Email: [email protected]
Tel: 0117 9240560
The aim of Manor Farm Boys’ Club is to provide an environment of positive sport and recreational activities where boys can develop physically and emotionally into young men by learning skills which will equip them for adult life as useful and responsible members of society.
Manor Farm Boys' Club was founded in 1958. Over the past 60 years thousands of boys and young men have enjoyed sporting, recreational and adventurous activities such as football, dodgeball, table tennis, pool and archery.
Due to the current COVID19 guidelines and restrictions, the youth club operates at the following times.
Our Juniors age group (school years 3-6) enjoy a range of fun, structured activities on Tuesday evenings 6.30-8.00pm
Seniors (school years 7-11) attend on Wednesday evenings 7.00pm-8.30pm
Monthly membership is £10.00
The club is run by a dedicated group of volunteer youth workers and assistants. Current Leader in Charge, Rory, is a former club member and took over running the club at the start of 2020. Rory is a a qualified youth worker, outdoor pursuits instructor and sports coach.
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Boys' Clubs form one element within a range of organisations which exist to provide opportunities for young people. We are affiliated to a national organisation, Ambition (formerly Clubs forYoung People).
The local arm of this organisation is Young Bristol, supporting voluntary clubs across the City. Click here for more information.
As we do not receive any annual financial aid from the City Council, a number of fundraising events are held throughout the year. All members are expected to take part together with as much family support as possible. Our local community donates very generously during our annual Club Week collections in May.
Manor Farm is only effective because of the commitment of many dedicated people. Opportunities exist to further strengthen our excellent team of willing volunteers. We are always ready to talk with anyone interested in offering their services.