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St Johns Knutsford & Toft Church Youth Groups

Pathfinders – Years 6-8 After a hard week at school there is no better way to kick-off your weekend than by coming down to TGI. Anyone in years 6-8 is welcome for an hour and a half of fun and great teaching. Fridays in term time 5:30pm –  7:15pm. Eureka Years 9-13 Come along and…

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Cheshire Fire Cadets

Are you aged between 12 and 17 and want a new challenge? Fire cadet units provides an insight into working within a uniformed service, providing an exciting and unique opportunity to develop both personal and social skills by promoting self-discipline, team work and citizenship. Local Units – Congleton Fire Station Meet on a Wednesday night Cadet…

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2056 (Knutsford) Squadron – Air Cadets

Are you up for fun, adventure, incredible experiences and making new friends? Are you looking for something to give you the edge in life? Then welcome to the Air Cadet Organisation (ACO). Better known as the ‘Air Cadets’, we’re a UK-wide cadet force with more than 40,000 members aged between 12 (school year 8) and…

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Poynton Christian Fellowship Youth Groups

The Hub – During the school term we open up the Hockley Centre every Friday from 7pm. ​The Hub is for all those in school years 7-13 and we host a range of activities throughout the evening from sports to baking; games consoles to movies. From 9pm, we open the club exclusively for ages 15+ and use…

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St George’s Poynton Youth Groups

The Base: School Yrs 3,4,5 & 6 – Wednesday 6 – 7:15 pm The Mix: School Yrs 7,8 & 9- Wednesday 7:30 – 9pm 4Bs (Boys, bacon butties & bible) – Wednesday 4 – 5:15 pm Pulse: School yrs 10+ – Sunday 6:15 – 7:45 pm St George’s Church, Chester Road, Poynton, SK12 1EU T: 01625 879277

230 Congleton Squadron – Air Training Corps

Promote and encourage among young men and women a practical interest in aviation and the Royal Air Force.  Provide training which will be useful both in the Services and civilian life. To foster the spirit of adventure and develop qualities of leadership and good citizenship. Rope Walk, Congleton CW12 1HN  

236 Bollington Squadron Air Cadets

As a cadet you’ll have the opportunity to do things that others only dream about. Want real flight experience? No problem. How about heading out on adventurous training and camps, sometimes overseas? Normal for cadets. Plus competitive sports, drill, shooting, music, abseiling, engineering projects and more. Ages 12 – 17 The Slaughter House, Shrigley Road,…

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201 (Macclesfield) Squadron Air Training Corps

201 (Macclesfield) Air squadron is a part of a national youth organisation for those between the ages of 13-20 years old, its a great place for those with an interest in Aviation, Adventure and Fun. Somerton Close, off Somerton Road Weston Estate  Macclesfield  Cheshire  SK11 8SF T: 01625 612737  

Cre8 Macclesfield

Cre8 runs a wide range of activities and services for young people (usually aged between 8 right up to 25) and their families, from the Moss Rose Estate in Macclesfield. We currently run two youth clubs nights… Tuesdays for young people at secondary school aged between 11 and 16. Wednesdays nights at for young people…

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Sea Cadets – Bollington and Macclesfield

We aim to give young people an experience that will help them grow into the person they want to be in a safe and friendly environment. Through various activities and adventures, we learn teamwork, respect, loyalty, self-confidence, commitment, self-discipline, honesty and how to be the best version of ourselves. Junior Cadets – 10-12 years Sea Cadets…

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Wheelock Heath Baptist Church Young People

YP meets in our Church building every Friday evening during school term time from 7.45 to 9.45pm. It is a lively event for 11 to 18 year olds.  We run lots of active group games and quizzes followed by a chill-out time with drinks, tuck shop and table tennis. Hassall Rd, Winterley, Sandbach CW11 4RJ…

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Space4Autism, Macclesfield

We are a Voluntary Run Charity and we support the Whole Family by holding monthly parent support meetings/workshops and events, clubs for all ages and a whole lot more. Space Hoppers – for pre-school children and their parents Space for Kids – ages 4-8yrs Fun Friday – ages 8-11yrs Saturday Club – ages 11-14yrs Space…

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Kings Club, Cross Street Church Congleton

The king’s Club is a children’s club for ages 3 – 11 which meets on Saturdays, 10.15 – 12.00 a.m. during school term time. Variety of activities are on offer including  football, games consoles, air hockey, table football and small world and construction toys. Congleton Pentecostal Church, Cross Street, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 1HQ T: 01260 273635

Wilmslow Youth

Wilmslow Youth is a project led by Life Church and Wilmslow URC. We’re all about offering opportunities, support, and care to young people in Wilmslow. We’re here to shape positive youth culture and to help you be all that you can be. For young people aged 11-18. ROC café – Wilmslow’s Dedicated Youth Cafe –…

