Fun Club Hub
An award-winning youth provision
with a difference.
We are an award-winning Youth Provision with a team of experienced and qualified DBS checked youth workers who work with 10 to 16-year-olds in Lichfield and Burntwood.
Our primary focus is to provide young people with enjoyable opportunities and challenging experiences together with support and information to enable them to achieve their full potential in their transition into adulthood.
We are a constituted group set up Fun Club Hub in Jan 2015 with the help from SCVYS. We started with one youth club and have gone from strength to strength. We now run 6 provisions across the district.
We are funded by the Police Crime Commissioner, Lichfield District Council and Burntwood Council.
As youth workers, we are able to meet young people in a safe environment to offer friendly and supportive advice and information on a range of topics to encourage safe and informed choices.
We can help young people to access more specialist support. We operate the C- Card (contraception) schemes and have links with other specialist services if you need help.
We encourage participation for young people to be part of our future planning and promote the voice of young people through our Youth Forum.
What We Do
We create and plan youth work opportunities and activities with young people to provide positive, affordable activities that aren't delivered through clubs and schools.
We offer informal activities around the transition to secondary school, offering a variety of
issue-based subjects based on the group’s needs including:
The building of young people’s self-esteem and confidence
Create learning to develop new skills
Develop and widen young people’s horizons and social commitments to develop a sense of responsibility for their self and their community.
Monday Nights - £1
14 Cherry Close, Burntwood WS7 4RJ
Youth Club Juniors
Senior Club Seniors
Last Monday of every month
Wednesday Nights - £1
Cherry close, Burntwood
We offer a weekly group session for girls and young women aged 13-19 to have fun meet new friends and learn new skills.
The programme is designed with the members informed by the issues that girls and young women face today our activities are tailored to the age of the participants and designed to develop their confidence, self-esteem and resilience and above all be fun.
Thursday Nights - £1
Dam St, Lichfield WS13 6AE
Youth Club Juniors
Senior Club Seniors
Last Thursday of every month
Since 2015 we have worked with Staffordshire Commissioner who has provided funding for the Space programme.
The Space Programme offers free, positive diversionary activities for young people during the summer holidays. Its aims to reduce levels of anti-social behaviour, promoting personal health, social development, and team building.
The Youth Forum is a group of 10 young people who have been elected by Fun Club Members across Lichfield and Burntwood.
They represent young people’s views to people who make key decisions about young people in the district. They are working very hard to find out the views of young people in the local area to establish a clear picture of their issues aspirations and concerns by undertaking a consultation designed by young people.
Help with Duke of Edinburgh Awards
Help Organise Community Events
Motivations is a bespoke information learning programme designed for schools and young people who would benefit from additional support in order to assist pupils in raising their aspirations and achievements.
We work with schools and colleges to deliver informal education. The programme is run one morning per week, per term.
The sessions include:
Self-esteem and confidence building
Wellbeing and one-to-one advice
We use a range of delivery styles to meet your requirements in a school setting. Young people will gain confidence, self-esteem, and motivation to become a positive role model in their community.
We offer follow-up drop-in sessions, volunteering opportunities and access for you people to attend our youth provisions.
Duke of Edinburgh
We offer a placement for The Duke of Edinburgh Award for any young person who would like to join our team.
There are opportunities for young people to volunteer in our club session on a weekly basis we offer in-house training for all our young people on how to become a young leader, child protection, the role of a young leader and run a residential at the beginning of the year to cover these issues.