Youth Services is at the heart of what Queen’s Crescent Community Association does. In an area where crime is high - and largely those at risk and victims are young people – a vibrant programme of youth activities benefits everyone.
QCCA’s approach is simple. Engage young people. Provide them with activities that are fun. Support them so that they develop the skills and confidence to find another way.
QCCA’s experienced and motivational youth workers supported 552 young people last year (2018/19) through daily youth clubs and summer programmes. It proudly ran 25 different sessions, activities and workshops, including sports, fitness, sexual health, team-building and conflict resolution.
It even has its own massive sports hall, The Dome on Weedington Road. The size of six badminton courts, it’s one of the unique indoor multi-sports facilities in Camden.
All 8-19-year olds and up to 21 year old with disability are welcome.
If you have any further questions please contact: or call on 020 7267 6635.
GOAL (Gospel Oak Action Link), funds a large proportion of the Youth Services. It was established in 1998 to provide services for disadvantaged young people in the London Borough of Camden. They aim to provide high quality opportunities for young people for informal learning and fun. GOAL also deliver programmes which support vulnerable young people including those who are not in education, employment or training (NEET). GOAL help all young people to make positive choices in their lives and to reach their full potential.