Young Greenwich partners with various youth and community organisations across Royal Greenwich to deliver free sessions for young people.

  • Emergency Exit Arts

    Emergency Exit Arts

    Address: Rothbury Hall, Azof Street, Greenwich, London, SE10 OEF

    Twitter: @EEALondon

    Instagram & Facebook: @emergencyexitarts

    Contact: Shanika Warren

    Emergency Exit Arts (EEA) creates unforgettable events and participatory experiences using visual performance, processions, puppetry, music and pyrotechnics. We give a voice to young people in schools, communities and organisations by creating high impact participatory arts projects. Our work raises social awareness and inspires people to make a positive creative impact on the places they live, work, study and play, particularly through our Creative Activism and Trainee Producer programmes.

  • Greenwich Dance

    Greenwich Dance

    Address: Greenwich Dance, Charlton House, Charlton Road, London, SE7 8RE

    Instagram, Twitter, Facebook: @greenwichdance

    Contact: Daniel Heley

    Greenwich Dance is the home of dance in South East London. An extraordinary meeting place for artists, audiences and communities; we make the space for great dance to happen through incubation, creation, participation and performance. We challenge perceptions and change lives through excellence and innovation. Greenwich Dance aims to set the standard for dance locally, nationally and internationally.

  • Greenwich Youth for Christ

    Greenwich Youth for Christ

    Address: Greenwich Youth For Christ, OneSpace, Kidbrooke Park Road, SE3 9YY

    Twitter: @greenwichyfc

    Contact: Joe Crisp

    Youth and sports club running across churches in RB Greenwich.

  • IYDA- Iranian Language School

    IYDA- Iranian Language School

    Address: Woolwich Common Youth Club, Block 2, Nightingale Place, London, SE18 4HX

    Twitter & Instagram: @iyda_uk

    Facebook: @IYDAUK

    Contact: Daniel

    IYDA offers a youth club for Farsi speaking communities in Royal Greenwich. It offers free arts, Sports, Music and dance, residential weekends, visits, cultural events and more for young people from the Farsi Speaking Communities (predominantly Iranian and Afghan).

  • Metro Charity

    Metro Charity

    Address: 1st floor, Equitable house, 7 General, Gordon Square, London, SE18 6FH

    Instagram, Twitter & Facebook : @METROCharity

    Contact: David Hopkinson

    METRO Charity - Youth Club

    Zest and Shine are weekly LGBTQ youth groups that offer a great space to chill-out, meet new people, have fun and take part in activities, workshops theatre trips, picnics and Pride events.

    METRO Charity - Young Greenwich Sexual Health

    Dedicated Young Greenwich Sexual Health (YGSH) Workers provide an opportunity for young people to have one-to-one sexual health support, advice, and guidance. This could include: discussions on healthy relationships, safer sex, sexually transmitted infections, contraception and consent as well as other topics relating to sexual health and wellbeing. Our YGSH Workers can also support young people to access Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea screening, STI testing, free condoms, contraception, emergency contraception, and other clinical services.

    To refer a young person please email:

    Alternatively, if you are a young person please book a one-to-one session via

    and click METRO Check-in on the timetable. If you need further support including accessing online free condoms or sexual health testing please visit

  • Metro Judo Club

    Metro Judo Club

    Twitter: @METROJudoClub

    Facebook: @metrojudoclublondon

    Contact: Mick Murphy

    The Judo Club based at Thomas Tallis School & Eltham Church of England Primary School on a weekly basis.

  • Streetwise Law

    Streetwise Law

    Twitter: @streetwiselaw

    Instagram: @streetwiselaw1

    Contact: Sarah Wilson

    Sarah Wilson of Streetwise Law runs workshops for young people about the law such as: stop and search, joint enterprise, drugs, knife crime and legal issues relating to social media - with a criminal barrister.

