Honor Oak Youth Club

Honor Oak Youth Club has a wide variety of activities, ranging from sports and games to creative media and training workshops.​​​​​ Regular activities include: dodgeball, 5-a-side football tournaments, weekly girls' group, cooking, arts and crafts and many other games.

Term-time opening times

Tuesday
6:15pm - 8:45pm
ages 8-19 SENSpecial Educational Needs to 25
Wednesday
6:15pm - 8:45pm
ages 8-19 SENSpecial Educational Needs to 25
Thursday
6:15pm - 8:45pm
ages 8-19 SENSpecial Educational Needs to 25
Friday
6:15pm - 8:45pm
ages 8-19 SENSpecial Educational Needs to 25

Site contact

Linda Quarcoo    Senior Youth Worker

Site Telephone: 020 7635 5014

Email: Linda.Quarcoo@youthfirst.org.uk

Mobile: 07580 777 844

Location

Honor Oak Youth Club
50 Turnham Rd, Honor Oak, SE4 2JD

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Public Transport

Brockley Jack 8 min walk (0.4 miles away) 122 171 172 P4 
St Norbert Road 4 min walk (0.2 miles away) 343 484 
Honor Oak Park 14 min walk (0.7 miles away) Southern Overground 

More about Honor Oak Youth Club

Honor Oak Youth Club is a purpose-built youth club in Turnham adjacent to the Honor Oak community centre. It has been well-used by local young people from the 1960’s to the present day providing generations a safe space to learn and grow.

In partnership with the adventure playground the Honor Oak team continue traditionally popular activities such as football, basketball and netball but also work with the youth forum to move with the times, using the large hall for popular indoor skating, community meals and in 2016 adding a dedicated e-sports and media lounge.

The site isn't just a place for sports and gaming. The flexible space also offers a range of arts and crafts including aerosol art, painting and pottery. Having worked up a healthy appetite the site's kitchen offers food as well as cooking classes to ensure local young people don’t just eat day to day, but have the skills to eat for life.

The team is proud of the club's service to the community and have strong partnerships with local organisations such as schools, local councillors, residents' associations, housing providers and other local youth organisations.

The site continues to host the local youth and community forum and plays a key part in decision making in the local assembly. In 2016, as part of a community cohesion project, the club took local young people to Corrimila Peace Centre in Northern Ireland. Here they learnt how self-esteem and dialogue can improve their own lives and build a more peaceful community.

Activities include: pool, table tennis and board games, homework help and issue-based workshops and much more…

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