The 393 Club is registered charity and youth orientated community centre that's home to the Hillsborough Boys & Girls Club, a drop-in youth club that runs senior and junior youth clubs for children and young people aged 8-19 years. Senior youth club is free. There…
When: Alternate Wednesdays Time: 7-9pm A youth club for teenagers with Asperger's Syndrome, activities include arts and craft, snooker/pool, table tennis, football, a computer suite, outdoor activities and a wii. Our aim is for the teenagers to have fun, ‘chill out and make new friends’.
Book based activities for children
0114 203 9529
If you are aged 8 – 12years old and LOVE reading, why not join our new Chatterbooks group? We now have a new group to talk about our favourite books. We will have different themed books to read and talk about each month, as well…
When: Tuesdays monthly, please ring for dates 0114 273 4205 Time: 3.45pm - 4.45pm Cost: Free Age: 7 - 11 years
Children's club, Team Games, Quizzes, Challenges, Drama looking to encourage good values and life skills. Lots of fun and laughter, light faith-based discussion. Been running for over 15 years
Impact is a kids' club run by Meadowhead Christian Fellowship for children between school ages Y1-Y6 (5-11 years). It takes place on Mondays (term time only) from 6pm - 7:5pm.
0114 237 5700
Current covid informatrion: The main centre building is currently closed to the public and we are not taking room bookings/public hire enquiries for events before March 2021. The car park, outdoor toilets and cafe are open Tuesday- Sunday 10-4. Craft courses are taking place and tp view the 2021 course programme/to book on a course please go to www.ecclesallwoodscraftcourses.co.uk. To go...For any other enquiries please email email@example.com (current response time up to 5 working days)
At Mini Professors we are passionate about science! Mini Professors classes provide a warm and welcoming environment in which young children can not only explore and marvel at science but we also encourage many life skills, such as asking and answering questions, turn taking, sharing and socialising.
The Youth Club is for young people with disabilities. Take part in a wide range of activities: arts & crafts; sports; cooking; games; outings; socialising; discussions; DVD's; day trips & more. The Club can also offer volunteering opportunities for able bodied young people to gain…
A registered charity which promotes the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their communities. Provides an enjoyable and attractive scheme of progressive training based on the Scout Promise…
Our Church is an Anglican-Methodist partnership and we hope that the openness of the building reflects the open approach of our congregation. We are an Eco-Church and belong to the Inclusive Church Network. Shirley House, part of our premises, houses our Interfaith Centre and is also used for weekly Quaker Worship.