Youth Club sessions

At Pie, our youth club sessions help young people in East Kent to influence their own lives positively.

In Thanet, 8-17-year-olds can take part in our free open-access sessions. Every session promotes emotional, social and physical wellbeing and development.

Young people can have fun, make friends, learn about themselves and develop skills, building confidence and future opportunities. Activities include cooking, arts and crafts, sport, games and music, all in an inclusive, welcoming environment.

We take a universal and targeted approach to our youth provision, and aim to engage and build positive relationships with families, the wider community and partners. Our team, made up of qualified team leaders, sessional youth workers, volunteers and young leaders, are trained to ensure young people’s safety and wellbeing in all of our sessions. Significant support in place for those facing financial barriers to participation.

We can help young people gain accredited qualifications too, including:

  • Arts Award
  • Basic First Aid
  • Food Hygiene

Thanet (Ramsgate Youth Centre / Pie HQ)

Junior Youth Club
Thursdays 5 – 7pm, 8-12 years

Senior Youth Club
Mondays (Live Room) & Tuesdays (Band Room) 7 – 9pm, 13-17 years

Open Arms
Fridays 5 – 7:30pm, 13-21 years
Our session for unaccompanied asylum seekers and refugees. We will cook and eat together, make art, play music and games. There is also space for those who just want to chill, feel safe and chat with friends.

Pavilion Youth Cafe, Broadstairs (CT10 3AE)
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 3-5pm for young people age 10-16
Sessions include: multi-sports, arts and crafts, indoor games, and accredited schemes including Arts Award and Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
On Wednesdays, there is an “all-age” session that runs where parents/carers can attend and supervise their children too.