- 3rd July 2018 0They say imitation is a form of flattery, but not in this case. It has been brought to our attention that fake social media accounts have been set up pretending to be Warrington Youth Club.... Read more »Posted in: Youth Club
- 26th June 2018 0.. for Warrington Youth Club and our sister Onside Youth Zone in Wigan. Gareth Boyd is a long time supporter of WYC and we are delighted that he chose our charities to benefit from his... Read more »
- 22nd June 2018 0The next Buddy Up Film Night is Friday 29th June 2018 at Penketh High School Our big feature is Captain Underpants starting at 6.30pm, but arrive for the quiz at 6.15pm Parents, carers and siblings... Read more »Posted in: Buddy Up
Our Journey to
Warrington Youth Club believes in ‘Inspiring young people to achieve’.
In 1930 a group of parents were concerned that their sons were getting into trouble after school, and set up a small club for their sons and friends to keep them entertained following the school day. This group developed into Warrington Boys Club and in 1935 the group was formally established as part of the Boys Club network. We have a copy of the first annual report of the organisation in 1935.