The P1-4 club is one of our most subscribed clubs, this club runs twice a week on a Monday and Thursday from 3.15pm-4.30pm. This is often a young person’s first step on their journey through FARE services. The young people come straight from school and have the chance to express themselves through; sport, arts & crafts, music, cold cookery and media.
P5-7 club runs Monday and Wednesday 6.30-8.30pm, is another well-subscribed club. This club has a real good atmosphere with young people buzzing from one activity to the next. Again there is a wide option of activities available to suit each young person needs from football to dance and even knitting. In this club, the staff identify potential young people who would be suitable for the annual residential at the beginning of the summer holidays to Butlins.
The Teen club runs slightly different from our other clubs and is a more relaxed drop in session. This club also runs twice a week on a Thursday and a Sunday from 6.30-8.30pm. This relaxed club offers the young people a chance to chill out and escape from daily drama of teenage life. Staff often have a chance to interact with the young people in small groups or one-to-one basis, this allows the opportunity to support them with any issues they may have at home/school etc. Cooking using the food from FareShare has been a major success in this club and is something the young people really enjoy. Young people also had the opportunity to take part in tae kwon do and multimedia sessions.
The P1-5 club runs twice a week on a Monday and Thursday from 3.15pm-4.45pm. Young people have the opportunity to take part in sports, arts & crafts, music, cold cookery and media.
This service is offered to young people every Monday, Thursday and Friday 6pm-8pm. Cooking using the food from FareShare has been a major success in this club and is something the young people really enjoy. They have also been involved in arts and crafts, music and game sessions.