Youth & Play

Alford House Club

Aveline St SE11 5DQ

020 7735 1519

http://www.alfordhouse.org.uk/ 

 

Music production centre, recreation hall, gymnasium, ICT centre, snooker room, training centre, art room, canteen, off-site activities. Alford House is also the base for the North Lambeth Connexions Personal Advisor.

connexions@alfordhouse.org.uk 

Charlie Chaplin Adventure Playground

Bolton Crescent, Kennington Park SE5 0SE

020 7735 1819

5-16 yr olds with disabilities, and their siblings. Outdoor area: ‘aerial runway’, giant see-saw, slides, swings, and climbing frames; inside: soft play, ball pool, table football, air hockey and pool table. 

Ethelred Estate Community Youth Club

7 Lollard St SE11 6QH

020 7582 2012

Has a recording studio and hall hire.

Ethelred Kids Club

Ethelred Community Hall

Pory House, Lambeth Walk SE11 6EH

020 7735 7086

Ethelredkidsclub@aol.com 

Childminders, trips to London Zoo, Thorpe Park, museums, 13-19yrs

Fairbridge in London

First Floor, Salisbury House, 5 Cranmer Rd SW9 6EJ

020 7582 9695

kennington@fairbridge.org.uk

http://www.fairbridge.org.uk/london/

Supports young people aged 13-25 who are not in education, employment or training – giving them the motivation, confidence and skills they need to change their lives.

High NRG (Terrence Higgins Trust)
NRG Youth Service
Lighthouse South London
14-15 Lower Marsh SE1 7RJ 

020 7803 1684 

nrg@tht.org.uk 

For lesbian, gay or bisexual people 25 yrs and under, who want to control their drug and alcohol use, providing one-to-one counselling, group support and weekly counselling drop-in.

Kennington Park Adventure Playground

Kennington Park SE11 4AS
020 7735 7186

Kennington Park Youth Club

Kennington Park Community Centre

Kennington Park Estate, 8 Harleyford St SE11 5SY

020 7346 6584

Kennington United Cricket Club

Kennington Park Extension, St Agnes Place SE11 4BB

07503 608334

catchyshubby@hotmail.co.uk 

The club has three sides, and provides the only route in Lambeth for local people to play cricket at league level. A summer course runs every year, is open to anyone, and offers free coaching of all levels. During the winter coaching courses are run at the Brixton Rec and again offer free coaching to the community. 

Kurdish Cultural Centre

14 Stannary St SE11 4AA

020 7735 0918

Offers advice on immigration, welfare, rights, housing, health, education and training to members of the Kurdish community across London.

Lambeth Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)

35 Black Prince Road SE11 6JJ

020 3228 7370

14-18 yrs, with mental health difficulties, and their families.

Lighthouse Education Service

All Nations Centre, Tyer’s Terrace SE11 5LY

020 7735 3685

http://www.l-e-s.org/ 

For vulnerable and disadvantaged young people and families, out-of-school hours diversionary strategies, alternative education for children at risk or already excluded from school, and health, sports, recreation projects for the whole community.

Lollard Street Adventure Playground

Lollard St SE11 6PY

020 7582 0208

 

8yrs-19yrs. Arts and crafts exploring a wide range of materials and techniques; football, table tennis, pool, air hockey, play station, cooking, basketball, outdoor team games, bike project and more.

North Lambeth Play Association

ADI Centre, 218 Lambeth Rd SE1 7JY

020 7928 6160

playltd@btconnect.com

4.5-11 yr olds, after-school club and holiday play scheme, day trips to museums, adventure parks and cinemas; football/bench competitions, jewellery and mask making, face painting and exploring the internet. The Youth Club is aimed at 12-18 yr olds. Special projects include teenage pregnancy, music, computing and IT.

Oval House Theatre Project

Oval House, 52-54 Kennington Oval SE11 5SW

020 7582 6279

info@ovalhouse.com

http://www.ovalhouse.com/  

Provide arts opportunities for children and young people in and out of schools and supporting the adults who work with them.

Refugee Youth

357-359 Kennington Lane SE11 5QY

020 7793 7156

info@refugeeyouth.org.uk

http://www.refugeeyouth.org/

Dedicated to breaking down isolation and combating alienation and despair amongst young refugees in London by supporting opportunities for their development.  

Roots & Shoots

The Vauxhall Centre, Walnut Tree Walk SE11 6DN

020 7587 1131

admin@rootsandshoots.org.uk

www.rootsandshoots.org.uk

Provide disadvantaged young people with vocational training and maths, English and IT skills on a Horticulture Course and Retail Course; assist trainees with welfare issues, and work placements give trainees an introduction to the world of work.

Waterloo Hub

Oasis Trust, Oasis UK, 1 Kennington Rd SE1 7QP

020 7921 4200

http://www.oasistrust.org/uk/hubs/Waterloo/ 

Church.co.uk Waterloo is at the heart of Waterloo hub, offering a range of community services: coffee shop, free wifi, exercise classes and more…  We also work with young people in gangs, ex-offenders and do advocacy and children’s work as well as mentoring and schools work.

Sports Action Zone

The Old Lilian Baylis School, Lollard St SE11 6PY

020 7820 3444

Delivers a range of after-school and holiday programmes to offer young people access to quality instruction and activities including football, basketball, volleyball, street dance, athletics, boxing weights and fitness, capoiera, tennis, arts projects, educational training programmes and homework clubs.

mail@thesportactionzone.org 

http://www.thesportactionzone.org/

Triangle Adventure Playground

Ashmole St SW8 1NE

020 7735 8550

Vassall Voices

5 Lauderdale House, Gosling Way SW9 6JS

020 7735 4166

Wednesday and Saturday in term time

A multi-cultural singing group for youngsters aged 7 to 12 years, in English and other languages, performing music of all types with an emphasis on the classical repertoire. The project is designed to support the improvement of children from deprived backgrounds.

Vauxhall City Farm

Tyers Street SE11 5JE

020 7582 4204

Youth Activities and other useful organisations 

Alliance for Inclusive Education

336 Brixton Rd SW9 7AA

020 7737 6030

http://www.allfie.org.uk/ 

A national network of individuals, families and groups who work together to help change our education system based on our conviction that all young people need to be educated in a single mainstream education system which can support all young people to learn, play and live with each other.

Orient Street Respite Unit

19 Orient Street SE11 4SR

020 7582 5907

Combined respite care for children and adults with learning disabilities

South London Family Centre
1 Othello Close SE11 4RE

 020 7840 9020

info@southlondonfamilycentre.org.uk
www.southlondonfamilycentre.org.uk

Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm

Family-centred mediation, counselling and child contact services that respond to the needs of people in multi-ethnic and culturally diverse communities.