If you came along to Surbiton Festival last weekend, you couldn’t fail to miss our mascot Luna Boo in the procession along with our YMCA staff who were dressed as The Village People.
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YMCA Surbiton resident Daiva is an art teacher and taught in Lithuania before she came to the UK, so it’s no surprise that she is putting her skills to good use and encouraging other residents to express themselves through art at a group she has set up on a Tuesday evening at the hostel.
15% discount in our cafes As a part of the centralisation, all Health & Wellbeing members will also receive a 15% discount in our cafés. To receive this discount, please present your membership card at the till, as this will make it quicker and easier for you when claiming your discount. If you do not have…
Free on a Friday lunchtime and looking to make new friends? Our friendly community lunch group might be just what you’re looking for.
About this time one year ago, Paul Squires died. By cutting the main artery on his right wrist, he intended to end his life in the park where he had been sleeping rough for almost seven months.
“Today wasn’t the best day, it was the best-best day! I liked all the games we played this week. Being out here is much better than playing on my PlayStation 4”.
Bouncy castle, ballet dancing, Zumba, karate demonstrations and arts and crafts activities for the children… Take part in all of this and much more at the Family Fun Day at YMCA Hawker, Saturday 19 September between 10am and 2pm.
YMCA St Paul’s Group is looking for an engaging and dynamic leader to fill the role as Chair of Board of Directors.
YMCA, the world’s oldest and largest youth charity, has today opened its first Y:Cube development; an off-site manufactured housing project for single people in housing need, designed by renowned architecture practice Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
“Living in the Y:Cube will change my life completely,” says Wendy, one of the first of the 36 tenants to move in to the Y:Cube development on George Williams Court in Mitcham this autumn.