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Youth Hubs

Westminster Youth Hubs

There are a number of Westminster Youth Hubs to get involved with for a variety of age ranges. Youth Hubs are a great way to make friends and learn new skills. Check out some of the youth clubs in Westminster below to find one for you. 

Avenues  

Avenues youth project was founded in 1979 and are based in North Westminster. The club has a site with great facilities including classrooms, a kitchen, a dance studio, a recording studio, a radio room and a large hall. Check out what is on offer from Avenues here.   

Four Feathers  

Four Feathers youth club is situated next to Regents Park and holds membership from 500 young people! The club welcomes young people aged 8-19 from Marylebone and surrounding areas within London. Four Feathers run a senior and junior club from Tuesday to Friday after school with a range of activities including boxing, IT, music, Dance, sport, arts and crafts and much more. See the full activity timetable on their website here.  

St Andrews 

St Andrew’s is the world’s oldest youth club, founded in 1866. The club is based in South Westminster and is open to ages 5 and above. St Andrew’s run a range of activities from archery to music production, cookery to chess, screen printing to photography, karate to arts and crafts. The club work with an impressive list of external partners including the English National Opera and Tate Britain. Find out more about membership and activities on their website here

Amberely  

The Amberely youth project is open to all young people aged 8-19 who live in Westminster. The project runs activities from Tuesday to Thursday between 4pm and 7.30pm. Activities include photography, cooking, table tennis, football, careers advice, construction training and drama workshops. For more information about the club, click here.  

Churchill Gardens  

Churchill Gardens provide a space for young people aged 8-19 to take part in activities such as music production, sport and games, as well as development programmes such as healthy relationships, inclusion and diversity training. For more information about the Churchill Gardens project click here.



Last Updated 31/12/2020

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