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Benchill Community Centre

Benchill Community Centre, Benchill Road, Wythenshawe M22 8EJ 0161 945 0879 Open to children aged 6 to 11, every weekday after school from 3:15pm to 5:30pm. Various activities are on offer for children, including a supervised computer session and visit from a local artist every week offering interactive activities and learning experiences. The scheme is open-access. Cost: 50p per session.

Guides, Brownies & Rainbows

Young members are grouped by age into four sections: Rainbow Guides, Brownie Guides, Guides and The Senior Section. The term ‘Guides’ is sometimes used to refer to all sections. Girls and young women become members from attending their second meeting. There are a large range og groups across Wythenshawe, visit the website to register.

Norbrook Youth Club

2 Bordley Walk Northern Moor Wythenshawe M23 0AR 07901 822089 E-Mail:- norbrookyouthclub@yahoo.co.uk Norbrook Youth Club was founded in 1958 to provide leisure and community activities for boys aged 8 – 18 years. The youth club rapidly became a safe and fun environment where boys could make new friends, enjoy a whole range of activities and learn new skills. Over many years the building began to deteriorate and it was a real struggle for volunteers to keep the facility maintained, putting the future of the club in doubt. With strong leadership, the support of local people and such dedicated volunteers the club continued to try and provide activities for local boys. In the early 1990’s the club opened its doors to girls who soon took part in all the youth club activities. In January 2010 Norbrook Youth Club opened its doors and is a superb brand new youth facility available to young people aged 8 – 18 years on Monday’s, Wednesdays and Thursday evenings. Visit the website for more information for the extensive range of facilities the club offers.

Wythenshawe Community Initiative

Woodhouse Park Family Centre 7 Stoneacre Road Wythenshawe M22 1BP 0161 498 0292 E-Mail:- info@whpfamilycentre.co.uk Wythenshawe Community Initiative was formerly known as Woodhouse Park Family Centre, and is still based in the building of that name. A local community organisation aiming to provide a vibrant resource to enhance the lives of children, young people and families in Woodhouse Park in particular and Wythenshawe in general, by attempting to respond to needs identified by the community. Objectives 1. To support, enable and respond to children, young people and families both individually and in groups. 2. To provide a safe and stimulating environment for children to learn and play in. 3. To enable people to have access to training relevant to their needs as volunteers, workers or committee members. 4. To actively involve local people in the management and operation of the organisation. 5. To enable people to respond to the lack of opportunities, resources and high level of need  in the area. 6. To network with other agencies and community groups active in the area. 7. To actively promote the employment of local people within the organisation. 8. To consider how to ensure the long term economic viability and sustainability of the organisation.

Young People's Support Foundation

YPSF (Signpost) St Andrew's Hall Brownley Rd Wythenshawe Manchester M22 ODW 0161 436 5432/3 0161 437 1055 E-Mail:- info@ypsf.co.uk YPSF works with young people across Manchester in partnership with organisations including Manchester City Council, Manchester Youth Offending Service, Manchester Joint Health Unit and the Department for Education to deliver essential services to young people, helping them to find and secure accommodation and giving them the skills they need to live independently. Any young person can drop in, call or email directly without an appointment.
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Young People

After School Club                                 

Benchill Community Centre

Benchill Community Centre, Benchill Road, Wythenshawe M22 8EJ 0161 945 0879 Open to children aged 6 to 11, every weekday after school from 3:15pm to 5:30pm. Various activities are on offer for children, including a supervised computer session and visit from a local artist every week offering interactive activities and learning experiences. The scheme is open- access. Cost: 50p per session.

Guides, Brownies & Rainbows

Young members are grouped by age into four sections: Rainbow Guides, Brownie Guides, Guides and The Senior Section. The term ‘Guides’ is sometimes used to refer to all sections. Girls and young women become members from attending their second meeting. There are a large range og groups across Wythenshawe, visit the website to register.

Norbrook Youth Club

2 Bordley Walk Northern Moor Wythenshawe M23 0AR 07901 822089 E-Mail:- norbrookyouthclub@yahoo.co.uk Norbrook Youth Club was founded in 1958 to provide leisure and community activities for boys aged 8 – 18 years. The youth club rapidly became a safe and fun environment where boys could make new friends, enjoy a whole range of activities and learn new skills. Over many years the building began to deteriorate and it was a real struggle for volunteers to keep the facility maintained, putting the future of the club in doubt. With strong leadership, the support of local people and such dedicated volunteers the club continued to try and provide activities for local boys. In the early 1990’s the club opened its doors to girls who soon took part in all the youth club activities. In January 2010 Norbrook Youth Club opened its doors and is a superb brand new youth facility available to young people aged 8 – 18 years on Monday’s, Wednesdays and Thursday evenings. Visit the website for more information for the extensive range of facilities the club offers.

Wythenshawe Community Initiative

Woodhouse Park Family Centre 7 Stoneacre Road Wythenshawe M22 1BP 0161 498 0292 E-Mail:- info@whpfamilycentre.co.uk Wythenshawe Community Initiative was formerly known as Woodhouse Park Family Centre, and is still based in the building of that name. A local community organisation aiming to provide a vibrant resource to enhance the lives of children, young people and families in Woodhouse Park in particular and Wythenshawe in general, by attempting to respond to needs identified by the community. Objectives 1. To support, enable and respond to children, young people and families both individually and in groups. 2. To provide a safe and stimulating environment for children to learn and play in. 3. To enable people to have access to training relevant to their needs as volunteers, workers or committee members. 4. To actively involve local people in the management and operation of the organisation. 5. To enable people to respond to the lack of opportunities, resources and high level of need  in the area. 6. To network with other agencies and community groups active in the area. 7. To actively promote the employment of local people within the organisation. 8. To consider how to ensure the long term economic viability and sustainability of the organisation.

Young People's Support Foundation

YPSF (Signpost) St Andrew's Hall Brownley Rd Wythenshawe Manchester M22 ODW 0161 436 5432/3 0161 437 1055 E-Mail:- info@ypsf.co.uk YPSF works with young people across Manchester in partnership with organisations including Manchester City Council, Manchester Youth Offending Service, Manchester Joint Health Unit and the Department for Education to deliver essential services to young people, helping them to find and secure accommodation and giving them the skills they need to live independently. Any young person can drop in, call or email directly without an appointment.
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