The Boys Club or given its full name the national association of boys clubs was formed by royal charter in 1925 to help young people enjoy life, be involved and to achieve. In 2005 The Boys Club became known as CLUBS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE.
Clubs for young people have a network of 3,500 clubs and projects spread across the UK. providing places to go and things to do. There are 400,000 young people involved, enjoying and achieving.
The boys club has throughout its history provided opportunities for young people in the most disadvantaged areas of the UK. Clubs for young people as it is now called can be found right across the country.
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The potential of belonging to a club for young people is just that, to help young people to achieve their own personal potential whether in sport or life. Many of today's acheiver's or sporting heroes started through boys club.
Clubs for Young People has links with many of today's popular sports, and also most activities involving young people.
Level of Demand
The table below shows the maximum levels of demand that this activity requires. NOTE: These are not entry levels or levels of requirement and has nothing to do with ability.
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