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Project 2020

Youth Engagement

The Project 2020 ‘Off Road’ hub in Northumberland Park offers engagement activities for young people 3 evenings a week, and during the half term holiday. These activities include homework club on a Wednesday, music project on a Thursday and open access on Friday.

The Hub provides a safe space for young people aged 11yrs – 19yrs, to participate in structured activities and the team access opportunities for young people to go on educational and social trips to widen their knowledge and raise their aspiration this include Sponsorship to undertake the Duke of Edinburgh Award.

Youth Programme

  •  The Homework Club on Wednesday, 4pm – 6pm enables young people to access the support and help they need to complete their homework in an informal setting. This include access to computers and laptops and individual one to one support to aid them with their progression and identify any additional needs

  • The Off Road Hub benefits from having a music studio and recording booth and offers young people the opportunity to participate in a weekly music workshop that teaches them various aspects of production, recording and mixing music

  • The half term programmes delivered over the course of the year attracted an average of 30 – 40 young people a week, each took part in structured fun activities including, first aid, bike maintenance, health and well-being, team building challenges, cooking, arts and crafts, outdoor sports, quizzes and talent shows

  • Open access youth facilities include, pool, table tennis, table football, gamming, arts and crafts, board games and other fun and life skills activities.

Where to Find Us

Project 2020 youth space main address is situated at: 

Off Road Hub, Ground Floor Kenneth Robins House, Northumberland Grove, London N17 0QA

Telephone: 020 8489 8972



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Page Last Updated:

18 March 2019