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Youth Clubs and Centres

There are a number of youth clubs and centres across the Vale of Glamorgan from Penarth to Colwinston.

 

We believe that friendships are an important part of life, at our youth clubs and centres there are plenty of opportunities to make friends and have fun in a safe and friendly environment, alongside being able to take part in activities that teach you new skills. This includes both National and Local accreditations alongside our Duke Of Edinburgh Award Scheme.

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  • 1: #Youthy @ The Hub - YMCA Building, Court Road, Barry, CF63 4EE

    Opening Hours:

    Mondays 6.45pm-9.15pm

    Tuesdays 6.45pm - 9.15pm

    Thursdays 6.45pm-9.15pm

     

    The centre offers a wide range of activities including issue based sessions, arts, sports, residential opportunities, community projects, youth committees, discos, trips, volunteering opportunities, photography,  plus lots more.

     

    All young people aged 11-25 years are welcome at the centre and can take part in any of the above activities or just pop on and chill with friends.

     

    If you have any concerns or need further information about any issues that are affecting you as a young person then please pop in.

     

    All Youth Service clubs welcome volunteers of all ages to help with its activities. Young people who have grown out of youth club activities are especially welcome to return and help and gain experience of working with young people themselves.

  • 2. Colwinston Youth Club - Colwinston Village Hall, Colwinston, Cowbridge, CF71 7NL

    Opening Hours: Fridays 6.45pm – 9.15pm (Term Time Only)

     

    A popular provision in the rural Vale attended by young people from all across the Vale.

     

    The club has the benefit of meeting in a large hall with excellent facilities both inside the hall and surrounding playing fields.

     

    Activities include indoor and outdoor games, Internet, play stations, issue based work, pool, table tennis etc. Young people have the opportunity to go on trips, visits, inter-club competitions etc.

     

    All Youth Service clubs welcome volunteers of all ages to help with its activities. Young people who have grown out of youth club activities are especially welcome to return and help and gain experience of working with young people themselves.

     

  •  3. Wick Youth Club - Wick Sports Pavilion, Cwrt y Felin, Wick

    Opening Hours: Wednesdays 6.15- 8.45pm (Term Time Only)

     

    Long standing youth club with over 17 years in the community, come along and get involved.

     

    Activities include indoor and outdoor games, Internet, play stations, issue based work etc.  Young people have the opportunity to go on trips, visits, inter-club competitions etc.

     

    This club has a strong link with the village community council, which supports the club's activities. Members arrange their own events during the course of the year such as a Valentine's disco, summer fair etc. 
     
    Wick has, amongst other equipment, a full size pool table and basketball facilities installed outside the Pavilion.
     
    2015 saw the club in its seventeenth year and it draws its members from Wick, Broughton and Marcross.

  • 4. Llantwit Major Youth Centre - Llantwit Major Youth Club, Station Road, Llantwit, CF61 1ST

    Opening Hours:

    Tuesdays: Major Music - 6.30pm - 9.00pm

    Wednesday: 6.45pm - 9.15pm (DofE night only- No Youth Club)

    Thursday: 6.00pm - 8.30pm

    Friday: 6.00pm - 8.30pm (years 5-8) (All Term Time Only)  

     

    We are currently renovating the building to make it more appealing to local community groups and clubs, this will make the club bigger and better.

     

    The centre offers a wide range of activities, these include; issue based sessions, arts, sports, residential opportunities, community projects, youth committees, discos, trips, volunteering opportunities, photography,  plus lots more.

     

    All young people aged 11-25 years are welcome at the centre and can take part in any of the above activities or just pop on and chill with friends.

     

    If you have any concerns or need further information about any issues that are affecting you as a young person then please pop in

     
    All Youth Service clubs welcome volunteers of all ages to help with its activities. Young people who have grown out of youth club activities are especially welcome to return and help and gain experience of working with young people themselves.

  • 5. Vale Youth Street Team - The Pulse Project

    The Pulse Project - The Pulse project is funded externally via the Community Safety Grant and aims to engage with Young People from across the Vale of Glamorgan in their communities to prevent youth anti-social behavior and to divert behaviors towards something positive, preventing young people from becoming first time entrants into the Criminal Justice System. 

     

    The Pulse team form part of the vale Youth Street Team.

     

    The team operates 52 weeks of the year across the vale of Glamorgan, ensuring that there is something available during the school holidays when normal youth provision is closed.

     

    The Vale Youth Street team links together the detached team, the mobile youth provision and also our mobile skate park called 'rollers'.

  • 6. Point Project - Youth Participation

    Youth Participation - The Point team facilitates a number of participation projects to empower young people to have their say in their communities.  We offer support, information and training on how to influence decision-making in the Vale and raise awareness of the rights of children and young people.

  • 7. Cowbridge Youth Centre - Old Hall High Street, CF71 7AH

    Opening Hours:

    Wednesdays: 6.15 – 8:45 pm

    Thursdays: 6.15 – 8:45 pm (DofE night only- No Youth Club)

    (Term Time Only)

     

    Cowbridge has recently moved to the Old hall in Cowbridge, come along and get involved its great new venue!

     

    Cowbridge Youth Club is open to young people aged 11 – 25, activities include indoor and outdoor games, Internet, play stations, issue based work, pool, table tennis etc. Young people have the opportunity to go on trips, visits, inter-club competitions etc.