  • YMCA Thames Gateway

    YMCA Thames Gateway

    Address: Antelope Rd, SE18 5PQ

    Twitter: @ymca_tg

    Instagram: @ymcatg

    Facebook: @ymcatg

    Contact: Mary Harris - Mayes

    A space to meet your friends and take part in sport sessions in Woolwich

  • Young Urban Art Foundation

    Young Urban Art Foundation

    Address: Railway Arch, 420 Burdett Road, E3 4AA

    Twitter & Instagram: @yuafofficial

    Facebook: @YoungUrbanArtsFoundation

    Contact: Kerry O'Brien

    Young Urban Arts Foundation (YUAF) supports vulnerable and disadvantaged young people to fulfil their potential by strengthening their mental wellbeing through creativity and culture. Co-created with young people, our programmes have educated and empowered hundreds of young people in Greenwich, through after-school creative workshops with our Outreach Media Bus or our programmes focussing on improving mental health, resilience, confidence and personal development. Our Thrive and Connect programme engages young people online in small groups, connecting across the digital space with music, arts, writing, self-expression, community building and more. Join us at our website below. 

  • B Young Stars

    B Young Stars

    Address: Woolwich Common Youth Club, Nightingale Place, London, SE18 4HX

    Twitter: @Byoungstars1

    Facebook: @Byoungstars

    Instagram: @B.youngstars

    Contact: Abdi Mohamoud

    B Young Stars based at Woolwich Common Youth Club delivers personalised learning programmes in English, Maths, and Science, which complement the national curriculum. We also deliver Multi sports activities at the same time to ease the pressure of education, balancing the two to improve school performance and healthy living. 

  • Royal Museums Greenwich

    Royal Museums Greenwich

    Address: National Maritime Museum, Romney Rd, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF

    Facebook & Instagram: @royalmuseumsgreenwich

    Facebook: @rmgreenwich

    Contact: Nicole Morris

    The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich offers an alternative pathway for young people to gain key transferable skills and experiences, build resilience, develop positive social networks and feel confident in their potential. Through a multi stranded programme consisting of Work experience, Saturday Art Club, Youth Collective and Young Creatives, we offer long and short-term projects that explore wider conversations around identity, heritage and belonging. From gaining valuable new skills and hands-on experience to joining our regular creative drop-ins, there is something for everyone aged 13-24.

  • Charlton Triangle Homes (Peabody Housing)

    Charlton Triangle Homes (Peabody Housing)

    Address: 9-10 Cedar Court, Fairlawn, Charlton, SE7 7EH

    Contact: Jasmin Thompson

    Charlton Triangle Homes is a housing association in Charlton (Peabody Housing), South East London. We offer high quality homes to our residents and work closely with the local community to provide a variety of housing, community and support services.

  • Champions 4 Change (C4C)

    Champions 4 Change (C4C)

    Address: St Thomas Church, Maryon Road, Charlton, London, SE7 8EW

    Instagram: @champions4change_c4c

    Facebook: @Chapions 4 Change

    Contact: Scott O' Connor

    C4C using boxing and lifestyle coaching as a positive tool for change. Our programs are proven to build confidence, self-esteem, manage emotions in a positive manner and help young people build relationships with other like-minded young people.

  • Superkidz Community Trust

    Superkidz Community Trust

    Address: 98 Middle Park Avenue, London, SE9 5JH

    Facebook: Superkidz YOUTH

    Instagram: @sctyouthlondon

    Contact: Nick Russell

    Superkidz Community Trust started in 2001 having begun life as a children’s club in 1999 on the notorious Ferrier Estate (what is now Kidbrooke Village). Superkidz offers a wide range of youth clubs, one-to-one mentoring, employment training, support and positive motivation for young people and their families across the Eltham/Lee areas of southeast London. 

  • Futureversity (Open Door services)

    Futureversity (Open Door services)

    Address: Opendoor Services, The Beehive Resource Centre, West St, Grays, RM17 6XP

    Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @Futureversity

    Contact: Mike Kelly

    We provide free courses and activities for 10 – 25 year olds that aim help them develop the skills and self-belief they need to make the most of their lives. Our programmes have been proven to raise aspirations, reduce youth crime, break down racial tensions and get unemployed young people off benefits and into work.

  • Art Hub Studios CIC

    Art Hub Studios CIC

    Address: Art Hub Studios CIC, Building 28, Westminster Industrial Estate, Woolwich, SE18 5TF

    Twitter & Instagram: @arthublondon

    Contact: Stephanie Wong

    Art Hub Studios CIC is a non-profit, artist run, Community Interest Company. We've been providing all inclusive affordable artists' studios in South East London for 21 years and are dedicated to supporting artists at all stages of their career. Through our studios, gallery and outreach program, we aim to promote the positive impact art can have on people's lives and wellbeing.

