Youths Of Fenland C.I.C

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Youths of Fenland CIC run youth clubs for young people aged 7-18 and 18 - 25 with additional needs in Fenland. There sessions are a chance to get involved in a variety of fun activities and games, as well other projects in your local community.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • Meet other young people & access to positive activities


  • Have some fun – there is something for everyone.
  • Get support and guidance from trained staff and volunteers

“safe space, someone to talk to, time away from younger siblings” “lovely to try new thing” “had a great time on residential” ” built my self confidence”

Take a look at The Robert’s Hall with Youth of Fenland:

What to expect?

The Youth Clubs are a safe space for young to get involved in activities or a place to chill with friends.

One your first time you attend if you have not yet given parental consent, details of an emergency contact will be taken.  You will be given a form to take home for a parent of guardian to complete.  You will then be shown around the venue by a member of staff and a young person from the group.  The group has a young people’s group agreement that all members must agree to.  Once this is all completed you are free to get involved in any activities that are going on.

You will need parental consent to attend the Youth Club.

If your child is nervous, parents may attend for a short while until the young person feels happy and confident.

More information

Young people can get involved in a range of activities such as sports, games, arts and crafts, cooking, table tennis, pool, basketball.  As well as Social action projects, volunteering and Mindfulness.

Adults wanting to volunteer may be able to access the YOF Mentor Scheme.

  • Learn how to be a positive mentor to younger people
  • Learn new skills,
  • Improve your CV with qualifications and certificates,
  • Create your own portfolio to use when applying for college applications, apprentices, or university
  • Become a positive role model by supporting young people in our transition project.

There is also the National citizen Service project which is open to anyone aged 16 – 18.  This involves life skills, budgeting, positive relationships and trips and residential activities.

HAF Project

YOF are part of the government’s HAF Scheme which is free activities and food during the school holidays.  For more information and booking please contacted YOF as spaces limited.

Detached Youth and Outreach Work

Working alongside police and crime commissioner to engage with young people in their own space and find out what they like (or don’t like) about their community.

If you would like any more information about any of the above projects please contact YOF for more details.

For information on YOF other support click here.


The first session is free.

All external trips and activities are free for members.

The small cost per session. Please contact YOF for up to date cost.

There is also a small charge for refreshments and some activities.

How to contact

Where to go

Robert Hall centre
Saint Augustines Road

Chatteris Child & Family Centre
Larham Way

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