Youth Club

Who are we?

Occold Youth Club is run by the volunteer Youth Team from Grove Evangelical Church and has been active in Occold since 1998.  Currently this includes Andrew & Dawn Crisp, Robert & Paula Powell and Greg Noller. 
Youth Club is open on alternate Friday evenings all year round (except during the summer holiday break) in Occold Village Hall and is open to all young people and their friends aged 9 and upwards.   
Session times are:
7.30pm – 9.00pm for those aged 9 – 11 and
7.30pm – 10pm for everyone aged 12 and upwards
Each session usually includes informal games around the pool table, table tennis, table top football, tuck shop and games consoles with other activities from time to time.  In the summer, more activities take place outside on the playing field – burning off some steam!
Child Protection Policy
Grove Evangelical Church is a registered member of SAFEchild and undertakes an annual Child Protection Risk Assessment.  All members of the regular youth team have up-to-date CRB checks.
First Aiders
The Youth Team also includes two with emergency first aid training
Parental Support
The Youth Team kindly ask that all parents or guardians complete and sign the following forms (both available to download on this site) so that we are aware of any special requirements and can contact you if necessary.
Parental Consent Form
Photo Permissions Form
Code of Conduct
All young people attending Occold Youth Club are expected to abide by our Code of Conduct (displayed on the village hall main notice board) and on the reverse of their Membership Card.Who are we?Occold Youth Club is run by the volunteer Youth Team from Grove Evangelical Church and has been active in Occold since 1998.  Currently this includes Andrew & Dawn Crisp, Robert & Paula Powell and Greg Noller. 

Occold Youth Club is run by the volunteer Youth Team from Jubilee Baptist Church and has been active in Occold since 1998.  Currently this includes Andrew & Dawn Crisp, Robert & Paula Powell, Greg Noller, James Crisp and Andrew Mills. 

Youth Club is open on alternate Friday evenings all year round (except during the summer holiday break) in Occold Village Hall and is open to all young people and their friends aged 9 and upwards.   

Session times are:

  • 7.30pm – 9.00pm for those aged 9 – 11 and
  • 7.30pm – 10pm for everyone aged 12 and upwards

Each session usually includes informal games around the pool table, table tennis, table top football, tuck shop and games consoles with other activities from time to time.  In the summer, more activities take place outside on the playing field – burning off some steam!

Child Protection Policy

Jubilee Baptist Church is a registered member of SAFEcic and undertakes an annual Child Protection Risk Assessment.  All members of the regular youth team have up-to-date DBS (formerly CRB) checks.

First Aiders

The Youth Team also includes two with emergency first aid training

Parental Support

The Youth Team kindly ask that all parents or guardians complete and sign the following forms so that we are aware of any special requirements and can contact you if necessary.

All young people attending Occold Youth Club are expected to abide by our Code of Conduct - displayed on the village hall main notice board.

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