The Prince of Wales Youth Club
closed for now.
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The PRINCE OF WALES YOUTH CLUB has existed since 1935 to fight against the exclusion of
disadvantaged Young-People from the structured and disciplined challenges and pleasures that
prepare any child for a full-productive and happy-life. Our aim is to help young people gain new
skills to combat issues they face in their ever-changing lives. We are fully inclusive group and our
aim is to focus on supporting young people to come and not be under pressure to produce high
standards. To provide a safe and friendly environment in which Young-People can flourish. To
deliver age appropriate sessions that will enhance the child's development and wellbeing.
Get To Know Us...
TIM BRETT - PRESIDENT
I have been connected with the Prince of Wales Youth Club for many years and I currently hold the position of President...
ALAN LINGHAM - CHAIRMAN
I have been the chairman of the Prince of Wales Y.C for the past 4 years but I've been on the management committee for over 20 years...
JOEY WICKS - CENTRE COORDINATOR
I have been with the prince of wales for 20 years. My role involves management and coordination but my passion is to ensure that...
What We Do...
The Prince of Wales Youth Club is a fully inclusive group that aims to inspire young people to have fun whilst stepping out of their comfort zones.
Our youth club runs twice per week.
The Prince of Wales offers a great venue for hire including sports hall, dance and game studios, one-to-one meeting rooms. ideal for parties etc. We also have kitchen, tables and chairs etc. and can do some catering.
The Prince of Wales Youth club maintains that the boxing academy is integral to it's existence and believes that boxing is a sport that offers so many opportunities for children and young people.
LADIES FOOTBALL CLUB
The Prince of Wales Ladies Football Club is a brand new team. We play competitively in the South-East Counties Ladies Football League and train at the youth club during the week.