  • Greenwich Peninsula FC

    Greenwich Peninsula FC


    Southern Park, Greenwich Peninsula, North Greenwich, London, SE10 0BA 

    St Mary Magdalene Church of England, 1 Hendon St, Greenwich Peninsula, London, SE10 0NF

    Instagram & Facebook: greenwichpeninsulafc

    Twitter: GPFCofficial

    Contact: Alex Parco Lazo

    Greenwich Peninsula FC is an innovative youth sports club offering football and futsal sessions in South East London. The Club aspires to make Greenwich a better place to live, work and play through a beautiful game. We pride ourselves on being actively engaged in our community. We make every effort to support young people whenever possible.

  •  Xplore - GLL

    Xplore - GLL

    Address: Waterfront Leisure Centre, Woolwich High Street, Woolwich, London, SE18 6DL

    Contact: Victoria Hawkins

    The Xplore programme provides a friendly, fun and safe environment to help families lead healthier lifestyles and become more active. 

    As part of the Young Greenwich Youth Service commissioned by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, the Xplore service is aimed at children, young people (aged 4-19 years) and their families who are above a healthy weight. 

    Our weekly programmes take place across our Better Leisure Centres and Children Centres, or virtually with programmes split across 3 age groups; 4-6 years, 7-14 years and 15-19 years. The service offers ongoing support to families after completing the programme to help them to maintain a healthier lifestyle.

  • Cray Wanderers

    Cray Wanderers

    Instagram: / @cray_wands_cs

    Facebook: / @craywandscs

    Twitter: / @CrayWandsCS

    Contact: Tyrone Sterling

    Cray Wanderers Community Scheme provides education and mentoring to the community through sport, music and creative arts to empower, inspire, and enhance young lives. We work alongside schools, colleges and the Local Authority to help improve the sporting opportunities available to young people and their families through the provision of multi-sports sessions suitable for all ages and abilities. We also run a traineeship scheme for young people aged 16 plus who are looking to kickstart their career in sports coaching.

    For more information, get in touch.

  • The Anchor SENDfriendly Centre(TAS Centre)

    The Anchor SENDfriendly Centre(TAS Centre)

    Address: 3 North Road Block E Plumstead SE18 1BS


    Twitter account: @thetascentre

    Instagram account: @thetascentre

    Contact: Edith Hoang

    The Anchor Senfriendly center has incorporated Communication/ language, Personal, social & emotional development, Physical development within a safe space for children and young Adults with S.E.N.D. We have created various activities and trips to help with positive outcomes for each person. Creating a care plan to help each child maximize their full potentials. All done within an environment that understands S.E.N.D from a Parent and Professional perspective.

  • Greenwich Tuition Centre

    Greenwich Tuition Centre

    Address: 143 Plumstead Road, SE18 7DY

    Instagram & Facebook: Greenwich Tuition Centre

    Contact: Dallal

    Here at Greenwich Tuition Centre, we offer an outstanding tuition service in Maths, English and Science for Primary, Secondary and A-Level Students. 

  • Volunteering Matters

    Volunteering Matters

    Address: 18 - 24 Lower Clapton Road London E5 0PD

    Twitter - @volunteering_uk

    Instagram - @volunteering_uk

    Facebook - @volunteeringmatters

    Contact: Nayotia Newman

    At Volunteering Matters we use volunteering’s unique power to bring people together and build stronger, more resilient communities across the UK. Our award-winning Women Against Sexual exploitation and violence Speak UP (WASSUP) and ‘We Are Patrick’ is a youth social action project for young people aged 16-21. The project has three principal aims:

    -Educate peers on the issues of sexual exploitation, domestic abuse, honour-based violence and gang grooming.

    -Lobby for changes to social policy and practice on these issues promoting young people’s voice.

    -Raise awareness in the wider community on these issues.

    Based at Valley Central, the young people involved get the opportunity to plan and deliver social action initiatives, which include workshops on specific issues in schools, awareness raising events and creative engagement such as art, poetry, drama and photography.


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