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Other HCYC projects

At HCYC, we help vulnerable and isolated children and young people across the Harborough District in South Leicestershire, in the context of their families and communities.

We do this by providing play and youth work activity sessions, clubs, and projects in villages and towns across this large rural area, using ‘The Chill Out Bus’ mobile project vehicle or community venues.

Chill Out Project

HCYC has four projects currently running in local community venues.

Sessions can include arts and crafts, sports, cooking and games, as well as providing an opportunity for support with emotional wellbeing difficulties from the trained and experienced staff.

Free to attend and just turn up if you want to try a club out.
Read more on this project and the youth clubs.

South Kilworth SKY Club

Day: Wednesdays (term-time only)

Time: 6.45 to 8.45pm

Age Range: 8 to 16

Venue: South Kilworth Village Hall

Fleckney Youth Club*

Day: Wednesdays (term-time only)

Time: 7.00 to 8.30pm

Age Range: 11 to 16

Venue: Fleckney Baptist Church Hall

Great Easton Youth Club

Day: Mondays (term-time only)

Time: 5.45 to 7.15pm

Age Range: 11 to 16

Venue: Great Easton Village Hall

Kibworth Youth Club

Day: Tuesdays (term-time only)

Time: 6.00 to 7.30pm

Age Range: 11 to 16

Venue: The Well, Kibworth

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Young people from the Travelling Forward Project conducting an experiment

Travelling Forward Project

We deliver regular play and youth work activity sessions for children and young people from gypsy and traveller communities in and around the Harborough District.

We deliver after school sessions to children from 5 years to around 16 years who live on permanent, private sites in the district using our mobile project vehicle, ‘The Chill Out Bus’ as an on-site venue.

Travelling Forward Project

Read more on what we do within the gypsy and traveller communities.

Inspiration from high achievers

Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people who have made an impact on the world.

Mentoring Project

Mentoring can help you with support through a difficult period of uncertainty and change. It can build your confidence and help you move forwards.

Young Carers Group

HCYC Young Carers Group offers young carers the chance to have fun, try new activities, learn something new and meet other young people in similar situations.