Looking for somewhere to go or for something to do? Why not find your local youth club and get involved with different activities today.

Lists of youth activities by area:

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Safe Clubs for Children

The Safe Clubs for Children campaign has been launched to support parents with advice and guidance on out of school activities.

Clubs, classes and tutorial sessions offer great ways for children and young people to develop their skills and confidence as well as having fun. But did you know that where you send your child may actually not be regulated? Even people who have committed criminal offences can legally continue to work in roles like children's entertainers or private tutor.

We want to help parents and carers make sure that their children will be happy and protected in after school and extra-curricular clubs and activities within the community. For more information on regulated childcare you can contact the Family Information Service or search for childcare near you on the website.

To view the full information and to visit the WSCC page on this campaign click on the link below - 

Mid Sussex Young Carers Club

11 - 15 years
Mondays 7pm - 9pm
Park Centre
Park Road
Burgess Hill

Email: youngcarers@westsussex.gov.uk
Website: Mid Sussex Young Carers Club

Disabled children and young people

Mid Sussex Open DofE Centre

Mid Sussex Open DofE (Duke of Edinburgh) Centre
Albemarle Centre, Appledore Gardens,
Lindfield, Haywards Heath, RH16 2AQ
(vehicle access through Oathall Community College)  

Contact: Terry Heyward – info@midsussexdofe.org

For any young person between 14 and 24 in and around Mid Sussex who wants to do their DofE Award.

Regular meetings on Wednesday from 1900 to 2100.


Contact us

Sally Blackmore
Better Young Lives Co-ordinator


Regina Choudhury
Community Development Officer
Email: regina.choudhury@midsussex.gov.uk

Last updated: 12 May 2023