Summer of fun for children and young people

Children and young people in Croydon can get set for a summer of free fun and activities with the new programme from the council’s youth engagement team.
Open to all children and young people aged 8-16, the five-week programme is packed with activities and opportunities. From urban gardening and boxing, to beauty treatments, music and sports there is something to appeal to all ages and interests. Sessions will be held at Samuel Coleridge Taylor Centre, South Norwood and Fieldway Community Centre, New Addington. For information and registration visit the council’s webpage
In addition White Hut Studios will be working with the council to bring an exciting four-week programme to Fieldway Community Centre – with music, arts and drama for 8-11s from 10-2pm and music production, mentoring and DJ-ing workshops for 12-17 year-olds, Monday-Thursday. Booking here
Meanwhile, Croydon’s youth outreach team will be heading out to connect with young people in Croydon’s parks and their own neighbourhoods throughout the summer. From football sessions to signposting to support, youth engagement workers will be out and about in communities across Croydon.
The council is also working with a huge range of partners across Croydon to ensure young people can access activities, help and support this summer, from Legacy Youth Zone to Palace to Life, Play Place, and many more. Families who are eligible for free school meals can sign up for free healthy meals and summer activities through Croydon’s Holiday Activities and Food programme – find out more on the council’s webpage

“Our summer activity programme offers a massive range of opportunities for young people to get involved this summer. Whether you want to learn new skills, raise your voice on local issues, or simply have fun and make friends, there is something there for everyone.
“We are also here for young people who need support during the holidays with specific summer activity clubs offering free healthy meals to help ensure that no one misses out.”
Councillor Alisa Flemming, cabinet member for children, young people and learning

2021-11-15T14:58:19+00:00 July 29th, 2021|Recent news|