COMMUNITY

SERVICES FOR & BY OUR COMMUNITY. SUPPORTING CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE & FAMILIES.

Sam

Sam
Community Outreach Worker

Hi neighbours, I’m Sam the Mildmay Community Centre’s community outreach worker.  As you can see from our amazing community organisers, we have lots of interesting community led projects currently happening at the centre. Please contact me directly on sam@mildmaycp.org.uk if you have any ideas for groups or activities that you would like to see at the centre.  We highly encourage local people to start and run their own groups and are here to give support, encouragement, and advice to help you make it happen.  It could be anything from a cultural celebration day to a weekly or monthly group.

We are particularly interested in creative activities/exhibitions and healthy eating activities and ideas, as well as activities for children and older people.   We are currently looking for local parents, carers, or childminders to come and start a stay and play and also someone who is interested in running a community café. So please do get in touch.  And of course, please do contact our community organisers or admin worker if you would like to join any of the groups that are already up and running.

Mildmay Youth Club

Thursdays 5-7PM:

(places still available)

Free session every Thursday from 5pm to 7pm during term time for children and young people aged 9 to 16 years of age.

Mildmay youth club has been up and running since February 2022. The club  gives space for children and young people to make new friends, build their confidence, social skills and life skills, through informal learning activities, trips and workshops.

For more information, please email: sam@mildmaycp.co.uk

Places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.  Children and young people who live in the Mildmay ward will be given priority.

Family & Community Services

  • Advice, support and advocacy for children, young people, and families.
  • Mental health support, signposting and a safe space for children and young people to talk with qualified youth workers
  • Youth Club delivering play, education, and informal learning opportunities. A space for young people to be heard and lead on the projects and activities that interest them.
  • After school club delivering wellbeing through creative arts and activities
  • Woodwork and Jewellery making club for home-schooled children and young people on Tuesdays and all other children and young people on Fridays
  • Food co-op for families experiencing food inequalities
  • Exercise and wellbeing activities
  • Coming soon:
  • Study club – a free study support club to get additional help with homework and school studies – open to those who are both schooled and home-schooled.

Contact sam