What we do
Hull City Council Youth Clubs
3:45pm until 5:15pm Targetted group for local young people aged 10 to 12 year olds.
6:30pm until 8:00pm Targetted group for local young people aged 13 to 19 year olds, (24 if they have additional needs).
3:45pm until 5:15pm Open Access youth club for local young people aged 10 to 12 year olds.
6:30pm until 8:00pm Open Access youth club for local young people aged 13 to 19 year olds, (24 if they have additional needs).
3:45pm until 5:15pm Open Access youth club for local young people aged 12 to 13 year olds.
6:30pm until 8:00pm Open Access youth club for local young people aged 13 to 14 year olds.
There are various activities that are available during the sessions, such as ;
- Games Consoles (PS3, Wii and Xbox 360)
- Competitions and mini challenges
- Arts and crafts activities
- Table tennis
- Table football
- Gym and boxing equipment
- Card games
- Board games
- Outdoor Ball games
- Bouncy Castle – weather permitting
- Nerf Guns Shoot Out
- Trips out
All six youth clubs are commissioned by Hull City Council and are free entry. For registration form call 01482 820454 or pop in and ask a member of staff during youth club.
We have been delighted at the support offered to our young people by Ride Yorkshire. Thanks to their kindness and generosity children have taken part in summer riding lessons at Oxmardyke stables as well as pony days at Riding for the disabled in North Ferriby. We have also organised trips to bridlington beech as well as swimming at Beverley inflatable session.
May 2018 was our 5th entry into the Rock Challenge Youth Division. Our young people achieved 2nd place in 2013 with their performance of, “Flash Flood,” a highly visual interpretation of the story of Noah’s Ark. In 2014 they came in 1st place with “Anyone can be a hero”-a dance/ drama piece journeying from superheroes, through historical, to real life everyday heroes. In 2015 they came 1st place again with an eight minute piece on the theme of “Be Yourself as everyone else is already taken”. It incorporated elements of contemporary dance/ drama and dance using E.L wired costumes and drums. This year (like last year) the competition was of an incredibly high standard and we did not achieve a place in the top three. Despite this, our young people thrived during the performance and are already working on ideas for next year despite it only being June now.
These popular sessions take place each summer term if funding is available. Minibus transport is provided to and from Pennine in order to travel to the public swimming sessions at Woodford Leisure Centre in Hull or Beverley leisure centre. The cost is £2.00 per child (under 16). For more details contact the Bridges Hull office 01482 820454.