     

    All Youth Service clubs welcome volunteers of all ages to help with its activities. Young people who have grown out of youth club activities are especially welcome to return and help and gain experience of working with young people themselves.

  • 8. Llandough Out Loud Youth Club (LOL) -The Royal British Legion Clubs, Penlan Road

    Opening Hours: Thursdays 6.30pm - 9.00pm (Term Time Only)

     

    The 'New' Youth club in Llandough run in partnership with Youth Service and Community.

     

    The centre offers a wide range of activities, these include; issue based sessions, arts, sports, residential opportunities, community projects, youth committees, discos, trips, volunteering opportunities, photography,  plus lots more.


    All young people aged 11-25 years are welcome at the centre and can take part in any of the above activities or just pop on and chill with friends  

     
    If you have any concerns or need further information about any issues that are affecting you as a young person then please pop in

    All Youth Service clubs welcome volunteers of all ages to help with its activities. Young people who have grown out of youth club activities are especially welcome to return and help and gain experience of working with young people themselves.

     

  • 9. Murchfield Youth Centre - Murchfield Community Centre, Sunnycroft Lane, Dinas Powys, CF64 4QQ

    Due to low numbers attending the community centre the youth club we have closed the club ; we are however looking at alternative options in the area for the future; possible options include after school clubs, linking directly with the library to offer accredited learning and also other interests from groups and partnership working.

     

    We are sorry for those that were attending but as a council department we are committed to providing a value for money service which is committed to those young people in the community and have to consider different available options. 

     

    Please keep your eyes open for information in the future.

     

  • 10. Elfed Avenue Youth Club - Elfed Avenue, Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, CF64 3LX

    Opening Hours: Thursdays 6.15pm - 8.45pm (Term Time Only)

     

    The 'New' Youth club in Penarth run in partnership with Youth Service and United Church group.

     

    The centre offers a wide range of activities, these include; issue based sessions, arts, sports, residential opportunities, community projects, youth committees, discos, trips, volunteering opportunities, photography,  plus lots more.

     

    All young people aged 11-25 years are welcome at the centre and can take part in any of the above activities or just pop on and chill with friends 
     
    If you have any concerns or need further information about any issues that are affecting you as a young person then please pop in

    All Youth Service clubs welcome volunteers of all ages to help with its activities. Young people who have grown out of youth club activities are especially welcome to return and help and gain experience of working with young people themselves.

  • 11. YYD Penarth - Ysgol Y Deri, Sully Road, Penarth, CF64 2TP

    Opening Hours:

    Mondays: 3.30pm - 5.30pm (Term Time Only)

    Wednesdays:  3.30pm - 5.30pm (Term Time Only)

     

    Our new Youth Club based in the school Ysgol Y Deri for young people with additional needs.

     

    The centre offers a wide range of activities for young people that need additional support, these include; issue based sessions, arts, sports, residential opportunities, community projects, youth committees, discos, trips, volunteering opportunities, photography,  plus lots more.

     

    All young people aged 11-25 years are welcome at the centre and can take part in any of the above activities or just pop on and chill with friends  

     
    If you have any concerns or need further information about any issues that are affecting you as a young person then please pop in

    All Youth Service clubs welcome volunteers of all ages to help with its activities. Young people who have grown out of youth club activities are especially welcome to return and help and gain experience of working with young people themselves.

  • 12.  Clwb Ieuenctid Y Barri - Palmerston Education Centre, Cadoc Crescent, Barry, Cf63 2NT

    Opening Hours: Wednesday 5.00pm – 6.45pm (Term Time Only)

     

    This is our Welsh speaking youth club which is run in partnership with The Urdd.

     

    The Vale of Glamorgan Youth Service is continuing to run a Welsh-language youth club every Wednesday evening in partnership with the Urdd, however we have recently moved into the Welsh Hub at Palmerston Education Centre.

     

    The club is run by Welsh-speaking youth workers and provides a great opportunity for young people to use Welsh in an informal setting and outside of school.

    All Youth Service clubs welcome volunteers of all ages to help with its activities. Young people who have grown out of youth club activities are especially welcome to return and help and gain experience of working with young people themselves.

  • 13. Room 102- Rhoose - Rhoose Community Centre, Stewart Road, Rhoose, CF62 3EZ

    Opening Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays, 5.15pm - 7.45pm (Term Time Only)

     

    Rhoose Youth Club has recently joined forces with the voluntary afterschool club in the Vale, this has enabled us to provide a much bigger service for those who need something during those times. We work together to offer young people a safe space to attend and meet with friends, whilst also have the opportunity to use the resources below;

     

    Internet, video and music workshops, film-making workshops, dance workshops, lyric-writing, mayors awards, accreditation, millennium volunteers, animation workshops, Gameboy, film nights and lots more. Also do lots of fundraising activities for charities, healthy eating and lots more.

     

    With the new partnership spaces are filling up fast and on a nightly basis we have between 40-50 young people in the club so we really proud of this development, as a development we are welcoming volunteers of all ages to help with its activities, also if your child wishes to attend they need to contact ASAP to ensure we have space.

     

    Young people who have grown out of youth club activities are especially welcome to return and help and gain experience of working with young people themselves- all training is provided free of charge!