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The aim of The Brunswick Club for Young People is to provide a safe, friendly environment in which children and young people can develop their physical, creative, mental and social skills through leisure activities. Originally formed in 1949 - with donations made by British prisoners of war held in Brunswick, Germany - the strong traditions and values of the club have seen it thrive. It is now a purpose-built youth centre in the heart of Fulham, offering educational and leisure facilities to children and young people from low-income families. Providing services six days a week, with an active membership of over 750 and an average daily attendance of 82, the club enjoys a strong level of support and respect within the local community.
The project will bring together disadvantaged children from different ethnic backgrounds to enjoy a range of exciting activities, in which they will improve their confidence, develop social skills, build new and stronger friendships, gain a sense of belonging and have lots of fun. Parents and the wider community will gain from the children being positively engaged during the holidays.