Funded by Children In Need,
The Youth Hub is delivered three times a week on a Thursday 7pm-9pm, Friday 6pm-8pm and a Saturday daytime 12pm-2pm. All session are free to attend for all young people aged 10 to 19 years old.
The Youth Hub provides young people with the chance to take part in various activities, which include; arts & crafts, multisport, table tennis, pool, cookery, accredited learning, personal development & volunteering. The programme also works with different partners to deliver workshops dealing with issues affecting young people
Funded by the Police Crime Commissioner, the Engage programme runs specifically to provide support for young people aged 16 - 23 who are finding the transition in adulthood difficult.
The group meets every Wednesday between 11am & 3pm at the Centre and offers guidance around areas such as education, mental health, sexual awareness, substance and alcohol abuse, crime, housing and employment.
The programme includes sport, cookery, musical creation, days out, accompanied meetings and 1:1 support.
Over 50's Club
Our Over 50's Club runs on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Based in the coffee lounge at the Centre, the group activities include:
Fund raising events
Links to other similar groups across County.
If you are interested in attending or would like further information, please contact either Irene or Margaret through the Centre on 01788 576041.
Alternatively feel free to visit the session - you will be made to feel very welcome with a cup of tea and slice of cake.
Delivered by Warwickshire County Council, the lessons at the Centre include:
The lessons are run during the day and some evenings.
Please call ACL direct on
Funded by Children In Need, Hill Street partners with Rugby Borough Council Play Rangers to deliver an open access play session for children and young people aged 0 to 13 years old.
The programme takes part on a Friday between 4pm-5.30pm at the centre. Children under the age of eight years are always accompanied by an adult during the session and join in with the young person.
Play sessions include a range of activities and time to socialise with similar age groups.
Funded by the Police Crime Commissioner, Positive Pathways provides young people aged 11 to 19 years a support and mentoring programme away from mainstream services.
The programme works on a 1:1 basis tackling topics around bullying, street theft, hate crimes, anti-social behaviour and many more. The sessions are all person centred, down to the timings of the project and the activities undertaken.
Positive Pathways works with key partners to enable the best support for young people.