Young Clapham

Young Clapham website

Lead Provider: Oasis Play


1. Oasis Play

Adventure Playground providing free, safe adventurous play, delivering outcomes for disabled, non disabled children and young people from the Clapham locality. Play and learn together from different cultures and backgrounds with access to onsite community events and offsite trips/residentials. These young people  will achieve improved social and emotional capabilities.

33 Priory Grove, Stockwell, London SW8 2PD



2. Clapham Park Project

Delivers a bike project contributing to 'improved emotional and social capabilities' of young people. Using tools and building a bike and experiencing ownership over the bike they get to keep once they have created them. They also work with 'cycle confident' to receive cycle training and experience the freedom of having a bike to travel around and socialise with,

1-4 Brixton Hill, London SW2 1HJ




3. Knights Youth Centre

KYC provide 1. Communication skills; Conflict Resolution;  Bushcraft skills; Canoeing; Outdoor living; Social enterprise. 2. Accredited training including Level 2 Youth and Community Studies; Foundation Diploma in Youth and Community  Studies; H&S First Aid at Work, Food Hygiene. 3. Work Placements, including volunteering opportunities.

27 Streatham Pl, London SW2 4QQ


4. The Connect

The Connect provide workshops that develop young people's social understanding and as a result improve social cohesion. 

33a Midmoor Rd, Balham, SW12 0EW




5. Sports City


(Outreach service)  








Anyone over 21 who shares the YLC's aims and values

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Anyone between the ages of 11 and 19, or under 25 for those who use services from Lambeth Council because of a disability.