Every Monday and Wednesday * 6.30 – 8.30 PM
Our Youth Club is open to all local young people aged 11 to 20. We provide a safe and friendly environment to enjoy different activities, have a space to study or relax, and meet others.
Street Dance workshop (11+) ➸ with London Youth
Monday 6.00-7.00 pm until the end of March – drop-in, for all
Girl only fitness class (14+) ➸ with Access to Sports
Every Monday 7-8 pm – no booking, all abilities
Dance workshop (11-20) ➸ with MoveMeDance
Starts Monday 24 April 6.00-7.00 pm (performance on 19 July) – drop-in, for all
Employability events (16+) ➸ with London Village Network
Contact Rachael for more information
IT course on Tuesday and Saturday 6:30-8:30 pm – registration required
Cooking club (11+)
Wednesday 6.30-8.30 pm – drop-in
Multi sports session (11+) ➸ with Access to Sports
Every Wednesday 6.30-8.30 pm – drop-in. Come and play football, dodgeball, mini tennis, badminton, header ball, table tennis, etc.
+ Study space and IT suite ➸ Chill out space ➸ Debate club ➸ Arts & craft ➸ Board games & more
“I enjoy coming to Elizabeth House for Youth Club. It’s really fun and I enjoy it really much. We make things in cooking club, like cookies, lasagna, cupcakes and burgers. And we get to take it home!” Erika
FILL IN OUR MEMBERSHIP FORM AND BRING IT WITH YOU TO ATTEND: Registration-Form
ACCESS TO SPORTS REGISTRATION FORM FOR FOOTBALL: Membership Form 2015
Contact us on 020 7690 1300 for more information or email Lynnette.
As well as the regular youth club meetings, we also offer young people the opportunity to get involved in local and national events, such as the Jack Petchey Public Speaking Award. We also try to run a trip at least once a month. In the past this has included residential visits, cinema trips, bowling evenings, and meals out.
“I enjoy coming to cookery class, as it helps me to learn about new food and I love cooking with my friends and exploring different styles of food. I also love to play football because it’s really fun and enjoyable. And I like meeting new people and doing different types of football games!” Timia