops and parks.
Workers will interact with young
people about issues that affect them
such as bullying, spare time activities,
training employment and college
opportunities.
Ages: 11 to 19 Open: please contact
the office for details
Peckham Rye adventure
playground
Homestall Road, SE22 0SB
020 7635 0430
Supervised by experienced, trained
staff. Open access and free of charge.
Ages: five to 15. Open: Tuesday to
Fridays, 3.30pm to 7.30pm; Saturdays,
11am to 5pm.
Westminster House
29 Nunhead Grove, SE15 3LZ
020 7639 5879
Youth project for young people in
Nunhead and the surrounding area.
After school and evening sessions,
weekend activities, residentials and
exchanges take place in school
holidays.
Ages: eight to 18. Open: contact the
office for details.
Sports, pool, table tennis and workshops.
Ages: 11 to 19. Open: Thursday, 6pm
to 9pm.
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12th Camberwell Scouts
1475 Dulwich Air Squadron
14th Bermondsey Scout group
16th Bermondsey Scout group
19+
20th Bermondsey Scout group
21st Camberwell Scouts
23rd Camberwell Scouts
25th Camberwell Scouts
30th Southwark Scout group
343 Air Training Corps
34th Camberwell Scouts
3rd Camberwell Scouts
5th Camberwell Scouts
Accreditation and learning team
Action SE17
All Saints Peckham
Ardhmeria
Area management services – Peckham
Art in the park
Arts Express
Aylesbury activate project
Aylesbury NDC
Aylesbury youth club
Bacons College sports
Bede Youth adventure project
Bells Gardens youth club
Bengali women’s group
Beormund community centre
Bermondsey and Rotherhithe
detached youth project
Bermondsey Christian centre
Bermondsey Youth community council
Bethwin Road adventure playground
Blackfriars Settlement youth club
Blue Anchor library
Blue Elephant theatre
Borough and Bankside youth
community council
Borough/Bankside and Walworth
detached team
Bosco centre
Bradfield youth club
Brandon library
Brandon youth and community centre
Brook London
Bruk Out
Brunel museum
Burgess park adventure playground
Burgess park (Colts) cricket club
Burgess park kart track
Camberwell and Dulwich detached
youth project
Camberwell Arts
Camberwell leisure centre
Camberwell library
Camberwell youth community council
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37
13
13
34
13
47
36
36
25
37
47
36
36
31
18
44
32
41
29
41
23
18
25
12
13
48
20
8
13
10
11
37
25
9
29
22
25
13
48
20
25
22
29
7
25
34
23
37
30
35
31
33
Cambridge House young peoples
37
project
Caribb youth club
37
Carl Campbell dance company 7
41
Carrib youth club Connexions
33
access point
Central Venture park
48
City Hope church
10
City of London Sea Cadets
25
Clubland young people project
32
Coin Street neighbourhood centre
18
Colombo sports centre
23
Community Action Southwark
18
Community drug education project
22
Community space challenge
10, 20
Community youth limited
7
Copleston community centre
30
Creative media project
41
Crossway youth club
26
Damilola Taylor centre
48
Darwin court
23
DIY/Cafe gallery projects
7
Dockland settlement
8
Dog Kennel Hill youth club
37
Downside Fisher youth club
14
Duke of Edinburghs Award
46
Dulwich leisure centre
35
Dulwich library
31
Dulwich Picture gallery
29
Dulwich table tennis club
35
Dulwich youth community council
33
East Dulwich community centre
30
East Street library
20
Elephant and Castle leisure centre
23
Eternal life support centre
43
Faces in Focus
22
Fairbridge in London
31
Family nurse partnership programme 45
Fast Forward
46
Fear or fashion
19
Fredericks adventure playground
26
From Boyhood to Manhood foundation43
Geraldine Mary Harmsworth sports
24
facility
Gospel faith mission
32
Greenhouse Trust
33
Groundwork London
26, 37, 48
Grove Vale youth club
48
Haddon Hall Baptist church
10
Harris Sports – East Dulwich
35
Heartbeat Communiversity
38
Hollington club for young people
38
Hornafrik integration projects
10
Hub Youth
26
Ilderton motor project
9
Inspire and 2 Inspire
18
Ivydale youth project 48
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Juvenile fire setters intervention
9
scheme
Karrot project
19
Kickstart Catch-22
19, 43
Kids Company
22
Kingswood House community centre 30
Kingswood young peoples project
38
Kingswood youth project Connexions 33
access point
Latin American multicultural group
20
Latin American youth forum
20
Leaders of Tomorrow 43
Leyton Square adventure playground 48
LifeSkills solutions
43
London Bubble theatre company
7
Macpro Limited
46
MCSAS – Hearts of Love
43
Millwall Community Scheme 12, 24, 35, 46
Mint Street adventure playground
26
New Venture youth club
14
Newington library
20
NRG service
22
Nunhead library
44
Nunhead Salvation Army
44
Odessa youth club
14
Offbeat
32
Oval House theatre
17
Oxford and Bermondsey youth club
14
Pecan
20
Peckham and Nunhead detached
48
youth project
Peckham Challengers BMX club
47
Peckham library
44
Peckham Pulse
47
Peckham Rye adventure playground
48
Peckham Rye and Nunhead youth
46
community council
Peckham settlement
41
Peckham Voluntary Sector Forum
42
