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Young Camden Foundation and Camden Council have brought together a range of organisations offering four weeks of free fun activities and a meal this summer - and places are still available for 12 to 16 year olds.   This HAF programme, funded by the Department for Education, is for children and young people aged five to 16 years who receive free school meals at their schools. Places for...

After a year like no other, the school summer holiday is approaching. The Council and local partners are excited about offering children, young people and families an amazing range of free and low cost activities for ages 0 to 19. It is great news that at last we can offer the opportunity for Camden’s community to come together to enjoy an ambitious programme of sport and fitness, arts and...

Camden Youth Safety Fortnight combines creative projects, events and workshops to give support and inspiration to young people and to raise awareness about what is being done locally to keep young people safe. It kicked off at Regent High School on 25 June with an event bringing together youth services, schools, parents, Camden's recently-elected Youth MP and local politicians to...

Have your say on Camden’s involvement in the London-wide electric scooter trial which launched in parts of the Capital earlier this month. COVID-19 has changed how communities in Camden live, travel and work. We want our streets to have more space for everyone to walk and cycle, for you to breathe cleaner air and for children and young people to get to and from school safely. Rental...

Help shape a new ‘Camden Youth Offer’ for the borough by being part of a major survey and review of the range of activities and services currently available to young people.  The Council is looking at what activities and services are currently on offer for young people aged 12 to 18, and for those aged up to 25 with a learning disability.   As well as both Council and...