The Bradby Club for Young People, founded in 1919 as a boy’s club has developed and grown over 100 years into a small voluntary youth service provider to the young people of Rugby, Warwickshire. Bradby Club continues to strive and offer a safe and inspiring environment to build skills, have new experiences and access opportunities and support that enable young people to achieve to their full potential. The Centre is a place for young people to hang out with friends and meet new ones within Bradby’s open access youth sessions; It also gives them access to other services such as: Substance Misuse Service, Safer Relationships Service, Inclusion and Targeted Support Service, Rugby Boxing Academy, Community Gym Facility, Warwickshire Young carers, Residentials and trips. Year on Year Bradby battles to secure the funding to ensure Centre costs are covered, projects continue and professionals remain in post to offer recreational and educational opportunities and support. Bradby Club is more than just a Youth Centre, for many it is a lifeline, the only service and safe place that young people feel confident enough to engage with, the focus in their lives that has been and continues to be the difference they need to succeed. Please donate today and Help us to keep making a difference to the young people of Rugby. We can’t do this without you.