Youth clubs and projects - Camden Rise
Council youth centres
Camden Council runs three main youth centres where young people aged 13 to 19 (25 if you have a learning disability) can get support, meet other young people and get involved in activities, including:
- trips out
- Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
Somers Town Youth Centre
Open: Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm by appointment or come along Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 6.30 to 9pm – but please check before turning up.
Fresh Youth Academy @ Ingestre Road and Maitland Park Youth Project
Open: Monday to Friday, 11am to 5pm by appointment or come along Monday to Thursday, 6-9pm – but please check before turning up.
Netherwood Youth and Family Hub
Address: 5 Netherwood St, NW6 2QU
Tel: 020 7974 8813
Open: We are open to young people and families Monday to Friday, 11am to 4pm, by appointment. Youth club sessions run Monday to Friday, 5.30 to 8.30 pm – please check before coming in.
Camden Summer University
Camden Summer University offers a wide range of free courses in arts, sports, careers and life skills across Camden for 13 to 19 year-olds.
Community youth projects
There are lots of other youth clubs and play schemes in Camden run by community organisations and charities.
- Castlehaven Community Centre
- Coram's Fields Youth Centre
- Fitzrovia Youth in Action
- The Hive Camden
- Kentish Town Community Centre Youth Project
- King's Cross Brunswick Neighbourhood Association (KCBNA) Youth Project
- Maiden Lane Community Centre
- New Horizon Youth Centre
- The Dome - Queen's Crescent Community Association Youth Services
- GOAL Youth Club (Gospel Oak Action Link)
- ARC Youth Club at SHAK (South Hampstead and Kilburn Community Partnership)
- Samuel Lithgow Youth Centre
- Sidings Youth Project
- Somers Town Community Centre
- Somali Youth Development and Resource Centre (SYDRC) and N1C Centre
- Surma Centre
- WAC Arts
- The Winch Youth Club and Youth Activities
- NW5 Project
- Community play schemes
- Young Camden Foundation - projects