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WPGC Junior Golf Academy is the ideal way for children from 4 to 16 to learn to play golf and improve their game. The academy is a fun and safe environment providing play at holiday camps, individual tuition and ultimately, junior membership.
Wimbledon Park Watersports Centre offers activities for anybody over the age of 8 years. Activities on the water include improvised raft building, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing and other paddlesports. Land activities include archery, climbing, and orienteering.
We coach children to play a non-contact version of rugby called touch rugby. The session consists of regular drills/practice routines then a short game. We are very relaxed about the rules in order to allow a game to take place. The session is run alongside…
Wimbledon Village stables is a riding school and livery stables offering lessons and hacks for riders of all abilities. Children from 6 years upwards can take one hour lead rein lessons where a private instructor will lead the pony and guide the child through the…
Part of a great day out on Wimbledon Common, the Windmill has been a distinctive landmark since it was built in 1817 to serve the local community. The museum is administered by a charitable trust and run entirely by volunteers, which allows admission charges to…
Women's Aid is the national domestic violence charity that helps up to 250,000 women and children every year. If you require an urgent response or need in-depth emotional support, please contact the Freephone 24 hour helpline.
Woodcraft Folk is a unique progressive educational movement for children and young people both girls and boys - designed to develop self-confidence and activity in society, with the aim of building a world based on equality, peace, social justice and co-operation. The junior section caters for…
The YMCA Inclusive Lives Project is an exciting project across Kingston, Richmond and Merton that aims to: Increase supportive art, dance and exercise activities for all ability and mobility levels Provide support, education and employment opportunities for disabled people and those with a mental illness…
Works in many diverse areas: gym and group exercise, night shelter, hostel, social activities and "inclusive lives".
If you’re aged 16 to 23 years you can apply to become an inspector of the services we offer young people. Upon successful completion of the training, you become a paid young inspector. Training in youth work, facilitation, peer education and much more is available…