we create fun spaces for you to enjoy with friends
Join in the fun
we run two youth clubs in Cleator Moor and Frizington. Most importantly these centres are great fun. We have Xbox, pool table(s), table tennis, an arcade machine plus much more in each centre. We also go on trips in every school holidays period. each trip is free but you need points to go on these. You’ll find your own space to spend time with your friends, both new and old.
find out more about how you earn points
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supporting you to develop & learn
youth club is a safe and supportive space where you can discuss any worries or concerns that you may have. We discuss the issues that can affect your life whether in one to one or through group work. We discuss the risks that you might take, especially throughout your teenage years. These can be around mental health, online safety, social media positives and negatives, anti-antisocial behaviour.
the aim is to give you the information to better or different choices in life.
helping you plan your future
we want to support you to your next steps in life. Whether it's through further education, an apprenticeship, training, or helping you find a job we will support you to take the big steps in your life.
we’ll help you develop a CV and talk about what it’s like to get interviewed for a job. We offer the Duke of Edinburgh and ASDAN awards.
get accredited awards to add to your life story
we deliver the Duke of Edinburgh Award and can support you through all four sections. We also deliver the ASDAN awards and can offer awards in a range of different short courses; from activities, to volunteering and, food and cooking to personal, social and economic (PHSE).
find out more about the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award here
find out more about ASDAN courses here
reviews & views
we asked young people what do you enjoy most about youth club and here’s their responses
'I like the youth workers are a good laugh and we go on trips.' – girl aged 13, Cleator Moor.
'It keeps me off the streets the staff are nice, and all my friends go' – boy aged 15, Cleator Moor.
'Everything because it can make (new) friends' - boy aged 9, Frizington.
'They learn you things such as drug awareness' - girl aged 16, Frizington.
'I can play with friend and it keeps me from getting trouble at home' – girl aged 11, Frizington.