Project Overview

General drop in evenings provide a safe and fun space for young people in Luton.  We offer a range of activities including; pool, gaming consoles, table tennis, cooking sessions, IT suite for use, film nights and art/craft activities.  All sessions are run by experienced youth workers and volunteers who support and participate in all activities with the young people.

We also offer additional activities during sessions where we have outside agencies join us for mini workshops raising awareness and harm reduction information including drug and alcohol workers; Coppafeel (breast cancer awareness for young people); white ribbon campaign (Domestic Abuse); wellbeing sessions and Hate Crime awareness to name a few.

  • Eligibility: young people aged 13-19 (up to 24 with additional needs).
  • Timetable:
  • Wednesday 5pm – 7pm
  • Saturday 1pm – 4pm


  • Key partners/Funders: Wednesday sessions are run along the Youth Partnership Service.

How Can I Join?

We welcome all young people from the ages of 13-19 year olds (up to 24 with a disability).


  • Raise aspirations of young people in the community.
  • To promote and ensure a safe space for young people providing informal activities promoting positive emotional and cognitive development.
  • To be inclusive off all ages, diversity and abilities 13-19 yrs (up to 24 with a additional needs.)
  • Promote self-esteem and self-worth.
  • Promote positive contribution to the community.



  • Lead workers: Nikki Bennett – Youth Worker & Joff Talbot – Youth Worker & Anna Butterworth – Youth Worker
  • Email:
  • Phone number: 01582 544990
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