BFree has been awarded a HSYA grant for a third successive year, this time £750 to help fund an update and re-launch (including this impressive mural). Run in a converted church hall in north Leatherhead, on an average day the club attracts up to 35 young people and provides a welcoming, safe environment where they can enjoy positive everyday experiences. According to Lady Toulson, High Sheriff of Surrey 2009-2010: “It plays a central and key role in the lives of local youngsters who drop-by and enjoy all that it offers them with passion, delight and appreciation.”

“It is clear that with its vibrancy, outreach and initiatives – together with good youth leadership and sensible rules for young people of safety and consideration for others – Bfree demonstrates year on year an expansion in quality and the ability to meet and address the need for a safer community,” says Lady Toulson. “The club can be deservedly proud to have been awarded HSYA funding for the last three years, based on meeting the strict criteria of our assessors on each occasion.”


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BFree Youth Café

Awarded 2009-2010