Youth Clubs and Organisations

There are lots of things going on in Glasgow East, in clubs and organisations with special sessions for young people.

Check out the Youth Access Project where you can use computers to access the internet, mix your own music and play games.


The Connie

The Connie opened in June 2009, based in Provanhall provides a valuable and much needed youth, elderly and adult community facility that operates a cafe, IT suite, conference room, office and meeting space.

 The Connie


The Explorers Group

For young people and young adults in the community aged 14 to 25yrs old, who have additional support needs.

This could be a physical disability, a learning disability, or a mental health issue.

 The Explorers Group


Fuse Youth Café

FUSEFUSE is open in the transformed premises of the old Sheiling Pub at Shettleston Rd. 

 FUSE


Innerzone

InnerzonePhone 0141 781 9918 or contact Ross at Innerzone.

 

rossferguson_nh@hotmail.com


FARE

FARE is a grassroots charity operating in Easterhouse, Glasgow.

It improves life for young people by offering activities that improve aspirations, enhance people’s standards of living, and tackle territorialism and related violence. We use youth clubs, sport and art activities, holidays and adult mentors to engage with children and young people. 

FARE on the Pathfinder

FARE website


PavillionPavillion mural graffiti painting

A youth project based in the Blairtummock area of Greater Easterhouse. Its main aim is to provide a safe alcohol and drug free environment for young people and children aged 8-17 years, where they can socialise and take part in activities.

The Pavillion is a drop in centre that also offers more structured activities. We aim to provide a wide variety including a wide range of sports, arts projects, music tuition, multi-media projects and educational work.

The Pavillion on the Pathfinder


Updated 14/9/09


The North East Learning Programme is a Glasgow East Learning Network service. The Learning Network is supported by Glasgow City Council Community Planning Partnership, Glasgow Kelvin College (Scottish Charity No. SC021207) and the Wheatley Group.

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