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Bellingham Gateway Youth and Community Centre

At Bellingham Gateway there are lots of exciting and engaging activities that will entertain and build the skills and confidence of young people.​ 

Regular activities include: table tennis, cooking, rollerskating, arts and crafts, homework support, gaming, pool, IT and computer sessions and football.

Mon 22nd – Thu 25th October 2018
12:30am–5:30pm

Activities include: cooking, arts & crafts, Nintendo Switch and FIFA tournaments, mult-sports, inflatables and much more.

Young people aged 8-19 years, up to 25 with SEN.
New members will need to register with the service.

Term-time opening times

Monday
6:15pm - 8:45pm
ages 12-19 SENSpecial Educational Needs to 25
Thursday
6:15pm - 8:45pm
ages 12-19 SENSpecial Educational Needs to 25
Friday
2:30pm - 5:00pm
ages 8-12 SENSpecial Educational Needs to 13
Friday
6:15pm - 8:45pm
ages 13-19 SENSpecial Educational Needs to 25

Site contact

Gershom Clarke    Senior Youth Worker

Site Telephone: 020 8314 6389

Email: gershom.clarke@youthfirst.org.uk

Mobile: 07580 777 874

Features

Arts and crafts

Location

Bellingham Gateway Youth and Community Centre
185 Brookehowse Road, Bellingham, SE6 3TT

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Public Transport

Bellingham 6 min walk (0.3 miles away) Thameslink 
Bellingham Road 8 min walk (0.4 miles away) 320 54 136 208 
King Alfred Avenue 6 min walk (0.3 miles away) 181 

More about Bellingham Gateway

Bellingham Gateway was built in 2007 funded by the Bellingham Community Project, Big Lottery Fund and Sport England. It is an innovative design with a large indoor space that has the capacity for a range of uses including bowls, roller skating, table tennis, and community meetings. 

The club hosts special events requested by the club's youth forum such as a Valentine's roller disco. Bellingham partners with others orgnisations like Cubs, Scouts and Beavers and also runs special sessions for young girls to help build confidence and positive self-worth. 

The team at Bellingham works especially hard to create local partnerships that benefit the local community. They pride themselves on being open to a wide range of users, even running a ‘walking’ bus to bring primary school children to the site so they can safely experience the full range of fun and engaging activities. 

Since September 2016 Bellingham has also been the site of the Youth First central office. We are very proud to call it our home. 

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