Youth Groups

Girl Guides
Jo Osbourne Guide Guider writes:

Kirkheaton Guides has 24 guides, 2 young leaders and 4 adult leaders.
We do the following things – camping, cooking, arts and crafts, street dance, international evenings including music and food from around the world, canoeing, archery, high ropes, sugar craft and chocolate work.

Kirkheaton Guides is very successful in helping guides achieve the highest award for the guide section of the Baden Powell Challenge – 10 challenges from 5 zones and a residential adventure. We also undertake to train young leaders to a point of recognised qualification.
We also provide some community service and have provided emergency food aid for local people via the Welcome Centre, Lord Street and bag packed at Sainsbury’s.
We have a waiting list in operation. Parents/guardians can place their child’s name on the list via the website www.girlguiding.org.uk

 Guides – Monday at the United Church, New Road 7:15 – 8:45 pm during term time

Cubs/Beavers

 

Brownies/Rainbows
Brownies meet  Monday at the United Church, New Road 6:15 – 7:30 pm during term time. Parents/guardians can place their child’s name on the list via the website www.girlguiding.org.uk

 

 

 


Youth Clubs

There is also a number of clubs for children organised by the two churches in the village.

  1. See the Parish Church website for details of Krash Kids [ 7 – 11 years] and Regen  [11 – 14 years] on Friday evenings at 7:45pm in the Parish Church

2. Pilots is a non-uniformed group for boys and girls age 7-11 who meet at the United Church on Mondays at 6.30pm until 8pm during term time. Adtivities include craft, sport and fund raising. All are welcome.

Contacts : Julie Wolfenden 01484 310020

 Sports Groups

Kirkheaton Youth Football Club

– runs teams for the Under 7s,8s, 9s and 10s

See Kirkheaton Youth Football club