During the second world war, 1939-1945, a large number of men and women from the Chalfont St Peter area gave their lives to serve their country. A number of local businesses and farmers wanted to show their appreciation for this service and as a result a barn (Tithe barn) was converted into a meeting place for service men and women returning from the war.
Chalfont St. Peter Youth Centre - one of the most exciting places in the community for young people between the ages of 11-16 to spend their free time.
Our vision is to create the best local resource for young people that will allow them to feel safe, achieve great things for themselves and others and enjoy the journey into adulthood. We value people from all generations and the unique contributions they make to each other in building a sustainable community.
Our mission is to deliver excellent youth work in our community,
through the core values of equality, respect, inclusiveness, valuing difference, empowerment, education and participation, contact with youth workers will enable young people to explore the interaction between themselves, their peers and society.
Youth Club Term Dates 2019/20
9th September - 6th December
Half term (No Youth Club) : 28th October - 1st November
6th January - 3rd April
Half term (No Youth Club) : 17th - 21st February
20th April - 3rd July
Half term (No Youth Club) : 25th May -29th May
Club Night Times
Monday Year 7: 7.00 - 8.30pm
Tuesday (term-time) Years (TNYC)
7.00-8.00pm (For children with ASD)
Wednesday Years 9-11: 7.30 - 9.00pm
Thursday Year 8: 7.30 - 9.00pm
Chalfont St. Peter Youth Centre were formally presented with the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service - the country's highest accolade for volunteer community groups and the equivalent of an MBE for organisations!
We would like to thank everyone for making the day so special, particularly all the community groups and organisations who came along to share with us and support the work of the CSP Youth centre.
A Fun & Friendly safe space for Young People, filled with opportunities to learn through a variety of activities and collaborative experiences.
We provide opportunities for young people to make good use of leisure time.
The volunteers who deliver the youth work are committed to the highest level of care and safety.
Meet The Team -
Last Youth Club Session this term is Thursday 5th December