Youth Clubs and Groups

Girl Guides (Village College)
National Web Site
Rainbows age 4 to 7 years
  • Wednesday 4.45 to 5.45pm
  • 6 to 7pm
Brownies age 7 to 10 years
  • Tuesday 5.30 to 7pm
  • Wednesday 5.30 to 7pm
Guides age 10 to 15 years
  • Thursday 7.30 to 9pm
Burwell Action Group
(9 upwards)
Recreation Ground Pavillion
Monday 7.00pm. Girls Group 9 upwards, Phoenix Room, Friday 7.00pm.
Contact: Linda Rodgerson
01638610209
Burwell Action For Youth
See Facebook or Web Site for more latest information
Youth Club Open Every Wednesday (term time)
Juniors (5-7) 6.30 - 8.00pm.
Seniors (7+) 8.00 - 9.30pm.
The Phoenix Room, CB25 0DU Burwell, Cambridge
BAFY Logo BAFY Facebook Page BAFY Web Site
Dance Classes
Guildhall Age 2 to 12 years.
Thursdays 3.45 to 7pm. Jane Newbury, 117 High Street, Swaffham Bulbeck
01223 812154
Duke Of Edinburgh Award Scheme Main Web Site
Linda Homan (Bendall) Locality Youth Work Co-ordinator
01353 724115

07799 133471



Main Web Site
Junior Friends of Burwell Museum
1 yr or over Contact Joan Badcock
01638 742698
42 Group
The 42 Group in Burwell offers summer outdoor Education and youth exchanges. Contact Alan Johnson
01638613011
Army Cadets CAMBSACF (Click on image for enlarged flyer)
Aimed at young people between the ages of 12-18 3/4.
Every Thursday between 19.30 - 21.30 hrs at the cadet centre adjacent the sports centre and the library on the village college grounds, accessible from Buntings Path. Burwell Detachment. - ACF Centre Burwell Village College, The Causeway, Burwell CB25 0DX
County HQ at Waterbeach
01223 862949


"Being an Army Cadet means that you get to do lots of activities you wouldnt normally do. You won't be part of the Army, though you will get a uniform, free of charge, and will just have to get yourself some good boots. Activities are provided at very low cost or even free. If you've ever wanted to do the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, that's something we can help you with, and your cadet activities can even count towards proper qualifications like BTEC First Diplomas, which are equivalent to four GCSEs. But above all, being an Army Cadet is about having fun and making good friends."
CAMBSACF

Army Cadets Flyer
Duke of Edinburgh's Award
Good News Clubs
Baptist Schoolroom. for ages 7 to 11, Mondays 6 - 7:15pm Contact: Maureen Earl
01638 742237
Scouts / Cubs / Beavers
Help fund a new Scouts Hut with
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Scouts / Cubs / Beavers Web Site
Village News
Suspended Green
Waste Collections

13 Dec. - 28 Jan.
Local MP
Lucy Frazer
accused of
conflict of
interest
Oxford Archaeology News
Visitors welcomed to
Bronze Age Burwell Oxford archaeology
UK's biggest solar farm planned for east of England (Click on image for larger version)
Proposed Solar Farm
Latest Proposals
Millstone Park Housing Development
(350 new homes)
This Land Web Site
Planning Docs
Clunch Magazine
Online
BBC News - Cambridgeshire
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Cambridge mosque extension approved despite advice to refuse
Cambridge councillors go against their planning officer recommendation over the extension.
Covid-19: Matt Hancock neighbour denies NHS cronyism claim
Alex Bourne says the former health secretary had no involvement is his company winning NHS work.
Rapist paramedic Andrew Wheeler struck off
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Cambridge's Jesus Green Lido opens for winter swimming
An outdoor swimming pool is staying open during winter for the first time, despite the temperature.
Wisbech councillor's comic book shop closes over masks rule
The owner says he and his staff do not want to "police" customers when it comes to wearing a mask.
Covid booster: People denied jab due to volunteer shortage
A pharmacy says its clinic is short of volunteers to process people getting Covid vaccinations.
Omicron: Cambridge couple stranded in South Africa
The couple from Cambridge say it has been horrendous trying to get home due to the Omicron variant.
Rail freight boosted by HGV driver shortage and climate change
Those in the industry say more businesses are turning to the rail freight system to move goods.
Omicron cases confirmed in Cambridgeshire, Bucks and Herts
Cambridgeshire's director of public health says person had recently returned to the UK.

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