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TAG Parkour Youth

8.30PM to 9.30PM
Ham Youth Centre, Ham Close. View map

Parkour is a movement activity that promotes health and fitness while also teaching our children and young people to master their bodies and minds.

It develops self-efficacy, confidence, problem-solving skills and introduces a holistic, variable movement activity into their lives.

Our parkour classes run separately for different age groups and offer young people the opportunity to take part in a sporting activity which they would not normally do.

Classes include running, jumping, climbing, vaulting, rolling and make use of our specialist parkour equipment.

Event details

Basic Details

Age of Users
From 15 To 25

Organiser and Contact Details




There is a £5* charge per session.
*bursary scheme​

Our aim is to give everyone the same opportunities to Experience, Learn and Develop. For this reason,
TAG offers a bursary programme for children and young people to be able to access our fun and engaging
range of activities.

If you need assistance towards funding an activity or short break, please apply and we will do all that we can to help you. The money available in our bursary fluctuates month by month so sadly we are not able to say yes to every application, or always offer the full amounts requested, but we always try to do all we can.

Get in touch to learn more – or download the bursary application form from our website.

Event Repeats


This event repeats on the following dates:

Venue and Accessibility

Opening Times

Days and times of activity / opening
WednesdayFrom 20:30To 21:30


Accessible building
Accessible toilets
Please describe how accessible the toilet area is for example is it a 'Changing Places' accessible toilet, does it have changing facilities, hoists etc

Ham Youth Centre accessible toilets accommodates wheelchairs and rails are in place, unfortunately there is no ceiling tracking or changing beds.

Parking facilities
Dietary needs catered for
Staff have specialist training
Please enter any further details about your accessibility / specialist support

TAG is not in the position to provide 1:1 support, if additional support is needed then this must be organised by the young person, parent or carer and be provided by a third party (TAG is a parent free zone)

Inclusion and Accessibility

Taking part if you are a child or young person with additional needs or a disability

How can a child or young person with SEND take part in this activity

TAG meets every week and aims to empower and optimise the potential of young people who have a disability between the ages of 15 and 30. This is achieved through a range of fun and engaging activities, at both the youth centre and in the community.

Who to contact for more information about inclusion and accessibility

Giles Hobart
Email Address

Event reminders

You can send yourself a reminder email three days prior to events taking place. 'TAG Parkour Youth' is taking place on 10 August 2022.

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