Get involved if you're a young person
Give yourself opportunities and experiences that will help you to develop skills, make friends and create long and lasting memories.
The Duke of Edinburgh's award, also known as DofE, is a life-changing adventure you don’t want to miss.
It’s about going the extra mile! Learning new skills for work and life, getting fitter, making a difference and broadening your horizons. The coronavirus doesn’t mean your DofE needs to stop.
You can start your volunteering, physical and skills sections from home or remotely using the DofE website.
There are various levels of programme which when completed lead to a Bronze, Silver or Gold DofE Award, check our DofE page for more information and information on how to enrol.
We work with you, the young people of Redbridge on the streets, estates and parks, who are not accessing existing youth services in Redbridge. Email Youth Service for more information.
There are many venues across Redbridge open for young people aged from 7 to 19 years to visit.
Get involved in sport activities, including boxing, basketball and table tennis.
Our youth club at Hainault Youth Centre not only provides workshops and sessions, but also provides additional support with homework as well as advice and guidance.
ELOP provides a range of social activities for young people in the LGBTQ+ community. Activities include mentoring, youth clubs and more.
- Youth Groups for 12-15's - online every Tuesday from 5pm to 6.30pm
- Youth Groups for 15-18's - online every Tuesday from 7pm to 8.30pm
- Free 1-2-1 online mentoring. You can refer yourself or another young person
If you want to get involved with any of the above you can email email@example.com or call 07720 461158.
Vision provide many activities and services for young people. They have a Sports Club Directory and a number of regular activities which include musical theatre and youth fitness sessions. Details of these can be found on the Vision website.