The Harrow Club Family 

The Harrow Club family consists of four youth clubs  in some of the most deprived areas in West London. The main purpose for these youth clubs is to help and support young people from these areas transition into adulthood. For specific details for each of the clubs please see below.

Harrow Club

Youth and community engagement has taken place at the Harrow Club site in one form or another since 1883. With such a history, there are few that have lived in the local area and it’s surroundings that haven’t been to the club at some point either for sports, or youth and community activities.  Currently the club runs youth activities on at least four days per week, with a programme that includes a junior, senior and transitional youth club, Football teams, Girls Groups, Music Workshops, Arts and Crafts, Cookery and a range of sport, developmental and educational programmes. Adult activities are also supported, with an Adult Club on Monday evenings, where our space can be used for sporting and social activities by the local community. Two local Men’s football teams also make use of our facilities on Wednesday evenings.

Currently we have two active youth boys football teams based at the club at U12 and U14/15 level, with training during the week and team matches taking place on Sunday mornings (Our home matches are at Wormwood Scrubs).

Our music studio is fully integrated for live recording. The studio provides young people with a space for expression through music and spoken word. Our studio team has a vast amount of experience of working in and around the music industry, and can offer bespoke projects and courses such as music production, track mastering, learning how to own and operate a record label, or to learn how to DJ.

Who & When?

Juniors 8-12 year olds   –  Tuesday & Friday 3.30-6.15pm
Seniors 12-19 year olds  –  Tuesday & Friday 7:00-10:00pm
(24yrs with LLDD)

Where?

Harrow Club, 187 Freston Road, London W10 6TH

Current Youth Programme

Tuesday :  Open Access Youth Work Sessions (all areas of club are accessible but subject project programming)

3:30 – 6:15pm  –  Junior Youth Club (8-12yrs)
3:30 – 8pm  –  Transitional Youth Club group only (11-13yrs)
7pm – 10pm  –  Senior Youth Club (13-19yrs)

U12 Boy’s Football Training 5 – 6:30pm

Wednesday : Girl’s Project

6 – 7 pm  –  Yoga
7 – 8pm  –  Boxfit Project

Thursday :

4:30 – 6:30pm  –  Table Tennis Club
7 – 9pm  –  Music/DJ Workshop

Friday :  Open Access Youth Work Sessions (all areas of club are accessible but subject project programming)

3:30 – 6:15pm  –  Junior Youth Club (8-12yrs)
7pm – 10pm  –  Senior Youth Club (13-19yrs)

U14/15 Boy’s Football Training 7 – 8:30pm

Sunday :

Different start times and venues – Boys Football matches (Home games are played at Wormwood Scrubs)

 

T 020 8969 2528


OLD OAK YOUTH CLUB

Old Oak Youth Club is based on the Old Oak Estate in East Acton. We have been running the youth club for five years and in that time have formed a good partnership with the local community centre. Within the club we run a variety of programmes including arts & crafts, football, health & fitness and cooking plus many more. We also have generic activities such as pool, table tennis, and PS3. Alongside this we also run targeted pieces of work around a variety of subjects and holiday programmes during the school holidays.

Who?
Seniors 12-19 year olds
(24 year olds with a disability)

Juniors 8-12 year olds

When?
Seniors
Monday 7:00-10:00pm
Tuesday 6:30-9:30pm
Friday 6:30-10:00pm

Juniors

Friday 3:30-6:00pm

Where?
Old Oak Community Centre,
Old Oak, 76 Braybrook Street,
East Acton, London W12 0AP

T 020 8740 8008


WHITE CITY YOUTH CLUB

White City Youth Club is based on the White City Estate and we have been running the youth club for five years. We have formed good relationships and work with a number of local partners in the area within this time including the Safer Neighbourhood Team and Phoenix High School, Randolph Beresford and The Big Local. Within the club we run a variety of projects including photography, football, a gym project, cooking and learning about cultures plus many more. We also have generic provision such as pool, table tennis and Xbox.  Alongside this we also run targeted  pieces of work around a variety of subjects and holiday programmes during the school holidays.

Who?
12-19 year olds
(24 year olds with a disability)

When?
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
6:30-9:30pm

Where?
White City Adventure Playground,
Canada Way, London, W12 7PH

020 8749 0909


SANDS END YOUTH CLUB

Sands End Logo Main Eagle

Sands End Youth Club is based on the Sands End Estate in Fulham and we have been running the youth club for five years. Since we opened we have been working in partnership with the Adventure Playground, the local old people’s homes and we have recently started working with the Inclusion Officer from the council within the area. Within the club we run a variety of projects including fitness projects, a variety of workshops, food and cooking projects and we also have a youth committee. We also have generic provision such as pool, table tennis and Xbox.  Alongside this we also run targeted  pieces of work around a variety of subjects and holiday programmes during the school holidays.

Who?
12-19 year olds
(24 year olds with a disability)

When?
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
7:00-10:00pm

Where?
Sands End Adventure Playground, Marinefield Road,
Fulham, London SW6 2LN

T 020 7736 6572
Email enquiries@sandsendyc.org