PWC Employees Gives Ham Youth Centre A New Lease Of Life
On Friday 18 May employees from PWC attended Ham Youth Centre and completed vital maintenance and decorating work in the Youth Centre and its grounds.  This was made possible through [...]
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TAG Becomes Latest Charity to Register With The Fundraising Regulator
TAG Youth Club for Disabled Young People has become the latest registered charity to register with the Fundraising Regulator. The Fundraising Regulator is the independent regulator of charitable fundraising.  The [...]
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Wates Foundation Provides Support
The Water Foundation has awarded TAG Youth Club for Disabled Young People £15,000 to help fund its Friday night activities over the next 3 years (£5,000 per year). The Wates [...]
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TAG Radio – broadcasting louder & clearer
TAG Radio boost as TAG is awarded a small grant from the Jack Petchey Foundation to buy a new sound system for the radio project.  TAG Radio launched late last [...]
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SET SAIL ON THE TAG FAMILY BOAT PARTY Our annual family boat party will be cruising along the River Thames in Central London on Sunday 22 July.  The afternoon will [...]
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TAG Transition & Local Offer Fair
TAG Transition & Local Offer Fair Saturday 9 June 1-4pm Ham Youth Centre If you are or you care for a young person aged up to 25 with a disability [...]
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There is less than a months until the start of the annual Twickenham Festival.   We are please to have been adopted as the charity for the  Festival Raffle this year. You’ll meet many [...]
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TAG Juniors celebrate their 1st birthday in style Our Junior Club launched on Friday 5 May 2017 at Ham Youth Centre with 5 children attending, last night for our 1st birthday [...]
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Ambition Quality Gold for TAG
TAG continues its ongoing commitment to high quality youth services and has achieved the Ambition Quality Gold Mark. Ambition Quality is a nationally recognised assurance scheme specifically designed for organisations [...]
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4 days ago

TAG Youth Club

Our theme tonight was How's That and involved playing cricket and making an evening tea. We made our own sandwiches and placed then on stands with scones and cakes and sat outside on the green to eat them.

We received £15 in donations, raised £51 on the raffle and £72.42 on the cake sale.

40 young people attended and 35 took part in the end of session evaluation with 34 green and 1 yellow token deposited.
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Very well done keep up the good work love Joyce xx

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