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Stevenage & District Riding For The Disabled

22 Stevenage RDA are based at Courtland Riding Stables
Old Chantry Lane
Todds Green

Years: Yr 12 -

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Stevenage RDA are based at Courtlands Riding Stables in Stevenage and give therapeutic riding lessons to young pupils from 3 special schools in the local area on Monday mornings and adults with physical and/or learning difficulties on Thursday mornings during term time. Horsecare is offered to attendees who cannot physically ride themselves but still benefit from an overall equestrian experience. We are run entirely by voluntary helpers and give over 970 individual riding lessons and over 50 horsecare sessions a year.


Knutz Out of School Club

54 Knutsford Primary Academy
Balmoral Road
WD24 7ER

Years: Reception - Yr 6

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Breakfast Club, After School Club and Holiday Club


The Meads

58 meads Millmead School
Port Vale
SG14 3AA

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The Meadows is a privately run pre-nursery for children aged 3-4 years, and is based at Mill Mead School. We are open daily during term-time from 9am to 3.30pm and also offer full wraparound care from 7.45am to 6.00pm. We are Ofsted registered and follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.
For more information, and how to apply, please visit our website:, or contact The Meadows directly by phone: 01992 582055, or email:
The Meads offers wrap-around care from 7.45am to 6pm year round (excluding bank holidays, and the week between Christmas and New Year). During term-time we are open to Mill Mead School pupils only. During school holidays we are open to all children aged 3-11 years in the area. We are Ofsted registered, and are able to offer flexible sessions and a range of activities for children of all ages.


Stevenage & North Herts Adventure Club

112 6 Honeysuckle Lane
North Holmwood

Years: Yr 10 - 19+

Voluntary group, providing outdoor Adventure activities to members in Hertfordshire.


Carers In Hertfordshire-Young Carers Project

117 The Red House
119 Fore Street
SG14 1AX

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Young Carers are anyone under the age of 18 who provides, or intends to provide care for another person, taking on a role that is more usually done by an adult. Our young carers service aims to support young carers in a number of ways.
1. Whole family support, we visit families at home or school and listen to the impact of caring on the young person, working with the whole family to ensure that young carers have the same opportunities as their peers.
2. A voice for young carers, we run a young carers council working with decision makers to ensure that young carers have a say in services that affect them and their family.
3.Activities for young carers, skiing, crafts, residential breaks all allow young carers the chance to meet others in a similar situation and build strong supportive bonds.
4. Training for schools and other professionals, if you want to know more about young carers and how you can support them get in touch.


Herts Inclusive Theatre

131 Holywell Community Centre,
Chaffinch Lane
WD18 9QD

Years: Yr 1 - 19+

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Herts Inclusive Theatre is an arts charity which aims to improve the well-being of people, particularly children and young people and those who are disadvantaged or disabled, by using the arts to build confidence and develop skills in an inclusive, fun, creative space.


Hertfordshire County Athletic Network - Dacorum & Tring

160 Jarman Park
Hemel Hempstead

Years: Yr 7 -

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Athletics club based at Jarman Park track in Hemel Hempstead. Providing full track and field, cross country and road running opportunities.


Hertfordshire County Athletic Network

169 The Hideaway
8 Hitchin Road
SG17 5JA

Years: 19+ -

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Hertfordshire County Athletic Network
The Development 'arm' of the Hertfordshire County Athletic Association working on behalf of all 6 Track and Field Clubs in Hertfordshire


North Herts Duke of Edinburgh's Award

198 43 Beane Avenue

Years: Yr 13 - 19+

Voluntary organisation providing DofE expeditions to students at North Herts schools.

Pirton Youth Club

207 Pirton Sports & Social Club
The Recreation Ground, Walnut Tree Road

Years: Yr 7 - Yr 11

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Pirton Youth Club is open (usually) on the first and third Thursday of the month during term time. Please contact us to check dates. It is a friendly village club for young people in Pirton and the surrounding areas. We offer sports, art activities, cooking, computer games and trips out. We also have a members' committee so young people can help plan activities. Members need to register - contact us for more info.

Stevenage and North Herts Athletic Club

276 Ridlins Athletic Stadium

Years: Yr 4 - 19+

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Stevenage and North Herts Athletic club is a fully inclusive club offering athletics coaching and competition for all aged 9 years - veteran in all events and for all abilities and disabilities. Induction for any young person aged under 18 years old is held on the first Thursday of every month at 6.30pm for I hour. The young person must be accompanied by a parent/guardian or responsible adult.


Herts Young Homeless Group - Hatfield

289 1st Floor
Gracemead House
Woods Avenue
AL10 8NJ

Years: Yr 7 - 19+

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hyh is a unique charity in Hertfordshire providing services to support vulnerable people.
Our focus is on preventing homelessness - from education in schools and family mediation
through to supporting 16-24 year olds in their first homes or caring for adults of all ages
who have mental health issues and housing needs.
Our FREE services empower young people to be able to deal with the difficult situations
in their lives, give them the ability and confidence to ‘do it themselves’ and ultimately find stability.


Hitchin Youth Trust

1807 111 Walsworth Road

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Hitchin Youth Trust is a registered charity whose aim is to support activities for young people up to the age of 26 who have lived within our area (detailed on the website) for at least 12 months. We recognise that one of the most formidable problems in establishing and maintaining clubs and associations for the benefit of young people is obtaining the finance. Through careful management of investments we are able to provide financial support each year to help individuals and youth organisations. We also provide space at our building in Walsworth Road for groups to meet, free of charge to qualifying clubs and associations.


Cats Shotokan Karate Club

1701 Great Ashby Community Centre
Whitehorse Lane

Years: Yr 2 -

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A traditional Shotokan karate club. Learn Self-Defense, build character, gain fitness, focus, self-confidence while making friends and having fun.