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Wadhurst Youth Club
Meets on a Thursday night from 7 to 9pm, for young people aged 14 to18 year olds.
The Youth club is a place where you can come and socialise in a warm and safe environment. You get to play pool, listen to music, plan and cook meals, cakes etc. Sometimes we go on trips out, the Youth club has friendly workers who run the club.
Not only is it a place where you can hang out with our friends, you can talk in confidence, and you are given advice on any issues affecting your life.
Most of my friends will tell you that their confidence and self esteem, life and social skills have improved since they joined the Youth club. If you would like to join the Youth club, or would like more information, please phone:-
Beata Drury senior T Y S worker on Heathfield 01435 862894
Grid 78:4 is a youth group with a difference.
It is a chance to have a laugh, get to know other young people in Wadhurst, chat about life and faith, and eat a lot of food!
Why not come along and find out more? Grid 78:4 is run by Wadhurst Parish Church and is open to everyone in school years 7 to 13.
We meet on the first and third Saturdays of each month from 6-8pm in St Georges Hall, George Street, Wadhurst (off Gloucester Road/Sparrows Green Road).
New members are always welcome, for more information please contact Mark on: 01892 784613.
Youth Action is a successful approach to youth volunteering. It enables thousands of young people across the country to become active in their own time, meet other young people, gain skills, have fun and put into reality their ideas and priorities that are of benefit to their own communities. At the heart of Youth Action is giving young people real opportunities to play a key role in the design, delivery and evaluation of projects.
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“Moneysense”, designed to enable young people to understand financial jargon and look after their own money better, had been relaunched on www.moneymakesense.co.uk