We run Youth Clubs throughout the week at our Community Hubs. For full details on each youth club please click on the link.


Warndon Junior Youth Club – 5.00pm-6.30pm Ages 10-13 (50p)

Warndon Youth Club 7.00-8.30pm ages 14+19 years (50p)

Dines Green Youth Club 6.00-7.30pm ages 10-19 years (50p)


KGV Youth Club 4.30-6.00pm ages 13-19 years (50p)


Dines Green Make & Do Club 4.00-5.30pm ages 5-10 years (£1.00)

Tolly School of Magic 3.30-6.00pm ages 5-10 years (50p)

Dines Green Youth Club 6.00-7.30pm ages 10-19 years (50p)

Ronkswood Youth Club 6.00-8.00pm 12-19 years (50p)


Ronkswood Youth Club 6.00-8.00pm ages 13-19 years (50p)

Warndon Boomerang (children with ASD) 6.30-8.00pm ages 10-19 years (Free)


KGV Football 4.15-5.15pm ages 10-19 years (50p)

Ronkswood  Drama Group 4.15-5.45pm 5-12 years (£1.00)

KGV Kinship Carers Youth Group (bi-weekly) 5.30-7.30pm (bi-weekly) ages 6-19 years (Free)

Horizon Multi Sports – 6.00pm-8.00pm ages 10+ (50p)


Horizon Girls Group (bi-weekly) 12.00-3.00pm ages 13-19 years (50p)

Horizon Junior Girls Group (bi-weekly) 12.00-3.00 ages 9-12 years (50p)


Horizon sessions contact:

Dines Green contact:

Ronkswood contact:

Warndon, KGV & Tolly contact:



About our Youth Service

Youth Work (structured and open access)

Youth Work encourages young people to get actively involved in addressing issues that affect them personally and/or that they believe are important amplifying young people’s voices and leadership, creating safe spaces where they can discuss issues that affect their lives, and taking part in various activities and require any information if they so wish. Youth sessions include working with external agencies, targeted youth work, activities, sports and various other opportunities to get young people active and engaged.

The primary role of the Youth worker is to build positive relationships with the young people to improve outcomes for young people. These include:


  • Providing positive opportunities and experiences that will unlock potential, make their voices heard and create a greater sense of community and responsibility.”
  • Developing young people’s personal effectiveness through building their ability to arrive at their own choices and solutions to problems
  • Making links between the different aspects of young people’s lives
  • Setting and demonstrating appropriate standards of behaviour
  • Keeping young people safe from physical and mental harm
  • Putting proper supervision in place, through which adults provide clear, appropriate and consistent rules and expectations