Surrey Clubs for Young People provide a comprehensive range of services to young people in the most deprived areas of Surrey through a membership network of between 80 -100 youth clubs providing young people with not only a place for fun activities but also somewhere safe to go and something positive to do.
Their ethos is working within the community for the community, building partnerships and recruiting and training volunteers. They can become involved either in the very beginning when some concerned residents want to start a club or where clubs are already well established. They provide a whole range of support services to build an individual Club’s capacity.
Surrey Clubs for Young People celebrated their 70th anniversary, which was a very fitting way to mark their incredible support for over 100 youth clubs and supporting thousands of young people, many from the more challenged communities in Surrey. Thriving youth clubs provide young people with a place for fun activities but also a secure environment by establishing boundaries for individuals' personal development.
The High Sheriff said that “towards the end of my year, I attended a Reception at County Hall hosted by Peter Martin, the Chairman of Surrey County Council, to celebrate the work of the clubs supported by the charity and to present awards to volunteers”.
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