Lots of activities are planned over the next few weeks why not come along!
Junior Club is held on Wednesday evenings 6:30pm till 8pm age 8 till end of Year 6 and its only 20p
Back in May Burgess Hill Youth’s Junior Club have enjoyed many activities:
Balloon modelling organised and run by our two new young leaders Libby and Charlotte
Camp craft where chocolate chip bread and s’mores were made and even trying to light a camp fire.
Lots more activities happening in June and July!
Burgess Hill Youth provided a fun afternoon for 31 Young Carers on Tuesday this week. They enjoyed lots of activities including the much anticipated slime making! A big thanks to Diane for volunteering with this and leaving with very pink hands .
There was also a visit from Trixie’s minibeasts which included snakes and a bearded dragon. We also enjoyed arts and crafts, pool, table tennis and air hockey. The Mustard Seed cafe provided their lovely lunch too. A big thank you to all volunteers for supporting the event. This was supported by Crossroads Care South Central and supported by the Town Council. Click on the images to see a bigger version.
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The next Burgess Hill Youth YOUNG CARERS event at Fairfield Community Centre will be held on Tuesday 29 May from 12.30-4.30pm. A range of activities are planned for this afternoon to include SLIME MAKING, arts, crafts, sports, plus cake decorating. Lunch will be generously provided by the Mustard Seed café. Transport is also available if needed. To book your place please pop into the Help Point and complete a registration form. If you have any questions please contact Jennifer on 01444 238207 (9am-3pm daily)
Young carers are children and young people who help look after a member of the family who is sick, disabled or has mental health problems, or is misusing drugs or alcohol. They may be someone who has direct caring responsibilities or they may be someone whose life is affected as a result of living with someone who has these conditions.
As part of Burgess Hills annual summer festival, Burgess Hill Youth organised a DJing session for all in the town and surrounding area.
All that came thoroughly enjoyed themselves learning to DJ and of course there was some singing!
Big thanks to Tons of Sound who ran than DJing session and Borde Hill Gardens for providing chocolate for them all.
Here are some pictures from the night
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On Tuesday 13th February Burgess Hill Youth Members from both the Junior and Senior club played in a football tournament in Worthing. They played other teams from all over the county. The event was organised and run by Albion and the Community. All the members had a very enjoyable day, even though the weather wasn’t great.
They also had the opportunity to have a picture with Brighton & Hove Albion player Pascal Gross.
Every Monday and Wednesday (term time only) a football coach from Albion and the Community comes to Burgess Hill Youth and coach’s all interested members.
Here is some pictures from the event
Burgess Hill Youth held an event yesterday for young carers aged 6-11 years at Fairfield Community Centre.
29 young carers enjoyed lots of activities including cake decorating, arts and crafts, flower planting, circus skills, plus a DJ workshop.
The Mustard Seed Café generously provided lunch for all attendees. Everyone had a great time particularly the pancakes at the end of the afternoon!
For details on future young carers activities please contact Jennifer at the Town Council by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01444 238207 (9-3 daily).
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