Regular weekly events
Our regular events run every week, and are offered free of charge. They are run in association with our community partners, and led by community volunteers and sessional workers
We are currently running online activities only.
Parents are welcome to call and talk to youth workers.
During the coronavirus crisis we are switching some of our sessions to Zoom. This is a computer and phone conference app which allows multiple people to join in an online chat room where we can all see and talk to each other.
This will be an invite-only private chatroom for registered hub users. The sessions will be led by our regular youth workers and facilitators. We may have guest speakers, and this will be advertised in advance. All adults taking part will be DBS checked. We will be following Zoom guideline for secure meetings.
All our staff are DBS checked on a regular basis. Youth workers also attend training provided by the Islington Safeguarding Children Board.
Following the most recent COVID restrictions, we will slowly re-open our services and will introduce a new way of working. Our activities and sessions will observe social distancing, and young people will be assigned their own “bubble” meaning they will only be in the same group.
Build And Earn A Bike Project. (for youth aged 10+)
ASDAN UK Youth Programmes.
Friday 5.30pm – 6.30pm
Saturday 1.30-3pm & 3-5pm
Once a month
We offer a trip to City Hall, to take part in the Youth Forum.
If you are between 8 and 19, and are interested in attending any of the events above, please email on [email protected] to let us know in advance, and we will confirm whether we have capacity.
We aim to offer a range of one-off events, which support our youth in accessing new opportunities and building skills.
Unique sporting activities at a range of London venues - this can increase fitness and well-being and grow confidence within our youth
A range of fun activities to upskill our young people, and expose them to new community groups
We also support our early talents, both by identifying and connecting young people with other organisations to foster their skills, and by providing a support vase. For example, we recently connected a promising young runner with an Islington running club, leading to her participation in the junior London marathon.