Peckham youth community council
46
Pembroke House youth centre
26
Post Box project
38
Prospect Connexions
45
Real Drama
17
Redthread
32
Reprezent youth radio station
41
Rewrite
32
Rockingham Somali support group
21
Rockingham estate play association
26
Rotherhithe library
9
Rotherhithe Youth community council 11
Safe Shop
42
Saint Faiths youth project
38
Salmon youth centre
14
SE1 United youth forum
23
SE15 walk-in
47
SE5 forum
30
Seven Islands leisure centre
12
49
Sickle cell and young stroke survivors 45
Silwood youth project
14
Shakespeare’s Globe theatre
17
Sojourner community centre
42
Somali youth action forum
21
South Bermondsey partnership
9
South London family service unit
30
South London gallery
29
South London Renegades Youth
35
American Football team
Southside
17
Southwark arts forum
8
Southwark Boys Brigade (115 London) 47
Southwark Caribb youth football and 47
sports academy
Southwark city tennis club
35
Southwark College
9, 20
Southwark community
12, 24, 35, 47
games
Southwark Cyprus Turkish association 21
Southwark Girls Brigade (208 London) 48
Southwark Irish cultural and
33
development centre
Southwark mediation centre
33
Southwark Muslim association
11
Southwark Muslim women’s
45
association
Southwark Playhouse
17
Southwark refugee project
45
Southwark Salvation Army young
21
peoples services
Southwark Sea Cadets
25
Southwark Somali Refugee Council
Southwark Tigers sports club
Southwark Travellers action group
Southwark Travellers education
support services
Southwark Turkish education group
Southwark Vietnamese refugee
association
Southwark Volunteer Police Cadets
Southwark Young Pilgrims
Southwark youth carnival
Southwark youth offending team
Southwark youth participation project
Southwark youth training initiative
Speaker Box
Springboard Southwark
St John’s Waterloo church
St Jude’s youth club
Starlight music academy
Stop smoking team
Storymakers TV
Summer university
Sunshine House
Surrey Docks adventure playground
Surrey Docks farm
Surrey Docks watersports centre
Synergy youth council
Tate Modern Thames Angels Explorer Scout unit
The Hub youth project
Theatre Peckham
33
35
45
11
45
45
25
9
31
19
46
46
12
44
21
21
18
11
29
31
34
14
10
12
34
18
13
41
29
Three Hills youth project
Time and Talents
Toucan employment project
Unicorn theatre
Unity centre
Visual and performing arts
Walworth youth community council
Waterloo sports and football club
Westminster House
Whites Grounds skate park
Whtvr media project
Wickway community centre
Wisegem young people’s project
World of Hope
Wyndham and Comber drama group
XLP
YHA Rotherhithe
Young carers project
Young friends of Burgess park
Young friends of Dulwich park
Young friends of Peckham Rye park
Young friends of Southwark park
Young mums project
Young parent group
Young Vic theatre company
Young Visions
Youth animation media
Youth club for the Blue
Y-volunteer
38
9
12
7
42
41
23
24
48
13
41
42
45
31
29
9
9
22
20
33
44
10
11
46
18
22
29
14
23
INDEX of BOROUGHWIDE SERVICES
Accreditation and learning team
31
Ardhmeria
32
Art in the park
29
Arts Express
41
Bengali women’s group
20
Brook London
22
Community Action Southwark
18
Community drug education project
22
Community space challenge
10, 20
Creative media project
41
Faces in Focus
22
Fairbridge in London
31
Family nurse partnership programme 45
Fast Forward
46
Groundwork London
26, 37, 48
Ilderton motor project
9
Juvenile fire setters intervention
9
scheme
Karrot project
19
Kickstart Catch-22
19, 43
Latin American multicultural group
20
Latin American youth forum
20
Leaders of Tomorrow 43
50
London Bubble theatre company
7
Millwall Community Scheme 12, 24, 35, 46
Pecan
20
Prospect Connexions
45
Reprezent youth radio station
41
Sickle cell and young stroke survivors 45
South London Renegades Youth
35
American Football team
Southside
17
Southwark College
9, 20
Southwark community
12, 24, 35, 47
games
Southwark Cyprus Turkish association 21
Southwark Girls Brigade (208 London) 48
Southwark Irish cultural and
33
development centre
Southwark mediation centre
33
Southwark Muslim association
11
Southwark Muslim women’s
45
association
Southwark refugee project
44
Southwark Travellers action group
45
Southwark Travellers education
11
support services
Southwark Turkish education group
45
Southwark Vietnamese refugee
45
association
Southwark Volunteer Police Cadets
25
Southwark Young Pilgrims
9
Southwark youth carnival
31
Southwark youth offending team
19
Southwark youth participation project 46
Southwark youth training initiative
46
Speaker Box
12
Springboard Southwark
44
Stop smoking team
11
Toucan employment project
12
Unicorn theatre
7
Visual and performing arts
41
Wisegem young peoples project
45
XLP
9
Young carers project
22
Young friends of parks
10, 20, 33, 44
Young Visions
22
Y-volunteer
23
www.whtvr.org INDEX Of SERVICES
www.whtvr.org
Youth providers network
Children’s services
Southwark Council
160 Tooley Street
London
SE1P 5LX
Published December 2009
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