Rhuddlan Hwb youth club

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Hwb Rhuddlan

Opening times

Monday 6pm to 8pm: junior session for young people in school years 6, 7 and 8.

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Find out what’s happening at Rhuddlan.

April 2024

April 2024

8 April: Welcome back session

With toasties and games. We’ll also make sure any paperwork is up to date.

15 April: National Scrabble and art day

Word games (crosswords, hangman, online games, etc.) and art activities.

22 April: Earth Day

Environmentally-themed activities, including a litter-pick around the local area.

Make a sculpture of Rhuddlan castle out of recycled materials.

29 April: St George’s Day

Celebrate the patron saint of England with afternoon tea.

May 2024

May 2024

6 May: Bank holiday

No session this week.

13 May: Trip to Rhyl Youth Centre for an American-themed food night

Young people will have the opportunity to enjoy what Rhyl Youth Centre has to offer – and learn some American Diner cooking skills while there!

20 May: National donut week and self-portraits

Making donuts and starting an art project to make self-portraits from Papier-mâché.

Discuss ideas for World Record Day on 8 July.

27 May: Half-term

No session this week.

June 2024

June 2024

3 June: National sausage roll day

Preparing and cooking sausage rolls.

Also a chance to continue with the art project.

10 June: Sports session

Indoor and outdoor sporting activities, including football, rugby, basketball and field games.

17 June: Youth worker quiz / cup of tea chat

Get to know your youth workers with some true or false questions and chatting over a cup of tea. All in a creatively designed space with your topic shown-off on the wall.

Young people will complete their art projects, painting their portraits ready to take home.

July 2024

July 2024

1 July: Fajitas

Making fajitas to encourage independence through basic cooking skills and exploring new foods.

8 July: World record day

Young people can have a go at setting world records.

15 July: Outdoor scavenger hunt

Take part in an outdoor scavenger hunt, working together to solve clues.

If you’re not already registered with us, please use the correct link for your age below. Children and young people under the age of 13 will need to ask a parent or carer to fill in the form.

Register with Rhuddlan youth club (ages 13 and over)

Register with Rhuddlan youth club (under 13 years old)

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  • Footballs, rugby balls and basket balls
  • Pool table
  • Xbox
  • Sports field
  • Access to Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA)
  • Art and crafts equipment
  • Board games
  • Beanbags for chilling

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Meet the team

Claire Cunnah is the Community Youth Worker for Rhuddlan. If you have any questions you can speak to her face to face or contact her using the details below.

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Covid / safety measures

We continue to follow COVID-19 advice provided by Welsh Government (external website). Please do not come to the centre if you or the people you live with are unwell and showing symptoms of COVID-19. While at the centre, please follow any signs with safety instructions on them and requests from staff.

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How to contact and find us

Rhuddlan Hwb Youth Centre
Clos David Owen
LL18 2UJ

Contact Rhuddlan youth centre online

Phone: 07500 992443

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How to get here

Plan your journey with Traveline Cymru (external website)

There is parking at Rhuddlan Hwb and the nearest council car parks are:

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