Riverside Youth Club

Riverside is a great place to meet and socialise with other young people. There are lots of fun activities including: arts and crafts, Wii and PlayStation nights, rollerskating, cooking and games.

The site is the second largest of Youth First's youth clubs with three floors of facilities including a music studio, games room, e-sports/movie lounge, kitchen, multi purpose hall for sports, dance and theatre and breakout spaces for other activities and meetings.

Watch a video created by young people at Riverside youth club:

Riverside Youth Club
Monday 12th - Thursday 15th February 2018
12:00pm-5:00pm

Activities include: roller skating, cooking & baking,
arts & crafts, football, table tennis challenge and much more

Young people aged 8-19 years, up to 25 with SEN.
Registration only required for new members.

Term-time opening times

Monday
3:45pm - 6:15pm
ages 8-12 SENSpecial Educational Needs to 13
Tuesday
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

It's half term - please see half-term opening times for this site
in the February Holiday Scheme box above.

Features

Outdoor sports

Location

Riverside Youth Club
Grove Street, Deptford, SE8 3QQ

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Public Transport

Riverside Youth Club 0 min walk (0 miles away) 199 
Deptford Park School 4 min walk (0.2 miles away) 47 188 
Surrey Quays 16 min walk (0.8 miles away) Overground 

History of the club

Riverside Youth Club was opened in 1969 by legendary boxer Henry Cooper, initially as a boxing club for boys. It was designed to resemble a sail boat and alongside its name symbolises its closeness to the Thames.

It was re-launched in 2009 by Lewisham’s Mayor Sir Steve Bullock and Henry Cooper again, who by then was also a knight. The club works closely with local sporting organisations and charities, including nearby Millwall, to devise courses and activities for young people to have fun and grow into successful adults.

In more recent years the club had struggled but under Youth First’s management it is again attracting increasing numbers and rising to the challenge of offering fun, social and supportive sports and activities to the surrounding community.