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Samuel Cody Specialist Sports College (on the site of the former Oak Farm Community School) offers a host of part time Adult Learning courses, both leisure and skills based. They offer free courses to help people who are looking for work plus courses in basic English and basic maths. Junior courses are also available and they have some excellent facilities for hire.

For more information and course fees please email or call 01252 401087.

For more information about hiring their facilities please email or call 01252 401080.

The Community Chest is open to community groups, charities and individuals working in any of the 42 local authority areas where Thames Valley have homes. There is a simple application form to fill in and you can apply for up to £5,000. Projects should help address the key themes of the Community Chest, which are Building Neighbourhoods, Celebrating Heritage and Culture and Working for Community Change.

For further information and an application form please visit the website. Please call Sahil Khan, Community Investment Manager, to discuss your application before completing the form.

The objective of the Academy is to provide a fun, challenging environment for young people involved in anti-social behaviour or with behavioural issues. The Academy is designed to foster a spirit of team work, self respect and discipline while being influenced by positive and relevant role models. The young people involved take part in mixed martial arts, healthy living and safety education and various fitness exercises. There are also inspirational talks from ex-offenders and celebrities which are designed to challenge the perception of the young people both of themselves and their views of society.

Referrals are now being taken by the organiser, Sam Rowe, for males and females aged between 16 and 21. The venue is Fight Science, Hospital Road, Aldershot GU11 2BT. For more information contact Sam Rowe.

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award logo

Online home of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award inthe UK

The Farnborough Society logo

The Society is an independent non-political organisation which exists to protect and improve Farnborough's environment and amenities for the benefit of all residents and visitors. As a community-led voice, it aims to encourage enlightened planning whilst preserving our heritage and addressing all issues which impact on the quality of life in the town.

The Farnborough Society has also set up a Pedestrian Forum that champions the cause of the pedestrian, campaigns on his or her behalf, and promotes walking as a healthy, practical and invigorating way of getting around the town. The Society is particularly keen to involve parents and children who walk to school in the Forum.

The Hampshire Youth Offending Team – Volunteering Placements for Young People logo

The Youth Offending Team work with young people between the ages of 10 and 18 who have committed, or are at risk of committing, an offence. Their aim is to prevent reoffending and help repair the harm caused by that young person’s offending to their victim(s) and the local community. The majority of their young people will be completing around 20 hours voluntary work to benefit the community as part of their court order. Usually they will be doing this alongside intervention work with a member of their team.

The work is always carried out with the supervision of a Youth Offending Team member of staff or volunteer who will assist the young person with the task(s) and will be there to oversee their progress. If your organisation is interested in supporting young people and you would like to find out more details please contact Brian Leigh, Placements Officer, Hampshire Youth Offending Team.

The Prince's Trust logo

The Prince's Trust offers practical solutions to help change young lives.

The Source Young People’s Charity logo

The Source is a youth charity aimed at building relationships with young people, and providing them with support, volunteering opportunities and a safe place to ‘be, belong and become’. They have contact with around 600 young people each year aged between 10 to 25 in Aldershot, North East Hampshire and the Surrey borders. Their projects include a team of detached youth workers; youth work training for young volunteers, aged 16 – 25, to work in the Ketchup club; a mentoring programme to give one to one support to 10 – 18 year olds struggling with life; a training programme for mentors; a teenage parent mentoring service; an anger management programme for those whose aggression is seriously affecting their life; and anger management training for adult professionals or volunteers working with young people.

For more details of all their activities please visit the website.

The Vine Centre logo

The aims of The Vine Centre are to reduce social isolation, to facilitate change and to improve the quality of life for homeless and vulnerable men and women aged 25 years and over.

A Catering Training Programme is on offer to those in receipt of benefit (not work programme). The training includes IT and skills assessment; a food hygiene certificate; customer service and complaint handling; health and safety training; an introduction to first aid in the workplace; how to find and apply for catering jobs; 1-2-1 CV help, interview preparation and mock interview; and work experience and volunteering opportunities. A free job club is also available.

Treloar’s - Accessible Venue for Hire in Alton logo

Treloar’s purpose-built, accessible campus is available for hire during evenings, weekends, half terms and the summer holidays. The hire charges start at £10.00 per hour and venues can be booked for a one-off event, or for regular hire throughout the year. They have ample free car parking onsite and the venues include an accessible sports hall, theatre hall, meetings rooms and a hoisted hydrotherapy heated 17 metre swimming pool with accessible changing rooms.

For further details or booking information please contact Outreach Services by email or phone.

UK Youth Parliament logo

The UK Youth Parliament (UKYP) aims to give the young people of the UK between the ages of 11 and 18 a voice, which will be heard and listened to by local and national government, providers of services for young people and other agencies

Volunteering Matters logo

Volunteering Matters has been leading UK volunteering in policy and practice for more than 50 years. We know, through years of successful work, that investing in people through the power of volunteering makes a tangible difference to the volunteer, the beneficiary and society as a whole. Our volunteer programmes help to improve health and wellbeing; build stronger, more inclusive communities; and achieve lasting results.

The website of the Wellesley development in Aldershot. You also have the opportunity to join their social media channels.

Wellesley Woodlands was officially opened in November 2015 and is a recreational space for local people to enjoy at their leisure.

Whizz-Kidz logo

Whizz-Kidz is a young people's charity which co-ordinates a work placements programme across England for wheelchair users, up to the age of 25, in a wide range of sectors and business departments that fit with the interests and aspirations of those young people. Placements are three, five or ten days long, are unpaid and help young people to realise their career aspirations. They also build the confidence to apply for jobs and attend interviews.

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The YAF is run by the Community Matters Partnership Project (CMPP) which is a philanthropic partnership of local companies and organisations working together for the community. YAF grants aim to encourage young people in Rushmoor to reach their potential. The funds for the grants are raised by CMPP companies who have hosted, taken part in and organised fundraising events and activities. Alongside the injection of finance, CMPP encourages grant applicants to seek business volunteer support.

Youth Options has been offering a service to youth groups and projects across Hampshire and beyond since 1937. They not only support existing projects but also give support in the start up process of groups. They can help projects in every aspect of running and, in turn, support young people through developing their project or via direct delivery of workshops and events.


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