Walk in Space youth club reopens

The Walk in Space youth club in Crofton Park reopens on Friday 25 January 2013, from 4.45pm. Lewisham Council writes:

Last September, the monthly club moved from St Hilda’s Church into a new venue at St Saviours, where it’s now run on a weekly basis. Its reopening was made possible due to funding from the Crofton Park local assembly.

Over the past two years, a group of local people and a youth forum, have discussed what young people needed in the area and how best the money should be spent. The result is a new and improved youth club run by the local community.

The newly developed club aims to encourage and mentor young people to become future leaders and volunteer workers of the future by supporting them with CV advice and providing them with work experience. Activities on offer to members will include: sports, music, arts and crafts, games, table tennis, pool and cooking. Members of the club will also be able to use the nearby multi-sport Dalmain PEN on club nights.

The Walk in Space youth club is at St Saviours Church Hall, Brockley Rise SE23 1JN.

2 comments:

Transpontine said...

Rather disappointed that 'walk in space' is not a zero gravity astronaut training facility in Brockley.

Brockley Nick said...

Lunar Central is our inevitable expansion plan.

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