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Hull's youth centres host performing arts sessions among a range of activities. Picture: Ahmad Odeh

Try these fun activities at Hull youth centres

Youth centres in Hull host regular things to do and places to go for those aged 10 to 24.

Fun, educational and challenging activities take place every week across the city.

Here is a list of activities taking place at Hull’s youth centres.

Mondays

Junior Open Access drop-in (Ages 10 to 13) at Astra Youth Centre 3.30pm to 5.30pm

Community Multi Sports (Ages 10 to 16) at Soccer Kings (pick up and drop off available) 4pm to 5pm

Junior Youth Club (Ages 10 to 13) at Route One Youth Centre 4pm to 5.30pm

Community Multi Sports (Ages 10 to 13) at Route One Youth Centre 4pm to 5.30pm

Youth in Nature (Ages 10 to 16) at Astra Youth Centre 5.30pm to 7pm

Young Men’s Project (Ages 10 to 16) at Route One Youth Centre 6pm to 7.30pm

Open Arts (Ages 11 and above) at Kingston Youth Centre 6pm to 8pm

Music and Media (Ages 13 and above) at Kingston Youth Centre 6pm to 8pm

Performance and Arts Session (Ages 11 to 16) at Ainthorpe Youth Centre 6pm to 8pm

Open Access Youth Club (Ages 10 to 16, includes school year 6) at Andrew Marvell Youth Centre 6pm to 8pm

Duke of Edinburgh Award Group (Ages 14 to 24) at Astra Youth Centre 6.30pm to 8.30pm

17 and above drop-in session (Ages 17 to 24) at Astra Youth Centre 7pm to 8.30pm

Tuesdays

Junior Creative (Ages 10 to 13) at Astra Youth Centre (pick up and drop off available) 3.30pm to 5.30pm

Get On Your Bike Project (Ages 10 to 24) at Astra Youth Centre (booking required) 4pm to 5.30pm

LGBTQ+ (Ages 13 and above) at Route One Youth Centre 4pm to 5.30pm

Young Women’s Project (Ages 10 to 16) at Route One Youth Centre 6pm to 7.30pm

Dance Project (Ages 10 to 19) with KW Dance at Route One Youth Centre 6pm to 7.30pm

Music 4 U (Ages 16 to 24) with St Mikes Youth Project at Route One Youth Centre. Booking required 6pm to 7.30pm

Senior Creative (Ages 13 to 19) at Astra Youth Centre. Pick up and drop off available 6pm to 8pm

Creative U chill-out Session (Ages 13 to 19) at Andrew Marvell Youth Centre 6pm to 8pm

Wednesdays

Young Men’s Group (Ages 11 to 16) at Ainthorpe Youth Centre 4pm to 5.30pm

Drop in (Ages 14 to 16) fun and activities at Ainthorpe Youth Centre 6pm to 8pm

Open Access Youth Club (Ages 13 to 16) at Andrew Marvell Youth Centre 6pm to 8pm

Senior Open Access drop-in (Ages 13 to 16) at Astra Youth Centre 7pm to 8.30pm

Thursdays

After-school Chill-out (Ages 10 to 11) (must be in school year 6) at Ainthorpe Youth Centre 3.30pm to 5pm

Young Women’s Group (Ages 13 to 18) at Kingston Youth Centre 4pm to 5.30pm

Senior Youth Club (Ages 13 to 17) at Route One Youth Centre 4pm to 6pm

Space4u session (Ages 16 to 24) at Andrew Marvell Youth Centre 6pm to 8pm

Drop-n (Ages 11 to 16) fun and activities at Ainthorpe Youth Centre 6pm to 8pm

DofE Expedition skills (Ages 13 to 24) at Kingston Youth Centre 6pm to 8.30pm

Football Session (Ages 13 to 17) at Kingston Youth Centre 6.30pm to 8pm

Fridays

Friday Mix It Up (Ages 10 to 16) at Soccer Sensations, Poorhouse Lane 5pm to 7pm

Open Access Youth Club (Ages 10 to 12) at Andrew Marvell Youth Centre 6pm to 8pm

Turn 2 us

Hull City Council’s youth development services run sessions in schools to support young people who may be feeling stressed, fed up, anxious or worried. The team will be visible during lunchtimes at the following schools.

Monday: Archbishop Sentamu, Boulevard, Hull College, Kingswood, Sirius West

Tuesday: Hull Trinity House, Malet Lambert, Newland

Wednesday: Kelvin Hall, Winifred Holtby

Thursday: St Mary’s

Friday: Sirius North, Marvell College

Call the centres to find prices and other details.

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