About Heatham House
Heatham House is a fantastically resourced and staffed youth centre in the heart of Twickenham with a packed weekly programme of universal sessions for young people in primary school year 5 up to the age of 19 years old. Session activities include football, basketball, art, cooking, music production, pool, table-tennis, table-football, band rehearsals, instrument tuition available, skate park, Tae Kwon Do and much more.
Included in our offer is a weekly youth club for young people who identify as LGBTQ+ on a Friday evening offering 1:1 support as well as activities. The Youth Participation Team are also based here, they are responsible for the Youth Councils and Youth Parliament across Richmond and Kingston boroughs as well as housing the Children in Care Council and LAC Youth Club.
Our usual schedule offers a large amount of activities for young people to engage with and enjoy. This includes a number of sports, music and age specific drop in clubs as well as specialised support sessions.
Our sports offer now includes the ability for young people to use our brand new Skate Park as well as the 3G Football Pitch or Basketball Court.
Heatham House has always supported the local music scene and we continue to work hard in this area providing daily access to our Music Recording Facilities and Rehearsal Rooms operated by our dedicated music engineer. This leads on to our specialised music events such as band nights and roller disco's amongst many others.
The Heatham House Recording Studios
Free for 11 to 19 year olds
- Four recording studios running Logic Pro X on Mac
- Three studio engineers
- Two rehearsal rooms
- One podcast suite
All genres of music are catered for with specialist sessions in urban, electronic, and band-focused music.
Book a session now by contacting us on:
Phone: 020 8288 0950
Email: email@example.com (urban music)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (electronic and band music)
We also provide specialist support across areas of risk such as mental health, sexual health, substance misuse and many others. Support of this nature is provided on request and we always treat issues of this type with the care and sensitivity they require in line with Achieving for Children Safeguarding policy. The Youth Participation Team are also based here and are responsible for the Youth Councils and Youth Parliament across Richmond and Kingston boroughs.
Heatham House Lead Youth Worker
Achieving for Children
Phone: 020 8288 0950
If you want to hire spaces or music facilities please contact Dempsie Earles at email@example.com
Or call 020 8288 0950
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