14th November 2011
Frimley Green Youth Centre
Situated on the intersection of Wharfenden Way with Wharf Road in Frimley Green, the Frimley Green Youth Centre (FGYC) runs a number of projects for young people:
Club Shout, a youth project for young people aged 13-21 years with learning disabilities.
Frimley Youth Group, a partnership project between the Youth Development Service and the Youth Justice Service for young people in
the Frimley area at risk or involved in the Youth Justice Service.
One Stop NEET Drop in Support Service, preparation to work (YJS, Connexions), Catch 22 and Healthy Lifestyles team (YDS).
Project Night, a 10 week “Living with your ADHD” course run for young people people diagnosed with ADHD and their parents. A partnership
project between the Youth Development Service, SHAPE, the Police and the Youth Justice Service.
The SPLASH Project, a service for young people project offering 16 – 19 year olds who are not in employment, education or training,
the opportunity to learn and develop skills in a supportive, friendly and youth work environment.
St Michael’s Youth Group, a project for young people aged 13-17 years living in the St. Michael’s area.
Young Parents Group, a group for young parents 19 and under that provides support, education
and advice. Crèche provided.
Friday Night Drop In, a preventative drop in session for all young people aged 13-16 years old for young people involved in anti social behaviours at risk or involved
in the youth.
For more information see FGYC's Timetable or
contact Jo Heath. For latest News on FGYC and other Youth Centres in Surrey Heath, check out
Making A Difference Report.