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Dalgarno Youth Project

Qualified first-aider on site
Toilet suitable for wheelchair users
Suitable for children and young people with SEND
Baby changing facilities
Wheelchair accessibile venue
Outside Play Opportunities

Dalgarno Youth Club offers a wide range of activities for children and young people aged eight to 19 years after school and daily during school holidays as well as during half-terms. Activities include boxing, football, other sports clubs, healthy lifestyle activities, employment and work experience guidance, music workshops, arts and crafts and boxercise. Projects seek to promote confidence and self-esteem, personal development, community, and provide fun experiences.

More information can be found at:

The Dalgarno Trust, 1 Webb Close, Dalgarno Way, W10 5QB

Who to contact

Contact Name
Mackenzie Chapman,
Contact Position
Head of Operations and ProjectDevelopment
 020 8969 6300
Dalgarno youth programme

Where to go

Dalgarno Youth Club
Dalgarno Neighbourhood Trust, 1
Dalgarno Way
W10 5LE

Local Offer

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Who is this service available to?

This service is primarily aimed at 13-19 year olds and within that we offer a programme to Juniors 8-12, Transitions 13-16, Seniors 16-19, Employment support and peer mentoring 16-25 year olds.

The service is available to everone who lives in North Kensington, however the main catchment areas are: Dalgarno, Treverton and Balfour estates and surrounding areas

How do you access this service?

There are a range of ways to access the service as follows:

  • Drop-in

  • Word of mouth

  • Fliers

  • Posters

  • Social media

  • Some services have to be pre-booked due to demand

  • Outreach sessions

  • Referrals from statutory services

How do we ensure the quality of this service?

DT ensures that standards are maintained through a number of processes as follows:-

We are ISO 9001 accredited, our management systems ensure the continual improvement of our services

  • User involvement

  • Staff training and development

  • Effective monitoring and evaluation procedures such as session planning, debriefs, registers

  • Risk assessments

  • Forward planning and reviews

  • Surveys We are monitored through IYSS and other funding bodies.

Local Offer Age Bands
Secondary (11-16 years)
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Early Years (0-4 years)
Primary (4-10 years)
Needs Level
SEN Provision Type
Last Updated 20/01/2020

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