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Ainthorpe Youth Centre 
Andrew Marvell Youth Centre 
Astra Youth Centre 
Dales Youth Centre 
Kingston Youth Centre 
Newland Youth Centre 
Route One Young Peoples Resource Centre 
Youth centre sessions 

Youth centres

We provide young people aged 10 to 24 with a wide range of fun, educational and challenging things to do and places to go, in the local community.

Things to do

These include -

  • activities of your choice such as football, music, cooking to name but a few
  • providing a safe and chilled out environment for young people to meet friends and make new ones
  • volunteering and helping others
  • learning new skills
  • accredited youth work schemes such as the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, youth arts award 

Places to go

These include -

  • youth centres
  • events across Hull and out of town
  • trips and residential visits
  • international visits and exchanges

Youth centres

Arrow  Ainthorpe Children and Young People's Centre
Arrow Andrew Marvell Youth Centre
Arrow Astra Youth Centre
Arrow Dales Youth Centre
Arrow Kingston Youth Centre
Arrow Newland Youth Centre
Arrow Route One Young Peoples Resource Centre

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