Centre 63 Youth Club
Activities which are on offer on a regular basis include:
- Multi -Media and Music (musical expression, learning through playing musical instruments, music and communication through music and dance)
- Sport (football, team games, education through exercise and team building)
- Craft workshops
- Casual activities (pool, socialising, healthy eating, x box and help with homework)
- Comic Youth (creative art, drawing, reading and using comic books and magazines)
The Youth Club focuses on giving Young People a safe and friendly environment to come and socialise with their peers, develop social skills, community awareness and participate in positive projects and activities, including a chance to take part in new activities and experiences.
The centre also runs the following sexual health workshops, drugs awareness workshops and various music workshops from recording to learning to play an instrument. We also hold multi media and music sessions where you can learn an instrument and have fun.
YES project - Housing, money and debt advice. Supports young people to live independently.Employment advice servic.
Church of England Youth Centre
Old Hall Lane
Opening days / times
8 - 18
No referral required however all other agencies may refer young people to the youth club. Young people may drop-in or phone. Parental consent is required for juniors.
Disabled access information
Kirkby Residents only.
Juniors: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 4.30pm-6.30pm. (8-12-years of age)
Seniors: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 6.45am-8.30pm. (13-18-years of age and 18+ on a case by case basis)
The Youth Club offers several opportunities for accreditation including
the Mayors Award,
Awards and ASDAN.
Various music lessons.
It is staffed by qualified Youth Workers