Legacy Youth Zone is now 50 days away from opening its doors to young people from across the borough. With the official opening carnival party taking place on Saturday 7th September, young people will soon have access to over 20 activities every night, inside Croydon’s new £6.5million Youth Zone.
Located on Whitehorse Road, the state-of-the-art facility will provide thousands of young people aged 8 to 19 and up to 25 for those with additional needs somewhere to go, something to do and someone to talk to.
For an annual membership fee of £5 then just 50p per visit, members will have access to an indoor climbing wall, music room with recording studio, 3G kick pitch, boxing gym, sports hall, training kitchen, fully equipped gym, dance and drama studio, enterprise suite and much more.
From September 7th onwards, Legacy Youth Zone will be open for young people 7 days a week whenever schools are closed, including evenings and weekends, offering registered members over 20 activities every night.
Membership is now open to young people aged 8-19, and up to 25 for those with additional needs.
Young people who sign up today can enjoy FREE entry to exclusive events in the lead up to the official opening.
“Growing up and going to school in Croydon I know first-hand the incredible difference Legacy Youth Zone will make. It will provide young people with a home away from home, where caring youth workers will provide young people with great activities and someone to talk to.
We are now 50 days away from opening our doors to young people from across the borough, the youth work team are working on hard on creating an exciting and fun programme for young people to enjoy – our aim is providing the very best for Croydon’s young people”. – Jerome Hughes, Head of Youth Work
Legacy Youth Zone is being delivered in partnership with OnSide Youth Zones, Croydon Council, and several local businesses and philanthropists who wish to see Croydon flourish. In total £6.5million was raised for the construction of the building, including £3.25million from Croydon Council.
To find out more visit or to become a member visit: www.legacyyouthzone.org