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Thame Youth Cafe

Thame Youth Café exists for the young people of Thame and the surrounding villages. Set-up a few years ago after seeing a need to provide a hub where young people can gather safely, enjoy a variety of activities, get some refreshments and also support and…

Thame Youth Café exists for the young people of Thame and the surrounding villages. Set-up a few years ago after seeing a need to provide a hub where young people can gather safely, enjoy a variety of activities, get some refreshments and also support and interaction with them.

Thame Youth Café is primarily run and supported by volunteers. These individuals, from all walks of life, give up their time to hang out with the young people, feed them, play games with them, entertain them and create a safe, welcoming, non-judgmental environment. Oversight is provided by a committee under the umbrella charity – Thame Youth Projects Group.

Thame Youth Café is also a member of Oxfordshire Youth – a charity that supports youth groups around Oxfordshire, provides resources, training & activities. You can find out more about them here.

We run two youth cafés: one for 11-14s and one for 14-16s. Both cafés are managed by Nick Francis, youth pastor at Barley Hill Church.

Who to contact

Telephone
07538 675156
Website
https://thameyouthcafe.org.uk/

Where to go

Name
Christchurch Methodist Church
Address
High Street
Thame
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX9 2DN

Time / Date Details

Time of day
Afternoon
Session Information
11-14 Year Olds - Every Wednesday of Term time 15:00 until 17:00. School years 7-9.
14-16 Year Olds - Every Tuesday of Term Time 15:00 until 17:00. School years 10-11.

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
11-14
14-16

Additional Information

Providing services to
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
Young people

Record managed by Activities Oxfordshire

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