Ancrum Youth Club
Ancrum youth club has been established a number of years and caters for children of the village between 9 – 13 years old. We meet every Thursday night in the village hall between 6.30 – 8pm. Our activities are extremely varied and no two weeks will ever be the same. Our aim is to encourage our members to learn from invited guests and try out new ideas for themselves. We design our programme around sport and activities and it’s to educate and involve our members in as many different things as possible although computer games, X-box and TV are definitely Not what we are about!
Tel: 01835 830625
Address: c/o 14, The Glebe, Ancrum, Roxburghshire, TD8 6UX
Escape Youth Services is an organisation delivering locality wide youth services to young people in the Teviot locality of the Scottish Borders. We offer a drop-in facility for young peoples in the Hawick area (known as Escape Youth Café) set up in direct response to local needs and deliver weekly streetwork sessions.
Through our widened service (previously Hawick only) we aim to increase and develop youth work activity in the outlying villages where little or no provision currently exits.
We are also embarking on an exciting new Music Initiative which will be bringing some exciting workshops and sessions to Escape, Sound Cycle will keep you posted!
Tel: 01450 378001
Address: Unit B3, 17 Commercial Road, Hawick TD9 7AQ
Cheviot Youth will support, guide and facilitate young people’s growth from dependency to one of interdependence through the encouragement of their personal and social development ensuring that their voice, influence and place within their community and society is heard and recognised.
Ian Rendell Reid, Manager
Tel: 01573 228285
Address: The Planet, Abbotseat Road (Golf Course Road), Kelso TD5 7SL
Penumbra is an innovative Scottish mental health charity, working to improve mental wellbeing across the nation. With over 350 staff across Scotland, we work to PROMOTE mental health and wellbeing for all, PREVENT mental ill health for people who are ‘at risk’ and to SUPPORT people with mental health problems. We provide a wide range of services which offer hope and practical steps towards recovery. Penumbra campaigns to influence national and local government policy, and to increase public knowledge and understanding about mental ill health. Penumbra is seen as one of the most significant mental health voluntary organisations in Scotland. It is known for the quality of its work, its creativity and ability to work in partnership with a range of organisations and groups.
TRASH Arts are a leading provider of junk-percussion based workshops and other wide ranging arts projects. Since starting in 1994 we have worked throughout the UK, across Europe and in the Middle East; taking on dance, visual arts, video, mixing in conventional instruments – even doing an opera version of Hamlet. We work with a wide range of client groups: from tinies, through our nursery adventures; primary and secondary school projects, specialising in composition and performance through the use of found instruments, natural sounds, conventional instruments and techno equipment; partnership with youth organisations; special needs work with young people and adults. Our principal aim is to build confidence in being involved with the arts. A secondary aim is to use our “junk” based work to highlight the consequences of our throwaway society and to build an awareness of the need for a more ecologically sound attitude to the world around us.
Tweedbank Youth Club
We meet Friday night 5-6.30pm for kids aged 8-12 years. £1 including snack and drink.
Tel: 07779 152501
Address: Tweedbank Community Centre, Tweedbank TD1 3RT
We are a youth work organisation, working with young people aged 11 to 19 year old. We aim to be a young person centred organisation that respects, values and engages with young people to address their needs by offering support, guidance and opportunities to shape their own futures.
Tel: 01896 752442
Address: 47a Ladhope Vale, Galashiels TD1 1BW
Newlands Youth Group
Newlands Youth Group meets every Thursday during school term.We offer a mix of scheduled and non-scheduled events for boys and girls aged 9 through 18.Most nights we have a mix of sports (Basketball, Football, Netball & Dodgeball) along with ‘freestyle’ juggling and table top games.We have regular Craft nights along with Digital Music Workshops and a ‘jam’ session for our many budding musicians.Table Tennis and Pool are firm favourites with weekly fun tournaments.
Tel: 07831 595828
Address: Newlands Activity Centre, Romanno Bridge
Rowland's , Selkirk
Rowland’s is a youth facility in Selkirk for young people. Its main aim is to help provide the young people of Selkirk with a safe place to go.Inside Rowland’s there are pool tables, a DJ set, air hockey, and a wide range of other activities. We also have Sony PS2 and PS3, Nintendo Wii, and an XBox 360. These consoles each have a huge range of games.
Upstairs we have a computer suite fitted out with a network of 8 Apple Mac computers with internet access and ahost of programs for both leisure and educational use.
We also have opportunities for young people to do dance, music, and many other activities.Members can take part in the youth committee to help make important decisions towards Rowland’s. They also have the opportunity to organize fun trips for the youth.
Rowland’s is currently open 7pm – 9.45pm every Monday and Friday, for people aged 12-18 years old.
Everyone is welcome!
Rowlands Youth Chair
Email: contact form
Tel: 01750 21222
Address: Rowland’s, 24-26 West Port, Selkirk TD7 4DG