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The Lighthouse Project
This is a closed group for young people 11 to 24 years with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC). The sessions take place on alternate weeks for the age groups below:
- Juniors - 11 to 15yrs
- Seniors - 16 to 24 yrs
Young people who attend have a set structure for the evening. Each session includes a planned educational workshop or activity as well as the freedom to enjoy time with friends and accessing the many facilities available at Ham Youth Centre. You can view the latest timetable below.
Membership is by referral only - there is no open access. Referral can be made by professionals or parents. To discuss whether this club might be suitable for a particular young person or to arrange a visit please contact Greg Cheetham, Lead Youth Worker.
Ham Youth Centre Football Team
We are currently using a football pitch at Grey Court School for weekly training sessions with coach Chris Dufeal. The team have competed in two five a side tournaments so far, These were organised by London Youth and comprised of youth clubs from around the capital. There performance is dramatically improving every time!
Girls a Loud - Young Women's Group
The girls group at Ham is going strong with around 15 young women from a variety of backgrounds attending weekly and participating in a range of activities and discussions.
the activity or sport of moving rapidly through an area, typically in an urban environment, negotiating obstacles by running, jumping, and climbing.
We have along established parkour session with coach Jason. Come and learn all the moves and techniques of free running.
Ham in Session
Free tuition for young people in guitar, drumming, studio recording and music production in our fully equipped music studio with tutor and mean jazz guitarist Zad Adda.