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Youth Club 2021

The sessions at the Youth Centre are now:

TUESDAY - Youth Club Older session (14-18) 6:15pm to 8pm (Under Consideration)
WEDNESDAY - Youth Club Younger session (7-13) 6:15pm to 8pm

Monthly Disco - 4:30pm - Younger Youths (Under Consideration)

This is a brief report on a significant number of changes that have been carried out in the recent months.

  • The electricity supply has been replaced - now you can actually boil a kettle without affecting the lights and heating.
  • Faulty lighting around the building and in the toilets has been replaced
  • Repairs have been carried out to the Football Arena, but there is still concern about safety of the flooring.
  • CCTV and external lighting has been improved.
  • Heating/cooling has been installed for the first time.
  • The derelict scout's shed has been removed.
  • The brick shed has a new roof and has been fitted out as a meeting room/potential recording studio. Planning permission has been granted for an extension and building work is scheduled in August 2021. This will also provide a kitchenette, disabled ♿ toilet so the building can operate on its own without a need to access the main building.
  • Hot water is now provided in the kitchen and boys/girls toilets.
  • The boys toilet has auto-flush on the urinals
  • Thanks to the Community Payback scheme the inside and outside of the youth centre has been re-decorated.
  • There has been a clear-out of rubbish and broken equipment, but more to do.
  • Emergency lighting has been checked and some additional units installed.
  • Lighting in the main hall has been replaced.
  • Do you have any equipment sitting around that could be used by the Youth Club. Scalextric Digital for example?
  • The Youth Centre is managed by the Parish Council through a Youth Committee and led by Lisa Newstead in the role of a Lead Youth Worker. She will help manage the Brimp and work with the volunteers and youth to protect and enhance the club and its facilities.
  • An upgrade/repair of the Brimp Road was carried out along with Slough Fort.
  • The younger sessions have proved more popular and perhaps they could be extended.
  • The parish council has a Youth Committee in place to help support and encourage the Youth Club and put forward suggestions to the council and the youth club as necessary.
  • The football area has been removed and a new grassed 'arena' created
  • What do local youth want from their Youth Club, we want ideas and feedback.
  • MORE ADULT HELP IS REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXTRA ACTIVITIES AND EXTRA SESSIONS

We do need the help of further volunteers please help when you can, contact the parish council (01634 566256, clerk@allhallowskent-pc.gov.uk or Lisa Newstead 01634 272942 07399 900619 email: Lisanewstead@hotmail.co.uk 

The Brimp Roadway The Brimp Roadway

It is recognised that the former youth club had done a lot to develop and secure the Brimp and provide a youth club over many years, but they have decided that they cannot continue. The parish council have always recognised the need for a youth facilities and moved quickly to create a replacement -  The Allhallows Youth Club has re-launched, keep in touch for details.

The Brimp Entrance The Brimp Entrance