Red Brick Building Youth Club

Friday evenings, 7.15pm – 8.45pm
Term time only
Cost: 50p a week

Covid-19 Statement:
The Youth Club is currently operating within Covid-secure restrictions, with extra cleaning before and after sessions. Friendship bubbles are being created and, therefore, attendance will be by invitation only and on rotation. Any young people who show up without an invitation will unfortunately be turned away.

Since 2013, we have provided a popular weekly youth club on Friday evenings during term time. Membership costs just 50p per week.

Every week the club offers free-flow activities, such as air hockey, table tennis, board games, music and crafts. We also provide issue-based activities, which are delivered in a fun and engaging way. For example, we might talk about bullying using stop frame animation. Or, we may cover healthy eating by making some tasty nutritious food. All the activities are based on our members’ interests and needs.

Each member must sign to say they will follow the club rules and understand the consequences for not doing so (reviewed each year with members).

The club operates in partnership with the Red Brick Building and YMCA Brunel Group. It is run by three youth workers and supported by a number of dedicated volunteers. All staff and volunteers hold enhanced DBS checks and have received safeguarding training.

The club is partly funded by Glastonbury Town Council and YMCA Brunel Group.

On the last Friday in a new term, the club is closed for planning. Club reps are invited to join the youth workers and volunteers to let us know what they would like from their club.

On the last Friday in a half term, the club is closed for essential staff/volunteer training.

Several of our members also represent the club on the Glastonbury Youth Council. All members are encouraged to get involved in the wider community.

You can keep up to date with all the latest youth news by visiting the RBB Youth Facebook Page

You can also see our British Sign Language training session video here.

How to join
To become a member of our youth club, or to find out more information, please contact Katherine Clarke on

Consent form
Any young person wishing to attend the club must get their parent or guardian to complete an emergency contact form and consent form, available here: