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Ashton Vale Club for Young People
Providing sport and recreational facilities for young people aged 8-21 years, including outside courts, inside activities, internet café and playstation room, supervised by qualified staff.
2. Avon Youth Association (AYA) (Ref #1750)
AYA works with young people aged 11-25 years old and particularly targets those who do not access (or feel alienated from) traditional youth work. Delivery is provided through the Bristol Youth Bus (BYB). Especially those living in isolated rural areas or underprivileged urban areas. AYA is able to target resources around specific groups of vulnerable young people who may be at risk of offending, low literacy skills, young people who may develop unhealthy eating habits.
3. BREAD Youth Project (Ref #2623)
At BREAD Youth Project we run projects and activities for and with young people, to raise awareness of issues that are important to young people across Bristol.
4. Baggator (Ref #1801)
Social Club for young people 10 - 19 years. Tuesdays Bike Club 5 - 7pm; Wednesdays Open Access 7 - 9pm; Thursdays Girls' Group 7 - 9pm; Fridays Open Access 7.30 - 10pm
5. Dhek Bhal (Ref #391)
Dhek Bhal works and campaigns with and for South Asian people to promote their health and social wellbeing in Bristol and South Gloucestershire. Elderly womens group, over 50s. Mens elderly group. Sitting service.
6. Hillfields Park Baptist Church (Ref #2067)
HBPC are running a number of community programs: lunch club, mum's group, keep fit, coffee mornings, football team and youth events. So much so that they are now going through the process of raising money to build a new centre for the community to house them. We are desperately seeking funding for the new centre, it will cost around £500,000 and we have so far raised £60,000. If you can help or wish to donate please go to our web address.
7. Manor Farm Boys' Club (Ref #1353)
Manor Farm Boys Club is a sport and activity based youth club for boys and young men aged 8-16 years of age.
8. Off The Record LGBTQ Service (Ref #2690)
LGBTQ Counselling We offer a free and confidential LGBTQ counselling service for young people aged 13-21 Freedom Youth Group Freedom is a fun, safe, social space for LGBTQ young people to meet each other, discuss issues important to them and have their voices heard. Freedom is open to anyone that identifies as LGBTQ or is questioning their sexuality – no labels applied! Tuesday 7pm - 9.30pm Central Bristol For more information contact: email@example.com
9. Powerhouse Youth Club (Ref #1361)
Friday night youth club from 7-9pm for young people aged 10 - 16 Activities include DJing, pool, table tennis, volleyball, football and off-site activities such as bowling, ice-skating, cinema etc.
10. Redcatch Community Association (Ref #2578)
Management of a high quality community hall for hire by groups, organisations or individuals. 20 regular groups - social, recreational and sporting. Very popular for exhibitions, childrens parties and private events. £10 per hour for exclusive use of the building. Concessionary rates for charity fundraising events and not for profit community groups at discretion of the management committee.
11. Rock Community Centre Ltd, The (Ref #800)
The Rock Community Centre is based in Lawrence Weston. The 'Rock' aims to provide a community facility for activities identified by the local people with specific reference to the elderly and disabled of all ages. Activities include healthy eating classes, exercise classes, yoga, line dancing, tea dances, bingo, indoor bowls, mum & toddlers group and lunch club. The Rock is also available to book for private parties.
12. Sea Mills Boys and Girls Club (Ref #1587)
We are a youth club that caters for 9-19 years old. We play football, tennis and cricket. We have indoor games i.e. snooker, tennis and computer games.
13. St. Paul's Youth Work Team (Ref #1183)
Brigstocke Road Project: Tuesdays 7pm-9pm and Wednesdays 7.30pm- 9.30pm providing sports etc. Thursdays Girls' night 5.30pm-8pm.
14. St. Silas Club For Young People (Ref #1580)
We are a part time lively Youth Club providing a safe, friendly, fun and well equipped venue for young people aged 11+. We aim to provide opportunities where young people are supported and encouraged to positively express themselves with help from experienced youth work staff and individual support. Opportunity to take part in a variety of activities, including arts, dance, sports, gym, an outside floodlit court, and computer facilities.
15. Withywood Centre (Ref #2402)
The Withywood Centre is an award winning, environmentally friendly and fully accessible Community Centre and Cafe. The Centre provides free car parking. We cater for all kinds of functions including meetings, conferences, parties and counselling rooms. On site is an internet cafe, church, Amelia Nutt Clinic, Bristol South Community Learning Difficulties Team (CLDT), South Bristol Advice Service (SBAS), Age Concern, The Princess Royal Trust Carers Centre and a Youth Café.
16. Young Bristol (Ref #1036)
Young Bristol offers a wide range of activities and opportunities to young people from 8-25. This includes the chance to volunteer and gain accreditation. Young Bristol also supports a network of youth clubs across the city. We are also an umbrella body for the DBS (Criminal Records checks) and can offer a checking service.
17. Youth and Play Services (Ref #1364)
Open access youth work at Wicklea Youth Centre targeting local young people age range 13 - 19yrs. The project offers a range of activities and trips, and addresses issues that young people have. We also cover street-based youth work across the districts, responding to needs of young people and providing activities including sports programmes.
18. eclipseArts Circus Parties (Ref #2635)
We offer circus skills workshops.We have fifteen years of experience working at festivals, clubs, theaters, schools and youth clubs. Try your hand at a wide range of skills, from feather balancing to hula-hoop or tight-wire; we create bespoke packages for you. There are no limits or restrictions; we are available to work with all ages and abilities.