There are opportunities to get involved in a wide range of activities in Brent. Sports clubs and leisure centres, specialist activity groups, sailing clubs, cycling clubs, open spaces, uniformed groups, performance and theatre groups all offer stimulating challenges.
Group activities are really enjoyable and can develop team working and leadership skills. Employers and universities are interested in skills and achievements away from the classroom.
Search for details of the many voluntary organisations supporting young people, such as Prince's Trust
One-off events and opportunities for young people are regularly promoted on Slenky's Brent hub: https://slenky.me/hub/brent
Community events take place daily at The Yellow: https://www.wembleypark.com/theyellow
Ansar Youth Project is one of several community youth clubs in Brent offering free activities.
There are many sports clubs and activity groups in Brent which are free or inexpensive to join.
Roundwood Youth Centre is Brent Council’s youth club in Harlesden
If you are interested in taking part in performances, these organisations may provide you with an entry point
Brent has over 100 parks and open spaces covering more than 1000 acres
Knowing how to get around safely is important
Brent's Local Offer is a website with information and advice for children and young people from 0 to 25 with special educational needs and disabilities and their families.
St John's Community Centre
1 Crawford Ave
The Yellow, 1 Humphry Repton Lane, Wembley