We help communities by giving them advice on how to safely set up and run a youth club but we can't tell you exactly what the club will be like. Generally they will provide the opportunity to mix with other local young people and try activities like, cooking, sport, games and fundraising events.

“My friends always said how good youth club was but I didn’t know what to expect the first time I came along. But I like being at youth club because it’s a safe, warm and sociable environment where I can meet with my friends outside of school.” (Leah, 17, from Cheltenham).

Where is my closest youth club?

Use the map below to find out if there is a youth club near you. Click on the markers for more information;

Please note that the partnership scheme has not assessed the quality of the club but being a partner does show that the club has received advice from us about best practise.


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Please find below a list of our current partners.

Avening Youth Club
B-Epic Youth Club
Breathe (Connect and Bream Junior Club)
Brockweir Youth Club
Brockworth Trust Youth Club
Cheltenham YMCA
CMAS
ConnectAT
Forest of Dean Sea Cadets
Forest Pulse
Found in the Forest Youth Theatre
Frith Youth Club
GAY-GLOS
GL3 Community Hub
Glo-Active
Gloucester Rugby Community Charity
Gloucestershire Federation of Young Farmers
Gloucestershire Young Carers
Hartpury Youth Group
Horsley Youth Club
Infobuzz
Lydney Boxing Club
Minchinhampton Youth Centre
MPG Theatre Company
Nailsworth Youth Club
Ozone
PSALMS
Rodborough Youth Project
Ruardean Youth Club
Stonehouse Youth Club
Stonham Housing
Tewkesbury Baptist Youth
The Bizz
The Door Youth Project
The Gaff Youth Project
The Friendship Café, St James City Farm & Riding School
The People's Pod
The Rock
Together in Matson
Westbury on Severn Youth Project
World Jungle