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Macclesfield Methodist Church – Circuit Youth

A chance to meet other young people, join in social events, chat about topical issues, explore matters of faith and to have fun. If you are aged 8+, live in or around the Macclesfield area, and are interested in meeting up with other young people get in touch. Westminster Rd, Macclesfield SK10 1BX T: 01625…

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Church of the Resurrection, Upton Priory Macclesfield – Youth Work

The Wednesday Night Youth Project is the place to spend time with friends, to get involved in activities, to have fun, to grow and develop new skills – and to contribute to your local community. Wednesday during term 11 to Year 8 from 6.15-7.30pm Years 9 to 13 from 7.15-8.30pm Every Second Sunday – Drop…

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Friends For Leisure Youth Group – Congleton and Macclesfield

Friends for Leisure arranges activities from one-to-one friendships through to group activities, such as drama and sports sessions, for disabled children & young people aged 5-21 who live in Cheshire East. We also help our children and young people access activities of their choice, with or without a volunteer friend. What: CYG Where: Trinity Church Hall, Waggs…

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Silklife Church Macclesfield, Kids Activities

On Sundays we have children’s work across a range of age groups. Crèche (aged 0–2 years for babies and younger toddlers) Lots of toys and fun activities for little ones. Bubbles (aged 2–4 years for kids up to and including pre-school) A fun morning with activities for older toddlers onwards with lots of playing with…

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Wellspring Methodist Church, Congleton – FAB club and MATCH Club

Fridays 6.30 pm – FAB Club for children school years 1-6 Fridays 8pm – MATCH Club for school year 7 upwards 100 Canal Rd, Congleton CW12 3AP T: 01260 297298  

Kids Club at St George’s Street Baptist Church, Macclesfield

Run by Chris and her team, Kid’s Club is a supervised youth club for primary school children, run every other Friday.  Each session is usually broken into four time slots.  On arrival and during registration, we play a variety of games, after which we have a drink and a snack. St George’s St, Macclesfield SK11…

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Utopia LGBTQ+ Youth Group – Macclesfield

Utopia is a youth group for young LGBT people aged 13-19 years. Utopia offers a safe, non-judgemental and caring environment that offers youth activities such as art and crafts, indoor games and dance. The club is a closed club so contact will need to be arranged in advance. Macclesfield Hub, 33 Great King Street Macclesfeild, SK11…

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Cross Street Church Congleton – Quest Youth Club

A youth club with a Christian ethos for ages 9 – 14. Friday 7.00 – 9.00 p.m. during term time. Air hockey, table football, games consoles, football, basketball, board games, craft. £1.00 Cross St, Congleton CW12 1HQ T: 01260 273635  

MaxLife At New Life Church Congleton

A group for young people in school years 10 and above Friday 8:00-9:30pm Explore great themes of life and discover what God has to say to us about them. Socialise, play music, games, sports, watch films, make things, cook, eat, join in, watch, chat Free. New Life Church Congleton in the main hall T: 01260 297961

Rock Solid At New Life Church Congleton

On  Friday nights during school term time Rock Solid is a youth group for young people in school years 7 to 9 7:00-8:30pm Friends – Games – Laughs – Thoughts – Chat room – Tuckshop – Trips A safe place to hang out, have fun and explore what Jesus has to say to people today. Free….

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Congleton United Reformed Church Youth Drop In

A drop in is held every Saturday from 7.30 for young people aged 11 to 18. We have a tuck shop, games, hot drinks, and a safe place to chat. Antrobus Street, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 1HE T: 01260 273901    

Quest Youth Club, Congleton

Quest is a youth club with a Christian ethos for ages 9 – 14. Activities include: Air hockey, table football, games consoles, football, basketball, board games, craft or just chilling in the tuck shop. For part of the evening everyone gets together for a Bible story, a talk about what the Bible teaches about an…

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iMacclesfield Youth Club

Based at the Fermain Youth Centre, we are a multi award winning youth provision and have a complete range of indoor & outdoor activities. We’re open to all 11 to 16 year olds every Monday and Thursday, 7pm to 9pm. To join is just £3 for the whole year and then a mere .50p per session and this includes all activities….

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Wilmslow Youth ROC Café – 5-18 years

The ROC Café is open every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in the  Undercroft at Wilmslow URC.  There are hot and cold drinks, snacks and tuck shop as well as games consoles, table tennis, bean bags, arts and crafts and free wifi.  It’s a great place to come and hang out with friends, or to come…

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Just Drop In, Macclesfield – 12-25 years

The Drop-In is open six days a week where volunteers offer young people a friendly and supportive environment, no appointment necessary; we also offer practical support such as internet, phone and printing usage. Volunteers provide emotional support, information and practical help for young people with any issues which they may need support with, this could…

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