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Our Facilities

Caxton Youth Club

The Basement Clubrooms is a safe space in the inner city, where they can come to make and meet their friends. We prioritise the inclusion of young people with physical and/ or learning disabilities who live in Westminster.

The Club is open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, with different age groups attending on different evenings to ensure age-appropriate activities.

Through participation in a wide range of activities, topic and issue-based groups, members learn to make informed choices and decisions. The club aims to offer a fun atmosphere, and the chance to learn new skills.

Midge Island

Caxton Youth Organisation provides its members with residential provision at its outdoor base, Midge Island, from Easter to November each year.
These can be 2, 3, 5, or 8 day breaks.

Minibus

Caxton owns its own Minibus, and provides transport to and from the Youth Club for those young people who require it.

Our hard work is only made possible thanks to your continuing support

Without the fundraising efforts and generous donations from people like you, we wouldn’t be able to help transform the lives that we do. All of the money that we raise goes directly to supporting young people with disabilities in Westminster, who would otherwise struggle to get the right support on their way towards an independent life. Your donations go towards the activities and development programmes that make a real difference to people every single day, and we are truly thankful for all the help that you can give.

Our Programmes

Communication

Help to develop ICT skills, Online Safety and Interpersonal Skills

Opportunities

Art and Music Projects, Sports, and Volunteering Opportunities for our members

Health & Personal Care

Advice and guidance for Sexual Health, Personal Hygiene, Coping with Stress

Independence

Support for Managing Money, Staying Safe, Travel Training and Personal Skills

Keep up to date with our latest news!

We’re always getting up to something exciting at Caxton, that’s why we have our very own blog to bring you the latest news.

From fundraising to fun days out, read on to find out more about what we do.

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4 days ago
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Happy Friday everyone - see these positive messages from members 🌞

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Are you over 16, looking for work experience and have a learning disability? Click on this link for details of work experience with tfl...https://twitter.com/TfLAccess/status/906124979535839232

“Are you 16 or over, have a learning disability & want work experience? Email/call stepsintowork@tfl.gov.uk 0203 054 2718 to find out more”

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Finally our rainbow carrots and purple potatoes were ready! A team of the boys cooked up a tasty sausage and mash for all...

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Celebrating British Sign Language and Braidwood's Academy

Celebrate British Sign Language and learn the alphabet...

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It's back-to-school week and today we're celebrating Britain's first school for the deaf - Braidwood's Academy. Join three Googlers from our UK office in lea...

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2 weeks ago

CAXTON RE-OPENS THIS COMING MONDAY!

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Meet the Team

Our hardworking and dedicated team of youth workers, workshop tutors and volunteers are what make Caxton great!

All about Caxton

Caxton’s history goes back to 1948, and since then we’ve come a long way.

Find out more about our past, what we’re doing now, and the bright future that we have ahead of us!

How to Find Us

Caxton Youth Organisation

Tintern House, Alderney Street, London, SW1V 4JF