The emerging rap and gospel artist Victizzle played a gig at the John Innes Youth Centre in South Wimbledon last Saturday 18th October, at an event celebrating Black History Month.
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YMCA St Paul’s Group is delighted to announce that we are shortlisted in this year’s Kingston Business Excellence Awards 2014, in the ‘Commitment to the Community’ category.
A proposal for the £4.6m refurbishment of the YMCA Surbiton hostel will be on display in the Conference Room in at YMCA Surbiton, 49 Victoria Road on Tuesday 14th October from 4.30pm till 8.30pm.
For anyone visiting the restaurant in YMCA Surbiton in recent years, the lovely Jean Freeman would be a familiar face.
Jake Walker was just a stone’s throw away from living out his boyhood dream of joining the Royal Air Force when overnight his world was turned upside down. On New Year’s Eve in 2010 he was attacked with a bottle. A victim of unmotivated violence, he lost the sight on his right eye.
As I come into the Gym Manager’s office at YMCA Wimbledon, Interim Fitness Manager David Bassett, who I have a 9.30 appointment with, is nowhere to be seen.
The sun was shining and the atmosphere was buzzing at last Sunday’s Family Fun Day at YMCA Hawker. Families and residents from all over the Borough made a visit the North Kingston based YMCA, where they enjoyed lots of fun activities for children and parents alike.
On Sunday 12th October, Richard James, CEO of YMCA St Paul’s Group, will be warming up excitedly somewhere in the start field alongside nearly 16,000 other runners at the Royal Parks Half Marathon in London.
Hidden away in the many hallways, corridors and rooms of the hostel in YMCA Surbiton, you can find the most unexpected things. One such hidden gem is Wayne, a resident – and a fully fledged artist.
This Summer, 27 young people aged 13 to 17 have been taught leadership skills, team work and the a-z’s of Children’s work as a part of YMCA LSW’s Junior Leadership Programme.