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South Ruislip Young People's Centre

South Ruislip Young People's Centre (SRYPC) facilities were developed through consultation with young people and offer a fantastic environment with the latest in electronic media.

South Ruislip Young People's Centre

It's a centre, packed full of equipment, including a Mac studio and  software for vocal and music production.

We run sessions for 10 to 19 year olds (up to 25 with additional needs), a youth forum, project nights, and sessions specifically for young women, young carers and young people with autism.

We also have regular performance events.

Facilities

  • sports hall with basketball court
  • iMac-equipped multi-media studio
  • E-gaming station
  • large LCD TVs for DVDs, games and more
  • dance studio and performance stage
  • kitchen
  • 'space to chill'
  • disability access
  • part of the C-card scheme

Contact details

Opening times

  • Monday, 7pm to 9.30pm (Inters/Senior session) School years 7,8,9,10
  • Tuesday, 4pm to 6.30pm: Young Carers
  • Thursday, 7pm to 9.30pm: (HACS Partnership Project)

Transport

Bus: 114 

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